Quality car hire from one of our growing number of branches located within Ireland. All locations will provide at least a base rental fleet of small, medium and large cars which can be booked online for your preferred dates and times. Some will provide a more extensive range to include MPVs, SUVs and a range of 6 to 9 seater options. Additional services might also be available such as 'Out of Hours' and 'Meet and Greet' facilities so check with the location if these are of interest.
Van rental fleets ranges from small courier style vans through short wheel base (swb), medium wheel base (mwb) to long wheel base (lwb). Luton vans with or without tail-lift are also available to rent. Short and long term rental enquiries from residents and businesses alike are welcomed and preferential hire terms may be offered for extended rental durations.
Practical Car & Van Rental is the fourth largest rental company in the United Kingdom with over 165 hire locations in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. The number of locations in the Republic of Ireland are increasing through 2017 offering great deals on rentals and leasing.
Most locations will cover the local railway and coach stations so if you are arriving by train or bus we can probably meet you upon arrival. Deliveries to Hotels, Bed & Breakfast accommodation and business addresses can usually be arranged. Check with your supplying rental location for more information. With over 30 years experience of self drive hire we pride ourselves on delivering an outstanding service, quality vehicles and competitive rates. There are hire vehicles to suit almost every requirement, from 3 door economy cars through to 7.5 ton commercial vehicles. Our rental locations are privately owned conveniently situated and can be contacted for any specific hire requests.
We now have a dedicatedsite where renters can find branches and search vehicle availability and easily book online or make an enquiry.
PRACTICAL CAR & VAN RENTAL - A NATIONAL COMPANY WITH A LOCAL SERVICE