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The VW California camper is a favorite for campervan vacations and is offered for rent by several UK brands. Use our search tool to check availability and prices across multiple companies.
In general, vintage VW campervans are not offered by the major motorhome rental companies. However, they may be available from specialized rental companies.
Generally, no. Land in the UK is usually privately owned, and it is not possible to wild camp without obtaining prior approval. Doing so without approval is a breach of the law.
As wild camping (free camping) laws can vary in the UK, it pays to check in advance to find out the rules and regulations for the area you’re planning on traveling to. In England and Wales, it is illegal without prior approval, but in Scotland, for example, the laws can be much more relaxed.
Campsites are widely available in the UK, however, and are quite affordable, starting at around £12 per night. Many national parks also allow you to camp overnight. Details can be found here: https://www.nationalparks.uk/visiting/outdoor-activities/camping.
Check with the local government or a visitor information center if you are unsure of the regulations in a specific area.
Yes, some rental companies in the UK are pet friendly. These include McRent, Camper Rental UK, Just Go, Apollo, Bunk Campers, Rent Easy, Easy Campervan Hire, and Rockin Vans.
Spaceships and AUK Motorhome Hire do not allow pets in their vehicles.
With all these companies, approval must be obtained prior to your rental. A service fee will also be charged.
It is your responsibility to ensure the cleanliness of the vehicle and you will be liable for any damages caused as a result of bringing a pet on board.
The renter is also responsible for the safe transport of any domestic animals according to local regulations as well as for compliance with any entry restrictions and vaccinations.
Yes, many rental companies allow travel into Europe with your rental vehicle, and this can be a popular way to get the most out of your vacation.
To access parts of Europe, you will need to take a ferry, which must be booked in advance and is the responsibility of the renter. Booking a ferry is relatively easy, and our support team is available to help with any questions you may have.
Requirements can differ between rental companies, but you will generally need to pay additional insurance. You may also need headlamp converters and a VOH certificate for border crossings. These can usually be rented from the company for a small fee (around £10).
Note that while the UK and Ireland drive on the left side of the road, the majority of Europe drives on the right. Be prepared to make the change and check for any further changes in road rules that may apply.
Most popular locations are open for travel; however, some rental companies may restrict travel to certain countries, such as Russia or Ukraine. Check with your rental company to see if any extra restrictions apply.
Yes, unlimited miles are generally included for standard vehicle rentals in the UK. Our comparison tool will show you if your preferred vehicle has this included or if daily mileage is restricted.
All drivers must have a current and full driver’s license to rent a vehicle. If your license is from the UK it must entitle you to drive a category B vehicle up to 3500kg. If you have demerit points on your license or any convictions, extra fees or restrictions may apply.
Foreign licenses are acceptable if they are in English or accompanied by an accredited English translation, otherwise, an International Driving Permit is required.
Most RV rental companies in the UK require the driver to be 21 years of age or older. In addition, you must have held your license for a specific period of time (generally between 2-5 years). Certain vehicles may be restricted to those under the age of 25.
Enter the driver’s age into our search tool and we will filter available vehicles to match.
Drivers need to hold a full license and additional insurance for young drivers may also be required.
Big Ben is a large clock tower located in Westminster, in the heart of London. This iconic symbol of London is 315 feet tall.
A stroll along the River Thames offers a great view of the tower and surrounding palace area. The tower was completed in 1859 and remains a must-see for visitors.
Formerly known as London Bridge Tower, The Shard is a 95-story skyscraper. This spire-like structure is the tallest building in the United Kingdom.
The tower was designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano. The viewing deck on the 72nd floor offers stunning views of the surrounding city.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in England’s South Coast region. It is recognized as a World Heritage site.
This circle of standing stones is over 13 feet tall. The stones weigh around 25 tons each. Stonehenge continues to be popular and attracts millions of tourists each year.
Located just an hour and a half from London, Stonehenge is a great stop on your UK road trip.