Car & Van Hire in Manchester Piccadilly
Car Hire FAQs
What do I need to hire a car with Enterprise?
The essential items you will need to bring to an Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch when hiring a vehicle are:
- a valid drivers licence
- valid ID
- a credit or debit card.
You will also need to prove you are over 25 years of age, and there may be additional documentation required for international drivers.
Can I hire a car with a debit card?
We accept all major debit cards except for Maestro, Electron, Solo and pre-paid cards. To hire our 4x4s and premium vehicles, we require a credit card. All cards MUST have the main driver's name on it.
How much does it cost to rent a car?
Our prices may vary because car hire prices are based on various factors such as, vehicle size, seasonality, length of rental, vehicle make, availability and location. Customers are advised to start the booking process to determine the exact price.
Can I modify, extend, or cancel my reservation?
You can modify or cancel your reservation via our website or mobile app. If you prepaid your booking and you cancel 3 days or more before your specified pick up time you will receive a full refund of the total amount. To extend your car rental, you can click “Call to Extend Your Rental” in our mobile app. You can also call your rental branch or 0800 800 227 to extend your reservation.
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Renting a Car at Manchester Piccadilly
Car Hire at Manchester Piccadilly with Enterprise
In the heart of Manchester, Enterprise Rent-A-Car offers individuals, groups and families an extensive selection of the latest rental cars and vans for personal hire. Whether for leisure, tourism or business, customers can count on the latest models and fuel-efficient vehicles.
Situated on the ground floor (level 1) of the Chatham Street car park in Manchester Piccadilly, the Enterprise office is a short walk from Manchester Visitor Information Centre and Piccadilly Gardens, near the corner of Portland Street. Regular buses along the A6 complement trains to Manchester Piccadilly railway station, just 500 metres to the south along Aytoun Street and Fairfield Street. During peak traffic periods in central Manchester, it may be advisable to adjust your travel plans for convenience.
When you hire a car at Enterprise, we're committed to giving you the vehicle you need with the service you expect at great value rates. Our hire car fleet is made up of modern and well-equipped manual and automatic transmission vehicles, so you can drive away with confidence. We're also proud to offer electric car rental, so you can do your bit for the planet without having to compromise on convenience. And, of course, our vehicles are always thoroughly cleaned, inside and out. Book with Enterprise today and enjoy excellent value on your ideal rental car.
A Wide Range of Car Rental Options
Once you've decided on your perfect hire car, then it's time to add your chosen extra options. If you've got little passengers, keep them safe with our range of child and booster seats. Add a sat nav to get around like a local, or opt for an additional driver to make the journey even easier.
A Wide Van Hire Range
Rental cars are fantastic for getting around, but if you need to move a lot of cargo, you need to hire a van. We stock a range of sizes, including Small for the simple jobs, to Large, XL and Luton versions for big house moves. Whatever you need to get done, our van hire range will help.
Things to do In and Around Manchester Piccadilly
Manchester's fascinating industrial history is brought to life at the Museum of Science and Industry – something the whole family will enjoy. Other popular attractions include the GMEX exhibition centre and convention complex, concerts at Bridgewater Hall or the fashionable spa town of Buxton, nestling in the Peak District.
Or why not enjoy a thrill at Chill Factore's real snow ski slope, the longest of its kind in Britain? A rental car means you can explore the beautiful towns and countryside of the Peak District in comfort, too.
Driving Information in Manchester Piccadilly
The A56, and particularly Bury New Road, to the north of the city is one to avoid during peak times, along with the A6 and Buxton Road in particular.
If you are planning a road trip of the UK’s northern cities then Manchester is very well connected. The most common route to take from Manchester to Leeds is via the M62, whilst you’re also likely take the M62 southbound when travelling to Liverpool.