Cheap Car and Van Rental in Birmingham City Centre
Enterprise provides some fantastic deals on a range of vehicles to suit all needs and requirements. While you won’t find cheaper car rental than Enterprise in Birmingham’s city centre, you can save even more money by booking your vehicle online. Enterprise’s range of cars and vans are modern, economical and comfortable. From city centre exploring, to cross-country touring, Enterprise can supply the vehicle to meet your needs.
Birmingham City Centre Van Hire
In a city the size of Birmingham, with its high student population and variety of businesses, there is always something that has to be moved somewhere. Enterprise offers a range of smart, economical and comfortable commercial vans for all types of work. Their small vans are ideal for courier or parcel delivery services, while their medium vans easily transport tradesmen, tools and materials from one job to another. Larger vans, some with Luton bodies make flat moving, or furniture delivery/collection problem free. Whether short range operations or cross-country deliveries, a commercial van from Enterprise will let you complete the task in style and comfort. Learn more about Enterprise Van Hire
A Wide Range of Vehicles to Hire
Enterprise maintains a comprehensive fleet of modern economical vehicles of all sizes and types. From small to medium commercial vans for courier and parcel deliveries, through to larger vans for furniture and large goods transportation.
Enterprise’s car fleet includes small economical city cars ideal for inner city work and easy parking. The range of medium and large saloons will transport you in comfort as you tour the country north, south, east and west. For larger families and groups, people carriers are available, while for those who want to do it in style there is a range of prestigious luxury cars, coupes and convertibles. The Enterprise selection of cars
provides something for all occasions.
Driving Information in Birmingham City Centre
Like all large UK cities, Birmingham city centre can become quite congested, especially during the morning rush to work, and the afternoon return home. If you are staying in a city centre hotel and have appointments in or outside the city allow a little extra travelling time. That said, Birmingham’s infrastructure is remarkably good. Even the city’s notorious spaghetti junction does its job without major problems, just keep a sharp eye out for your exit. Finding your way around the city shouldn’t prove problematic. Districts and places of interest are well signposted and the city has a number of large car parks totalling 25,000 spaces.
If you’re touring the country out of Birmingham, the Aston Expressway can have you heading up to the A38(M) in a matter of minutes to pick up the M6. Or, if you’re heading south, the M1 down to London is less than 30 minutes' drive from the city.