There are a number of reasons as to why a person may choose to hire a classic car. It may be that they wish to turn up at their wedding in style, or perhaps they may just fancy having a weekend of fun, whizzing around the countryside with the roof down and the sound of the engine roaring. Whatever the reason, there are plenty of classic car fans who take great pleasure in hiring a classic car for a day or a weekend.
Classic car rental is relatively simple. All you need to do is take a look online for a nearby classic car hire supplier to see if they have the type of car which you fancy hiring. Most rental companies will offer a range of different makes and models, with the most popular being Aston Martins, Jaguar E-Types and not forgetting the classic favourite, the Morris Minor.
Make sure you take note of the minimum age of the driver prior to booking, and also be aware of the insurance excess costs as well.
Remember that many classic cars do not have rear seatbelts, so be aware of this if you are planning to take children out on your trip with you.
The Morris Minor is a classic British favourite, due to its great handling and cute appearance.
Morris Minor convertible hire is popular with many classic car hire enthusiasts, as drivers can take the roof down as they zip round the country lanes in the sunshine. Morris Minor convertible hire is very often only available for those drivers who are above the age of 25, primarily because of insurance reasons.
To really benefit from hiring a classic car, many people choose to ditch the sat nav for the day and go back to reading a traditional map. You could also load the boot up with a basket picnic hamper full of all your favourite treats ready for a tasty picnic lunch – though don’t forget a waterproof picnic blanket as the British weather is always full of surprises!