FAQs

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Our basic requirements

1. You must be aged 25-70 and hold a full UK driving license for at least 2 years. 


2. No deposit is required, however the cost of hire must be paid in full on collection of the vehicle.


3. The van will be given to you full of diesel and must be returned with a full tank.

What can I drive with my license?

Category B
Cars, 4x4’s, MPV’s and Light Commercial Vehicles up to and including a maximum weight of 3,500kgs and no more than 8 passenger seats.


Category C1
Commercial vehicles up to and including a maximum weight of 7,500kgs.


Category D1
Minibuses with no more than 16 passenger seats.


Category E
Permits towing, and will be added to another category, for example B+E, C1+E or D1+E.

What is CDW?

Collision Damage Waiver 


The hirer shall be responsible for the first £500 of any claim, unless the CDW is taken out in advance, which is £8.50 per day. This will reduce the liability to £100.


Collision Damage Waiver does not cover:


All Glass, including windscreens, and tyre damage.
Damage caused above windscreen height of a commercial vehicle.
Damage caused to the vehicle when not on the public highway.
Theft of the vehicle.
Acts of Vandalism.
Malicious Acts.
Damage caused by the negligence of the hirer (for example, racing or driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs).


If the terms and conditions of the rental agreement are breached.

Are breakdowns covered?

All vehicles are supplied with 24 hour Roadside, Homestart and Recovery. 

What documentation is needed?

Each driver will be required to show their driving licence at the time of hire.


Each driver will also be required to show 1 additional documents with their name and personal address. Documents must be no older than 3 months acceptable documents include, Bank Statement, Credit Card Statement, Current Council Tax Bill, Utility Bill, Letting agreement or Proof of Home Ownership.

THE HIRER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL MOTORING OFFENCES INCLUDING PARKING CHARGES FOR THE DURATION OF THE HIRE PERIOD OF THE VEHICLE.