Local Car and Van Hire in York

The ancient city of York makes an excellent destination, with its historic sights, superb shopping and lively cultural scene. With the help of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, you can explore the city in comfort. The Yorkshire Museum takes you through the ages, with its world-class geological and archaeological collections, while a more modern take on York's appeal can be found at the Chocolate Story. With a reliable, modern Enterprise vehicle at your disposal, you can easily make the short drive to the spectacular Castle Howard, just to the northeast of the city. For some retail therapy, head back into town and stroll through the medieval Shambles, packed with cosy cafes and independent shops. For a different angle on the city, try a Yorkboat cruise along the River Ouse. There are two Enterprise branches in central York. One is adjacent to York railway station, simple to reach by train or bus from the local area, or by road via the A1036. The second branch is just off the A1079 at Foss Islands Road, so is convenient to reach from the east of the city.

Cheap Car and Van Rental in York

With Enterprise, the package provided goes beyond simply offering a wide choice of vehicles. To ensure you receive outstanding service, Enterprise offers a range of deals on all car and van rentals. A focus on providing the most fuel-efficient vehicles saves you money and helps the environment, while arranging a rental is simplicity itself – get the best deals when booking online.

York Van Hire

Enterprise offer a full range of reliable, well-maintained vans, available daily, weekly or monthly. Ranging from lightweight small vans to capacious Luton models, there's something here for every project. Add a carefully chosen selection of medium-sized vans and the result is a fleet of modern vehicles, up to any task. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.

A Wide Range of Vehicles to Hire

Enterprise offer a great range of cars and vans, so you'll always find the perfect vehicle. City driving is a breeze with the range of compact and economy cars, or pick from a range of prestige premium and executive models. For larger groups or families, people carriers offer extra space, while if you're heading for the countryside, consider an SUV.

Driving Information in York

For the best experience on York's historic central streets, consider starting early or driving in the middle of the day. Parking is available at many locations on the edge of the centre; there's a large car park very close to the Enterprise branch at York station. The city's outer ring road, made up of the A1237 to the north-west and the A64 to the south-east, offers a simple and convenient way to reach other parts of town.