Towing caravans, mobile homes, trailers and large mobile devices such as wood chippers and electric generators is most easily achieved with a van hire tow bar option. Numerous vehicle hire companies in the UK provide vans or trucks fitted with a tow bar bracket.
Local and national companies advertise van rental tow bar in the Yellow Pages or on the internet. Online vehicle rental brokers offer a convenient one stop service with search engines that check all the leading suppliers’ web sites and offer customers the best deals for their particular requirements.
Van rentals tow bar can be collected from suppliers’ depots, airports and rail stations, or delivered to the homes or business addresses of hirers,. Among the diverse UK mainland pick up points are Inverness Airport, London’s Euston Train Station, the Cornish city of Truro and Hull Port in Yorkshire. Customers can take advantage of the hire company’s open-jaw one way rentals, which offer different pick up and drop off locations.
Van hire tow bar option vehicles are usually in the 3.5 and 7.5 tonne van and truck ranges, although many companies now provide short wheelbase Ford Transit, or equivalent models, with this attachment. The 3.5 tonne flatbed vehicle is big enough to move a portable stage and amplifiers. The tow bar allows for the power generator to be transported at the same time. This is a great fuel, money and time effective selection.
Drivers wishing to hire the bigger 7.5 tonne van hire tow bar, need to be in possession of a Large Goods Vehicles (LGV) C1 licence or to have passed their UK test pre-1997.
All vans offer good mirrors and all round visibility to enable drivers to manoeuvre their vehicle and trailer with ease. Reversing, in particular, is made easier with good mirrors and driver comfort. Most vans offer a radio and CD player, and good heating.