Car Hire London
Car Hire London at great rates in locations throughout Greater London. To find the cheapest car hire rates use our online search form.
With carhire3000.com you will find cheap car hire on vehicles with automatic and manual transmission, 7 seats and 9 seats, and for those who prefer to drive in luxury we also provide luxury car hire.
If you are aged 21, 23 or under 25 call free on 0800 358 7707 to find out more about young driver suppliments.
If you are travelling with a large family, why not choose a people carrier. People carriers provide more space for luggage as well as people.
“Book Car Hire London online and save up to 10% on a wide range of hire cars”
London Car Hire Pickup Locations
Car Hire 3000 offers hire car pickup at the following locations:
Car Hire 3000 also have pickup locations at at all major London airports. City Airport, Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport, Stanstead Airport and Luton Airport.
Car Hire Requirements
To rent a car all you need is a credit card and a drivers license. These will need to be presented when collecting the car along side with your Car Rental Voucher which you will receive via email after booking your hire car. If you hold a UK license, you will need to present both parts of your license (paper, card). In some cases you may be asked to present extra identification, for this reason it is advisable to take with you your passport.
Car Hire Search
To find your ideal hire car, simply use our online search form, enter the country, city and location, select the date, input your name and click 'Book Now'. This will return a range of vehicles available to you on your specified dates.
London is England's and the UK's capital city and is Europe's largest metropolitan area and ranked 18th largest in the world.
The evolution into one of the most influential financial and cultural cities in the world has been shaped by its deep rooted, 2,000 year old recorded history. London has witnessed events such as the Great Fire of London and the Black Death which have played vitals roles in reshaping the city.
Although the Great Fire of London 1666 destoryed much of the city, new buildings were constructed, many of which still exist into modern day London. London's history, buildings and architecture are what attracts a vast majority of visitors to the city as it makes great sightseeing.