A market leader in long term flexible van rental 50 years in business

DAILY RENTAL

  • West Wallasey Car Hire has served private & business hirers across the Wirral for over 45 years. Operating from premises in both Wallasey and Pensby, we supply a wide range of Cars and Vans to match every requirement and budget. So whether you need Car hire for a weekend break, a longer period – or a Van to move furniture or garden waste; or a Minibus for that special event, West Wallasey can help.
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    All Cars come with Air Conditioning and connectivity. All vehicles are safety-checked and valeted before every hire. We are happy to pick you up from any private address across the Wirral. Our competitive hire rates include:
    • A generous daily Mileage Allowance
    • Full 24 hour AA/RAC Breakdown & Recovery
    • Replacement vehicle
    • Fully Comprehensive Insurance
    • VAT
    Minimum Driver age: 25. Call 0151 630 3000 to discuss your requirements, our current offers – and for a clear, no obligation quotation with no ‘hidden extras’