Our fleet consist of many exceptional quality rental vehicles, from estates, to convertibles, sports cars and 4x4s, including luxury brands like Jaguar, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Each booking can be enhanced with a range of add-ons to suit you, choose from navigation systems, additional driver coverage, internet to go, child seats and unlimited mileage.
Choosing a vehicle
- Smaller cars are ideal for short trips or city-based travel
- Vans are great if you will be moving home or transporting larger items across the country
- Long distances can be covered in comfort with saloon cars
- Minibuses are perfect for groups, we have seven seat and nine seat versions
- If there are five of you plus luggage, a 4x4 will provide space for everything
Whether you are renting or driving a car from us, you will need to have held a valid UK driving license for at least five years. Drivers from abroad will need a national licence along with an international driving permit. If your licence is printed in Japanese, Arabic, Cyrillic or another non-Roman alphabet, an International Driving License is essential.
To rent a car in Ireland with us you should have held your driving license for five years at least, and be over 21 years of age.
At 21 you can hire salon cars like the Seat Leon, Mercedes-Benz A-Class or the Vauxhall Astra. Along with automatics like the Skoda Superb Auto. However, for an extra charge people under 25 can also hire a wider range of vehicles including the Toyota Corolla, the Ford Ka, or the Peugeot 308 Auto.
At 25 you can choose from a range of saloons, like the BMW 1ER Series, larger vehicles like the Toyota Rav and people carriers like the Ford Galaxy.
For most larger vans and trucks, the minimum age is 30. People under 25 and over 80 will need to show documentation proving they have driven accident-free for the past five years.
We'll provide you with a full tank before you set off and we ask that you refuel when your car rental in Ireland comes to an end. You can also choose to buy a full tank as part of your booking, then return the car without refuelling.
Paying for your rental
You'll need to pay for your car hire in Ireland using a credit card, we currently accept all major cards including Diners Club, American Express, Visa and MasterCard. You cannot pay using cash, cheque, a prepaid card, or debit card. The card you use should be registered to the driver's name and valid for the duration of your trip.
Always let the Gardaí know if you have any kind of accident in a rental vehicle by dialling 999, you can also use this number to request an ambulance if anyone is injured. You should report any damage to your rental car by calling us on 00 353 1 235 2030. An accident report form is included with your vehicle documents, so please fill this in before your car rental in Ireland ends.