Enterprise Car Club Scheme in Cambridge
From 9 August 2019, Enterprise Car Club will become the offficial car club provider on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council and Cambridge City Council.
The club gives residents 24/7 pay-as-you-go access to 35 low-emission hybrid vehicles parked on streets, car parks and Enterprise Rent-A-Car branches across Cambridge City via a mobile app.
Members can not only access the vehicles available across the city, but also the wider 1,200 cars and vans located in towns and cities across the UK.
Many Enterprise Car Club vehicles are located at transport hubs or railway stations to make it easier to travel around the UK using public transport.
- Read our news release about the Enterprise Car Club Scheme in Cambridge.
How to sign up
Sign up by calling 0345 266 9290 or using the Enterprise Car Club website.
Individuals and businesses can sign up and be driving within a few hours, booking and accessing the vehicle with a smartphone app.
Enterprise Car Club membership is available to drivers aged 19+ and costs from £20 per year. Vehicles are available from £5.30 per hour including VAT and 21 pence per mile.
Discounted membership for Cambridge residents
Cambridge residents can join for £20, plus get £20 free driving credit, with promotional code CAMB20. This saves new members £60 in their first year.
Free membership for members of the previous car club
Those residents who used the previous car club provider can join for free, plus get £20 free driving credit, with promotional code CCAR20.
Please note that as your membership application is processed, you will be asked to share details of your previous membership.
Enterprise Car Club and sustainability
Encouraging residents and business to make use of shared transport provisions, such as car clubs, helps to reduce congestion and improve air quality in the city.
Enterprise Car Club is working with Cambridgeshire County Council and Cambridge City Council to support Cambridge transitioning to an Ultra-Low Emission City.
Vehicles being made available are mostly fuel-efficient hybrids and there is an ambition to migrate these to fully electric models as infrastructure is put in place.