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MEDIUM FAMILY CAR

MEDIUM FAMILY CAR

1-4 Days5 Days6 DaysWeekend7-27 Days
£36.00£33.00£29.00£72.00£26.00
per dayper dayper dayper w/endper day
28 Days + get more info on long term hire rates
  • Daily, Weekly & Weekend Vehicle Hire: All Prices Include VAT
  • Deposit: £250
  • Insurance Excess: £500
  • CDW (REDUCES EXCESS BY 50%): £10 per day
  • Mileage Allowance: 150 miles per day
  • Excess Mileage Charge: £0.08 plus vat per mile
  • Vehicle Collection / Return Times:
    Car Hire Periods Run In Blocks Of 24 Hours From The Time The Vehicle Is Booked (Within Opening Times)
    Weekend Hires Run From 17:00 Friday or 08:00 Saturday - 08:00 Monday
  • ***Please Note Rental Periods For Commercial Vehicles Differ - Please See Details Listed Under The Specific Vehicle You Wish To Hire***
  • Insurance / Licence Requirements:
    Drivers must be aged 25-70, driving for a period of at least 2 years and have no major endorsements.
    This vehicle requires Category B to drive.
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Rental Requirements:

  • Remember Your Driving License (Photocard Driving Licences & Old Style Paper Licences Both Require A DVLA Code As Below)
  • You Must Have Your Own Credit Or Debit Card For A Payment & Deposit
  • You Must Have Been Driving For At Least 2 Years.
  • Bring A Second Proof Of Address Dated In The Last 3 Months In Addition To The Licence e.g. A Utility Bill
  • Drivers Must Be Aged 25-70.
  • You Must Have No Major Convictions On The Driving License (If You Have More Than 6 Points Or Points For Any Non Minor Offenses, Please Call Your Local Branch To Check That We Can Cover You On Our Insurance - Points May Need To Be Referred To The Insurance & May Increase The Insurance Excess Or In Some Circumstances Prevent The Hire)

Since 8 June 2015, the paper counterpart to the photocard driving licence isn’t valid and is no longer issued by DVLA.
The counterpart was introduced to display driving licence details that could not be included on the photocard. These details include some vehicle categories you are entitled to drive and any endorsement/penalty points. View our infographic for information about the driving licence changes.
Please note, this does not affect photocard licences issued by DVA in Northern Ireland.