Car hire in the United Kingdom
Why rent your car with Avis in Great Britain?Are you looking to quickly and easily navigate the sights and tour the United Kingdom in the car best suited for your trip? Avis is here to help! With an abundance of locations around the UK, at airports and train stations, picking up your hire car is as convenient as can be! Simply go online and rent a car that best suits your trip - using our straight-forward booking service. Hiring a car has never been easier, and you get to enjoy a variety of benefits:
- A Car for every journey:From premium cars in our Select Series and Prestige to holiday friendly people carriers and cost-efficient smaller models. we offer a wide variety of cars and deals to provide tou with the bes car rental experience. With regular fleet updates, your trip will always be accomanied by the latest models on the market.
- Our Rental Agreement: We aim to make our agreement as transparent as possible, no jargon, clear prices and you only have to sign once!
- It pays to book direct: Booking directly with Avis instead of a comparison service will guarantee you have the car and the extras that you booked rather than simply ‘on request’
- Avis Delivers: If your residential address is within 40 miles of one of our many locations, you don’t even need to come to us to get your car, we’ll drop it off right at your door and once you’re done, we’ll also come pick it up!
There's no better way to see Great Britain than by car
Popular airport locations in the UK
- Belfast Airport
- Birmingham Airport
- Bristol Airport
- Cardiff Airport
- Edinburgh Airport
- Gatwick Airport
- Glasgow Airport
- Heathrow Airport
- Luton Airport
- Manchester Airport
- Stansted Airport
- Inverness Airport
- Aberdeen Airport
- Exeter Airport
- Liverpool Airport
- Southampton Airport
- East Midlands Airport
- London City Airport
- Norwich Airport
- Leeds Airport
Popular car hire locations in the UK
- Milton Keynes
- See all locations in Northern Ireland
- See all locations in Scotland
- See all locations in England
- See all locations in Wales
Exploring the United Kingdom
UK Driving GuideWhich side of the road?
- Mobile phones may only be used with a headset or hands-free device
- There is a congestion charge payable when driving in London.
- Use the outside lane to overtake on motorways and dual carriageways, however, only overtake on the right side of the road. Overtaking on the left could result in prosecution for dangerous driving.
- Zebra crossings (black and white stripes on the road) give pedestrians right of way to cross the road
- Urban areas: lowest 20 mph (31 km/h, for congested city centres like central London) and usually 30mph (48km/h)
- Motorways: 70 mph (112 km/h)
- Rural areas: 60 mph (96 km/h).
Unless indicated by road signs.