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79: How do I get a Quote ?

You can do this in either of 3 ways.


This is the fastest way as it will Instantly show you car hire prices and availability:

Go to and follow the online instructions :

The website will retrieve all vehicles available on your date and calculate an estimated price based on the postcode entered and length of hire time advised.  You can also filter your choices further by price order [High to Low],  [Low to High],  [Number of Seats] etc.. by using the Sort and Filter button.

You can Add any Vehciles that you like to your Shorlist by clicking on "Add to Quote List" . Once shortlisted, the vehicle will appear as "In Quote List"

Once you have shortlisted at least one vehicle you can proceed to your quote request by entering all other relevant information such as ceremony address, photo stop-off, etc 

Screenshot showing how to complete the wedding ceremony, addresses and timings

Once your quote has been submitted we will check all the details manually such as mileage, access and other logistics before confirming the hire price. We will email you when it's ready. 


 We can take your details over the phone and email your quote.  Please note we are unable to give you a quote while you are waiting on the phone as this will take a little while to calculate, but we will email this a short while after.  Our phone number is shown on our website CONTACT page.

Before calling please ensure you have the following details to hand:

 - Wedding Date

 - Collection, Ceremony and Reception Postcodes

 - Vehicle you require quote for (You can view vehicle's availability on our website )

We will email you once your quote is ready. 


If sending an email we will need the following information:

1 – Wedding Date

2 – Collection, Ceremony and Reception Postcodes

3 –  Length of Hire time

4 – Vehicle Reference Numbers you wish us to quote [shown on all vehicle pages on website]



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