Car Hire in Manchester
The perfect hire car will soon be yours
You're busy and so is Manchester, so we've made hiring a car really easy. Meet us at Manchester Piccadilly. Or if it's a flying visit, Manchester Airport. Whatever suits you.
Get the following benefits when you book direct with us:
- Avis Price Promise
You'll always get our best prices when booking on this site, or we’ll refund the difference.
- Free Cancellation
Cancel with no charge up to 24 hours before pick-up for ‘Pay on Collection’ reservations.
- Peace of mind vehicle cover
Comprehensive Zero-Excess cover means no need to pay or claim.
- Speedy collection
Jump the queue with pre-prepared paperwork and your vehicle at the ready.
- VIP Treatment
In some locations, go straight to your car where the keys and paperwork will be waiting.
- Member-only benefits
Unlock money-off vouchers, free weekends, upgrades and inclusive additional driver cover at no extra cost.
Where would you like to meet us to begin your journey?
Your journey starts hereThe road was built to drive, so we won’t hold you up. Make it there on time and enjoy every mile of your journey across the city and into the country.
Whether you fancy a stealthy hatch for urban trails, a sleek saloon for a business trip, a luxury 4x4 or ginormous people carrier for a family holiday, unlock the perfect car. Simply let us know and we’ll prepare it for you.
And, you don’t have to drive full-circle: make the most of one way car hire across Britain.
Plan your trip from ManchesterThere’s much to see in Manchester, from the 2.8-hectare Museum of Science and Industry in the city’s 19th-century heartland, to Old Trafford – home to the world's most famous football club. Visitors can tour the stands, the players' lounge and walk down the tunnel to the pitch-side dugout.
Motor east for the mill towns and rocky beauty of the Peak District National Park or head north from Manchester for the Minsters and small town charm of Yorkshire, Wordsworth country amidst the idyllic Lake District or the sparsely populated, eerily ascetic Northumberland coast.
Drive south to drop in on Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, before hitting the tearoom-filled villages of the Cotswolds and the ancient academy towns of Oxford. Further south, take in Bath, a spa destination since Celtic times, or cross into Wales for the second-hand bookshop capital of the world, Hay-on-Wye, or Swansea’s sublime, sandy neighbour Rhossili.
UK driving guide
Want a quick guide to the rules of the UK roads? We’ve unlocked them for your journey.