European Hire at Intack

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One of the seven continents that make up the world, both travelling and working within Europe is something which has become increasingly popular over the recent years.

A total of 27 countries make up Europe, popular ones such as Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden and of course the United Kingdom! These are just a few amongst the list, however Intack now offer European hire so there is no need to worry about hiring cars or vans in Europe.

We now allow all of our car range to go to Europe as well as our vans up to the Luton size. Further to this we allow our 9 seat minibuses to also travel within Europe.

We cannot allow for our 12, 15 or 17 seat minibuses to travel and Intack‚Äôs reasoning behind this that unfortunately in mainland Europe, the laws governing minibuses are different to ours which we have over here. This means that for a 12, 15 or 17 seat minibus to be legally driven in mainland Europe the drivers would have to use Digital Tachograph cards.

When travelling in Europe it is extremely important to note that as a requirement in some countries you have to carry certain equipment with you in the car. For example in some countries you have to carry day glow vests in others it could be a bulb kit, first aid kit or even a fire extinguisher. Equipment like this is not provided with the hire of our vehicles.

You can contact us for a quote and more information about our European car rental, European Van hire or our European 9 seat minibus hire. We will be happy to answer any queries that you may have as well as being able to provide you additional information due to our knowledge and expertise.

A final tip from Intack and one of high importance is to check the documents that you will require for the specific country you are travelling to and make sure you have these readily available and in a safe place at all times when travelling.

For more information contact us, Intack will be happy to speak to you in regards to European hire and providing a quote.

31st January 2011, 15:11