I’m not sure if you read this article in yesterday’s Philadelphia Inquirer, but it’s very tragic. A pair of young women killed when their rental vehicle caught fire. It has spurred a small movement to ban companies like Enterprise Rent a Car from putting recalled vehicles back into service before they are repaired. If you, or anyone you love, has been injured while driving or riding in a car owned by the Enterprise, National or Alamo auto rental business, you may want to contact your lawyer. Read on. I wonder if you’ll be as angry as I was reading this.
Raechel Houck and her sister died in 2004 in a recalled Enterprise rental car that had not been repaired.
From Philadelphia Inquirer, Tues., Aug. 10, 2010