The essential items you will need to bring to an Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch when renting a vehicle are:
You will also need to prove you are over 25 years of age, and there may be additional documentation required for international drivers.
We accept all major debit cards except for Maestro, Electron, Solo and pre-paid cards. To rent our 4x4s and premium vehicles, we require a credit card. All cards MUST have the main driver's name on it.
Our prices may vary because car rental 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.
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.
With over 400 branches across the UK, we aim to have a branch conveniently located close to you. If you can’t get to a branch, we will come and collect you. You can rent our cars in over 70 countries, we have over 7,600 branches worldwide. With all these branches, we endeavour to always have a vehicle of your choosing close to you. Our UK branches have fleets of cars ranging from smaller economy cars to larger SUVs and people carriers. Book your rental car online for our cheapest prices.
At Enterprise, we understand our customers need flexibility when hiring a car or van. To ensure you recieve the best experience, we offer a number of car rental services that would help meet customer needs.
The United Kingdom is made up of England, Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland. Each country is connected by a vast network of motorways and local roads, providing instant access to beautiful scenery and hidden gems. The place most tourists start their journey is London: the capital city and home of iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge and the London Eye. It’s a great place to start your trip as the roads going out of London take you to other must-see places.
If you are after quintessential British villages straight out of detective Poirot’s adventures, you should visit the Cotswolds Area of Natural Beauty in Gloucestershire. With its yellow stoned cottages, quaint village centres and hills of rolling fields, it’s a great place for peaceful strolls and experiencing that five in the afternoon tea break. For those who prefer seaside attractions, you can drive further to the west and reach Devon, but make sure to stop off and see Stonehenge just above Salisbury. From Devon, you can take the incredible A39 road also referred to as ‘The Atlantic Highway’, to the magical coastal peninsula of Cornwall. Filled with the UK’s most beautiful beaches such as Porthcurno, scenic coastal villages and the amazing St. Michael’s Mount castle reachable only during low tides – it’s a must-see region for any traveller.
For those who enjoy hiking and mythical monsters, the Scottish Highlands are a perfect destination. Visit Inverness and the famous Loch Ness, then take-on the ‘North Coast 500’ – Scotland’s answer to Route 66. The road stretches for 516 miles, forming a loop which starts and ends in Inverness. On the way, you can expect to see the Highlands in one epic tour that takes from five to seven days. If you head from Inverness to Glasgow, you may want to take the scenic A82 route along the Lochs and stop off at the tallest peak of the United Kingdom – Ben Nevis. Whatever your dream visit to the UK looks like, a car rental from Enterprise is sure to help you reach the landmarks and destinations you have in mind. Get a quote above and plan your visit to the United Kingdom with a car to get more out of your time here.
When driving in the UK, there a few key things to remember:
The United Kingdom is a collection of countries with breath-taking sceneries connected by a great network of motorways and roads. The variety of bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque Areas Of Natural Beauty (AONB) will make you want to drive from one landmark to the next. If you want to tackle the Scottish Highlands, bask in the sun of Cornwall’s coves or need a car for exploring Northern Ireland – make each journey go smooth and easy by renting your car with Enterprise. With over 420 branches across the UK, you can find us in most airport terminals at our convenient counters where you can pick your rental up, or let our agent help you find what you need. We also have branches in each of the capitals and in most cities, so we are able to help you with car rental in London and even in smaller towns.