Published on 17 May 2021
After spending months stuck indoors looking at the same four walls, it comes as no surprise that demand for properties went through the roof as the UK slowly eased out of lockdown. During your time at home you might’ve realised that you’ve outgrown your current house or just fancy a change of scene, and you wouldn’t be alone. In 2020, more homes are selling within the first week of being put on the market than any time over the past 10 years.
However, as with everything else this year, moving house might come with a few extra challenges. If money is a little tight just now, hiring a van from Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental can help you save on the cost of a removal company – with prices starting at just £75 a day. And with insurance included and no hidden costs, you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank. Plus we if your plans change we've got you covered. Pay £5 to guarantee a full refund if you need to cancel your booking.
If you’re moving a full house of furniture, Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental has a fleet of box vans that can do the job, available to rent from £120 a day. They come with a tail lift to help you manoeuvre items without breaking a sweat.
Ideal for smaller flat dwellers, long wheelbase vans can transport loads of up to 949kg and have space upfront for you and a passenger. Our medium sized vans are slightly smaller and capable of carrying 764kg, with a sliding side door for access.
Got a lighter load? No worries. If you’re a student or moving out of your parent’s house to relocate to a new city, we have plenty of small vans and larger cars to make your move a little easier.
Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental offers hire by the hour, which provides the flexibility you need to safely move on to your new adventure. Or if you choose one-day hire, we’ll give you 250 miles for free.
With over 40 rental branches across the UK, it couldn’t be easier to pick up a van close to home and drop it off a few hours later in your new city.
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