Classic Car Hire World was featured in the News section of the July 2008 edition of Classic Car Mart Magazine.

   

Easy Classic Car Hire

 

With so many companies now offering classic cars and sports cars for hire, tracking down the right organisation or vehicle to suit your needs isn’t always easy.  

 

Now, though, the launch of www.classiccarhireworld.com aims to solve that via its detailed listings of what’s available – and where.

 

This brand new website contains details of almost 120 companies spread across 12 countries, between them offering more than 1,200 cars – with the promise of more companies and cars being added each week.
 

According to the website, you can hire virtually anything from an MGB to a Bugatti Veyron, anywhere from Australia to the USA – although, inevitably, much of the coverage is of UK-based companies. 
 

The website is neatly laid out and easy to use, enabling you to select your classic hire car either via its make and model or its location. So if you know you want to head to Cornwall for a weekend and you fancy some classic transport while you’re there, or you’re planning a longer trip overseas and you want to experience it at the wheel of a sportster, finding the right car couldn’t be easier.
 

It sounds like a great idea to us, and we wish it well. Give it a try this summer and let us know how your hire car experiences go.

 


The full article can be read online at in the Classic Car Mart News section and as the rest of the website is a mine of information it is worth checking it out anyway.

Classic Car Hire World

 

Classic Car Hire World is a Trading name of The Open Road (Classic Hire) Ltd,
Avon Lodge, Watery Lane, Sherbourne, Warwick, Warwickshire CV35 8AL
Registered in England and Wales No: 3901995. VAT No: GB 192431609

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Description of individual companies, company logos, pictures of cars and advertisers' logos are copyright of the respective companies.

 

The site was designed by Tom Owen of photografic and built and run by Quinsolve  using their Content Management System ContentOK