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Car Hire England
The biggest and most populous country in the United Kingdom, England is a highly diverse place with distinct regional characters. London may be the focus for most visitors, but England is far more than its capital city. See more of England's fascinating aspects by visiting such destinations as the counties of Yorkshire and Cornwall, the National Parks, and the historic cities of Bath and York.
Why Should I Book Car Hire in England with Nova?
For cheap, convenient car hire in an instant, choose Nova Car Hire. We have streamlined the quotation and booking process so that all you have to do is enter your preferred dates and location to receive instant, affordable car rental rates in a choice of 26,000 locations worldwide. We compare hundreds of the most reputable car hire suppliers, using the buying power of 1.5 million customers to reduce rates to a minimum.
Car Hire Requirements in England
When collecting your hire car in England, make sure to have your full driving licence and booking confirmation voucher with you. The main driver must pay the balance (rate less deposit) using their own credit card. Keep your licence, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration documents in the rental car at all times.
Airports in England
London Heathrow is easily the busiest airport in England, handling some 70 million passengers annually. Indeed, with 6 international airports, London is the biggest aviation hub in the world and London Gatwick is England's second-busiest airport. Other busy airports include Manchester, London Stansted, and London Luton.
England Driving Rules & Regulations
In England, you drive on the left and overtake on the right. Keep your driving licence, proof of insurance, and vehicle documentation with you in the car. Seat belts must be worn at all times. Speed limits range from 113kmh (70mph) for national highways and main roads to 97kmh (60mph) for single-carriageway roads, and 48kmh (30mph) for built-up areas.You'll find further information on England's rules of the road here.
I Have More Questions. Whom Do I Ask?
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