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Key facts for hiring a car in England
Car hire locations
There are over 300 car hire locations in England so wherever you need a car, there’s likely to be a pick up point nearby.
Best time to visit
England is beautiful during most months of the year. The seasons are very distinctive – so you can expect colourful autumns and crisp winters.
In England, unlike in other countries like Spain, it’s usually cheaper to rent a car in the city (or “downtown”) than at the airport.
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Book with ease – our booking process is quick, simple and transparent.
Pick the location – find the most suitable pickup location using our interactive maps.
Select your favourite – choose from a versatile range of vehicles, from small cars to SUVs.
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Flexible bookings – free cancellation and amendments as standard.
Hiring a car
Things you need to remember when picking up your hire car:
- Reservation details
- Which car hire provider you have booked with
- Credit card
- Driving licence
Things to be aware of when hiring a car in England:
Most hire cars are likely to be manual, as this is how most cars operate in England.
You must be at least 21 years of age to hire a car, and young driver fees may apply if you are under 25.
Turning at a red light is legal in some countries, but this is not allowed in England. Only if your lane has a designated arrow which is green, may you go when the straight on light is red.
A great British road trip
Bristol to Weymouth
The only airport on the island, on the eastern coast just outside of the capital.
Clifton Suspension Bridge
Known as one of the greatest bridges in the world, designed by Victorian engineer, Brunel.
The Roman Baths
One of the best preserved in the world, built in 70AD.
Perhaps the most well-known prehistoric monument on the planet.
New Forest National Park
Once a hunting ground for William the Conqueror, wild ponies live here.
Osmington White Horse
Large sculpture carved into a limestone hill close to Weymouth.
Places to visit in the North
National park which stretches over five counties and has 1.6 thousand miles of public footpaths.
Famed for the legend of Robin Hood and its Major Oak – the biggest oak in Britain.
One of the largest cathedrals in Northern Europe, with medieval stained glass.
Originally built for Benedictine monks, more recently it was a filming location for Harry Potter.
A historical site built for transporting coal and used as an air raid shelter during WWII.