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Why Hertz

  • Hertz offers quality cars at competitive rates to make your journey more affordable
  • No booking fees or cancellation fees(exceptions may apply on special car groups).
  • No hidden charges - All charges are displayed upfront
  • With a strong network, you can enjoy the flexibility and freedom to rent from one location and return it at another

Hertz in United Kingdom

The United Kingdom has a total population of around 64.5 million people and consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Their respective capitals are London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast and each part of the UK has its own unique identity and culture. The UK is a particularly popular destination that every year attracts tourists from all over the world drawn by the heritage and history that’s near to almost everywhere you visit. Renting a car in the UK is, without a doubt, the best way to explore everything this very varied and diverse country has to offer.

As one of the world’s major cities London has a wealth of attractions including St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and the iconic London Eye. Edinburgh is an equally impressive city which has a grand castle standing over it and hosts the world-famous festival of drama and comedy every August. Cardiff has its own castle too, as well as the huge Millennium Stadium which is the venue for many major sporting and musical events. Belfast, which lies across the Irish Sea, has a long and proud history of shipbuilding – a fact celebrated in the city’s Titanic Belfast museum, telling the story of the world’s most famous ocean liner

The United Kingdom is of the few places in the world where vehicles drive on the left hand side of the road. There are three main types of road – motorways, A roads and B roads. The speed limit on motorways is generally 70 mph unless restrictions apply and in built-up areas it’s generally 20 -40 mph depending on the type of road and area. If you’re driving with children who are under 12 or less than 135 cm tall they must use a child seat. All these facts, and many more, are explained in a booklet called The Highway Code which is widely available in bookshops.