London, March 2013 – Europcar, the leader in car hire services in Europe, is helping families get on with the spring cleaning with a special offer on van hire from just £15 per day. These great van hire rates create the perfect opportunity for families to declutter and reorganise before Easter, with bookings available until the 9th of April.
Whether it’s taking unwanted clutter to the local tip, or transporting bulky items to the charity shop, Europcar’s Spring Van Hire offer means there’s no need to weigh down the family car with the results of a clear out. And Europcar has made the van hire process as easy as possible for customers with tips for finding the right van for the job on its website. It also offers useful driving advice for those unfamiliar with getting behind the wheel of a bigger vehicle.
“With many families still bearing the financial brunt of the festive season, our special offer on van hire will help families do more for less and get their house in order again.” said Ken McCall Managing Director, Europcar UK Group. “We know spring cleaning is a tradition amongst many families so hopefully van hire from £15 per day will provide that extra incentive to get the work done before Easter arrives!”
With over 130 Europcar van locations across the UK and a wide range of makes and models, the right vehicle is easy to find no matter the size of the job. From the small Vauxhall Combo to the Ford Luton box van, the Europcar van fleet offers the choice to suit a wide range of needs. Plus, all Europcar vans are fully maintained to manufacturer specifications and covered by 24 hour breakdown, for added peace of mind.
A range of hire packages are available allowing customers to hire from just an hour to a day, a week or even longer. For added efficiency Europcar can deliver vans to home addresses through its weDeliver delivery and collection service.
“Decluttering the house can be a time consuming task but our convenient special offer on van hire and our weDeliver service allows customers to save time and make a start on the spring cleaning” added Ken McCall. “And it won’t cost the earth either.”