If you are booking the vehicle more than 3 weeks in advance then we only require your name and contact telephone number, we do not require a holding deposit, however all bookings must to be confirmed and paid for, 3 weeks before you travel. Failure to confirm and pay for your vehicle will result in your booking being cancelled and the vehicle given to another customer.
If you are looking to travel within 3 weeks of booking the vehicle, we will need to take all details relating to the vehicle hire, including drivers names, contact numbers, collection times, and payment details.
Yes, your pets are more than welcome to travel in the vehicle with you, please make sure to have all of the correct documents required for pet travel.
We do ask that you return the vehicle in a clean condition after transporting your pets, failiure to do so will incur a £50 valeting charge.
Fuel cost depends on your choice of route, the vehicle type, weight, and driving style, to travel between Northern France and Alicante allow an average costs 300.00€ in fuel, or the Costa Del Sol 400.00€,
Between Alicante and Santander or Bilbao on average is around 150.00€ or from Malaga 230.00€
Fuel in the UK will depend on where you are traveling To or From.
Costs are provided as a guide only.
If you choose to use the toll roads between Northern France and Alicante on average you can spend 200.00€, however toll costs can be avoided if your route is planned carefully.
Travelling between Alicante and Santander or Bilbao you can avoid the toll roads, however we advise paying the toll between Madrid / Zaragoza and Burgos, as to avoid this toll will cost as much in fuel but will add much more time to your journey.
Travelling between Malaga and Santander or Bilbao the toll roads are easily avoided with careful planning.
Costs are provided as a guide only
3 seats, Driver plus 2 passengers all with full seat belts.
Our recommendation is generally to use the routes between Portsmouth/Plymouth and Santander/Bilbao. When you compare the cost of using these routes against the additional costs for fuel / road tolls / overnight stops you may need driving through France, it really does start to make sense.
Yes you can BUT, on the standard train you are only allowed 3 cubic meters of load, this is about the size in the back of a Land Rover Discovery.
If you have more than 3 cubic meters of load then you will have to go on the freight train, if this is the case it is cheaper to cross the channel using the ferry between Dover and Calais.