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All vehicles under 3500kg can be driven on a normal car license, including 9 seater passenger carrying vehicles.
For buses over 9 seats and up to 17 seats, a category D1 is required (if you passed your driving test before 1st January 1997 you should have this entitlement on your license).
For driving vehicles over 3.5ton and up to 7.5tons for private use, a category C1 is required (if you passed your test before 1st January 1997 you should have this entitlement on your license).
Most of our vehicles can be taken into Europe with our permission. Vehicles that we allow into Europe are all under 3500kg. Please ring for a quote, terms and conditions, and details of what you will need to take with you.
You must be between 23 and 70 years old. A full valid license is required and you must have held your license for at least two years. A satisfactory driving record is required, some driving endorsements are acceptable at company discretion. For non-UK residents a valid overseas driving license is acceptable accompanied with a current passport.
Additional drivers can be added to our insurance at a daily cost.
All vehicles are insured for comprehensive risk in accordance with the provisions of the insurance policy. In the event of an accident, an insurance excess is payable but this can be reduced by paying our insurance excess reduction fee. Ask Steve for details.
When collecting a vehicle at the start of the hire, a valid driving license must be produced (both parts if new style license), a current utility bill / statement and payment in full.
The price includes VAT and insurance with a mileage of up to 120 miles. Excess mileage will be charged at 20 pence per mile. Fuel in NOT included in rental charges.
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