Holidays To Return From 12th April*

As you have probably seen this week, we are all expecting Holidays To Return From 12th April*. Boris and co have announced that if all continues to go as it is then we will be allowed to travel within the UK with our household from Monday 12th April.

This means camp sties, caravan sites, holiday homes and park home sites can reopen, providing anyone staying there, live together. This is fantastic news and is only the start, by the 21st of June it is hoped that all restrictions on travel and holidays will be lifted, at least in the UK. You can find out more on the dates and restrictions on the government website.

After the last 12 months it seems we are finally seeing some light at the end of the tunnel and we hope that things can begin to return to some normality for most.

What Does This Mean For Car Hire?

The rental industry has been ‘open’ throughout but with the restrictions on travel, it has been a very quiet year. We hope that the easing of restrictions will make a big difference and do expect enquiries for rentals from 12th April onwards to come flooding in.

If you are planning a family / household trip from the 12th April then our advice is to get in touch quickly, availability will plummet as the bookings come in and we do not want anyone to miss out. We expect standard cars of up to 5 seats to be readily available, but if you are looking for something more specialised like: 7 Seaters, 9 Seaters, tow car hire or Campervans then we urge you to get in touch asap.

Fleet sizes of these specialised vehicles have reduced with the enquiry levels, so there are not as many to go around. If you have a larger family or just need the extra space, want to take your caravan or would like to explore in a motorhome then please contact our team today, we are here to help and answer any questions at all.

Call us on 0113 8800748, emails sales@indigocarhire.co.uk, submit an online enquiry or ‘live chat’ with us.

*The date for Holidays To Return From 12th April is the earliest that these lockdown easing rules come into play and are dependent on various results when it comes to testing, vaccinations and the R number. More information can be found on gov.co.uk.