We have access to tens of thousands of vehicles in 2,000 UK branches across all commercial vehicle hire groups, including cars, vans, HGVs and electric vehicles. Customers can off-hire vehicles without penalty when they are no longer required enabling fleet capacity to be rapidly scaled up or down.
We work with over 235 rental suppliers across the UK. Our customers manage the UK's largest fleets across all industries from logistics to construction and retail to utilities. Our partnerships enable a complete commercial vehicle rental solution leaving them free to focus on their business and deliver what they do best.Get In Touch
In today’s business climate, mobility and flexibility are key so it’s good to know you can hire our vehicles by day, month, or year. You can extend a booking at any time at the click of a mouse or via smartphone, and off-hire when it's no longer needed. Commercial vehicle hire is forming an increasing part of businesses’ mobility plans across a wide variety of industries, enabling you to scale up or down as necessary.Get In Touch
The duration of car and vehicle hire is very flexible, with no fixed maximum rental time currently required. With rental agreements tailored to our customers’ business operations, the ability to have certain rental agreements secured for different timescales is just one of the reasons vehicle hires are so appealing.
With many fleets spread out across multiple locations, we ensure that vehicles hired through our IRIS platform can be delivered directly to your specific location. Where site access can be limited, we also facilitate vehicle drop-off locations or the option to collect direct from our network of vehicle hire partners.
To tackle climate change and improve inner city air quality, many cities including London are imposing low emission zones that require a tariff to be paid in order to use a vehicle in that area. HGVs are no different to other vehicles and are not exempt from paying a low emission zone charge. Older vehicles that are poorer on emissions typically must pay a greater charge and this will again change in the future as electric HGVs are developed, which will then qualify the HGV as exempt.
The main difference between vehicle rental and vehicle leasing is that with vehicle rental you hire a vehicle type from available rental stock, whereas with leasing you choose a specific vehicle that you commit to leasing over a fixed period. Both solutions work well for different applications with longer term hire typically suited to vehicle leasing, and vehicle rental suiting businesses that require a greater level of hire duration flexibility.