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Report: Rental car companies 'routinely' letting recalled vehicles on the streets [w/ video]

Recalled Chrysler PT Cruiser after the fatal crash – Click above to watch video after the jump

Enterprise Rent-A-Car starts "hybrid branches," bringing 100 hybrids to Denver airport

As many people know, when you're looking for a green car to rent, it isn't always easy to find a hybrid available. Enterprise Rent-A-Car seems serious about changing that and as part of an effort to create 80 "hybrid branches" nationwide, will be hosting 100 hybrids at their Denver International Airport location. If they don't encounter more difficulty actually getting the cars

The Big-O of used car sales: Enterprise teams up with Overstock.com

Although she might not be the spokewoman for Overstock.com any longer, Sabine Ehrenfeld is one minor celebrity we actively look for an excuse to mention. Second only to Nürburg-queen Sabine Schmitz, Overstock.com's Sabine Ehrenfeld is that super sexy, multi-talented spokesperson that reintroduced us to the Big-O a Christmas or two ago.

PSA: Top 10 rental car secrets

The folks over at SmartMoney.com have compiled a common-sense list of the "Top 10 Things Your Retntal Company Won't Tell You."  In point of fact, we'd reckon that most of the pointers are forehead-smackingly obvious, but that doesn't mean that it isn't worth a quick refresher, or a good opportunity to relay your own tips to fellow Autoblog readers in comments.

Enterprise sees increased rental demand despite higher gas prices

The New York Times interviewed Andrew C. Taylor, chairman and CEO of Enterprise Rent-a-Car, to see if he expects gas prices to affect his company's services. Taylor actually expects the opposite, predicting more Americans will be traveling on the road this summer than last year, with many demanding a rental vehicle. According to Taylor, customers focus on more convenient vehicles for their trip than gas prices, renting larger vehicles such as SUVs to carry extra luggage, etc.  Of c