Photographs of the items To avoid With a Rental From Enterprise
W hile I was out awaiting the start of an event, I had to look twice to see what went down to a truck whose driver apparently ignored a minimal clearance warning to have an overpass and did some significant damage to the top cargo area of a panel truck, as shown during these photographs of the items To avoid having a rental from Enterprise Rent-A-Car – or, in this instance, Enterprise Truck Rental.
Photographs of the items NOT to Do With a Rental From Enterprise
Without further ado, here's what the truck appeared as if following the incident – with no, I was neither the motive force nor the renter from the truck.
The damage isn't immediately apparent when viewing the passenger side from the truck…
…but when viewing the driver side of the truck, the shearing of the top of the truck is rather apparent and obvious.
A closer view of the majority of the harm shows the twisted metal and fibers from the composite material of the walls from the cargo area of the truck.
On each side from the front of the truck is really a sticker warning the truck requires at least 13 feet of clearance – now slightly less after a lot of the very best was sheared back; or actually a little more as the damaged materials technically rendered the truck taller.