What you should know before hiring a car in Hull
Car hires in Hull: practical information
Where to rent a car in Hull
Kingston-upon-Hull (most commonly known as simply Hull) is the place to be along the Humber Estuary. The easiest way to reach Hull is via flights to Humberside International Airport, just 25 minutes drive with a cheap rent car to the city centre of Hull.
In the city centre, choose the cheapest car rental in Hull from: Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Hertz, National, Select Car Credit and for a car hire Hull train station, Avis is your only option.
Driving in Hull: parking and other tips
There is quite a lot of parking in Hull, good news for those visitors with economy car rentals in Hull. Most car parks in the city centre charge in and around £11.20/day although you can find some that charge cheaper. George Street only charges £6/max for example and Market Place churches £5.50/day. There's not much point to drive around Hull since everything is so compact. Leave your car in the car park and get around on foot.
Road trips from Hull: what to do, what to see
Grimsby is right at the mouth of the Humber River. It's one of the biggest fishing ports in England which can only mean one thing: excellent fish & chips! Can you think of any better excuse to visit the seaside than this?
Leeds has a reputation for being a party city and while that reputation is true, there's a lot more to it than that to discover while on holidays in Hull. Leeds is also known for its live music, especially during the summer when the Leeds Festival kicks off!
Yorkshire Dales are within easy reach with a cheap rental car in Hull. The stunning rolling green hills and wild moorland are famous all over the world. The incredibly cute towns and villages along the way are also noteworthy and really give you a feel of what Yorkshire must have been like centuries ago.