West Midlands car hire

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Cheap car hire in West Midlands

Economy£20/day
Compact£21/day
Intermediate£27/day
Standard£25/day
Full-size£72/day
People carrier£52/day
Full-size SUV£48/day
Mini£19/day
Premium£70/day
Passenger van£62/day
Luxury£80/day
Convertible£115/day
Premium SUV£95/day
Standard estate car£25/day
Compact estate car£25/day
Supplier choice£26/day
Compact SUV£26/day
Intermediate estate car£27/day
Intermediate SUV£27/day
Commercial£39/day
Economy estate car£55/day
Standard SUV£58/day
Premium estate car£78/day
Full-size estate car£85/day
Luxury estate car£100/day
Luxury SUV£147/day
Supplier choice SUV£161/day
Supplier choice saloon£1,263/day
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Car hire directory

  • enterprise

    Enterprise car hire locations in West Midlands

    23 Locations

  • sunnycars

    Sunnycars car hire locations in West Midlands

    14 Locations

  • keddy

    keddy by Europcar car hire locations in West Midlands

    11 Locations

  • europcar

    Europcar car hire locations in West Midlands

    8 Locations

  • firefly

    Firefly car hire locations in West Midlands

    8 Locations

  • thrifty

    Thrifty car hire locations in West Midlands

    8 Locations

  • budget

    Budget car hire locations in West Midlands

    6 Locations

  • hertz

    Hertz car hire locations in West Midlands

    6 Locations

  • easirent

    Easirent car hire locations in West Midlands

    5 Locations

  • greenmotion

    GREEN MOTION car hire locations in West Midlands

    5 Locations

  • acar

    A Car Rental car hire locations in West Midlands

    2 Locations

  • alamo

    Alamo car hire locations in West Midlands

    2 Locations

Top tips for hiring a car in West Midlands

  • The West Midlands is the second largest county in England by population, smaller only than the population of Greater London. It’s a large and diverse county that contains cities and towns such as Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Sollihull and Dudley. Consequently, the road and motorway network to connect all of these places is highly developed, and a quick way to get around the county is by car. Three major motorways (the M5, the M6 and the M42) are the dominant routes, with many major A-roads linking off these. There is plenty of local public transport, including buses, trams and trains, but if you intend to criss-cross the county, taking in its many towns and cities and other attractions, then a car will get you there more quickly and more comfortably than most other ways to travel.
  • Like the rest of the UK, the West Midlands drives on the left-hand side and overtakes on the right. Seat belts are mandatory for all occupants and young children need to be in a car seat. Most of the hire car companies will be able to supply you with a car seat as an added extra when you book. Before you choose your preferred company, it’s worth checking that this is possible, or you may need to bring your own, which can be very inconvenient.
  • A smaller city car will be ideal for a driving tour in the West Midlands. The county is packed with attractions, and getting there on the excellent road network is very straightforward. Unless you have a big family, you won’t need a large car to enjoy the region.
  • If you prefer not to drive or park in big cities like Birmingham and Coventry, there are many park and ride facilities all along the transport network in the West Midlands, allowing you to park your car and continue your journey to the city centre by public transport.

FAQs about hiring a car in West Midlands