Enterprise supplies quality vehicles at great rates in Australia’s capital cities and major airports. A good option for younger drivers and those still on P-plates, any additional surcharges or fees are typically less with Enterprise than most other suppliers we compare.
If you have a query, or need assistance booking an Enterprise vehicle, contact us.
Enterprise has a wide range of vehicles to choose from, including fuel-efficient cars, luxury SUVs, and passenger vans. Availability varies per location.
AMEX, Mastercard, Visa, and Diners Club credit cards are accepted for vehicle payments with Enterprise. You can also pay with a Visa or Mastercard debit card. Enterprise doesn’t currently accept cash payments.
In most cases, the rental location will require a security deposit of AUD $200 at the commencement of the rental. However, the deposit amount can reach up to AUD $1,000.00 so make sure to always check the rental terms.
Enterprise has a minimum age requirement of 21-years-old, although drivers aged between 21 and 24 may be required to pay a young driver surcharge. In addition, drivers under 25 will have some restrictions on vehicle selection.
Enterprise accepts any valid driver’s licence, including international and overseas licences, and provisional licences held for a minimum of 12 months. However, if your licence isn’t printed in English, you'll need to present an International Driving Permit (IDP) to fulfil Enterprise’s licence requirements.
Yes. Basic cover is included in the rental quote, but if the vehicle is stolen, damaged, or a third-party loss occurs while the vehicle is in your possession, you’ll have to pay up to the Rental Vehicle Excess amount listed in your rental agreement with Enterprise.
Yes. 24-hour roadside assistance is available for Enterprise vehicles. Mechanical faults (breakdowns) that occur during your rental period will be covered by Enterprise. For incidents such as lost keys, punctured tyres, or running out of fuel, Enterprise will charge call-out and admin fees to your nominated credit card.
Enterprise will receive notifications for any toll roads used during your rental period, then charge your nominated credit card accordingly. It can take up to a month for Enterprise to be notified of your outstanding tolls and for you to be charged.
No. There’s no need to wash the vehicle, but you should return it to Enterprise in a fair condition to avoid additional fees.
Yes. Enterprise vehicles come with a full tank of fuel, so unless you opt to pre-pay the refueling cost, make sure to fill up before drop-off. If the car is returned without a full tank, Enterprise will charge your nominated credit card to refuel at a higher rate per litre.
You can modify your booking with the VroomVroomVroom app or contact our customer care team to make changes prior to collecting the car. If your booking period has commenced, you’ll need to contact the Enterprise depot you collected from to request an extension or alteration to your rental agreement. If extending a rental, Enterprise will place an additional authorisation charge on your nominated credit card.
Yes. We include any available discounts on Enterprise vehicles to the rates displayed, keeping things simple and saving you time.