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Car rental in Hull
Hull—or Kingston upon Hull—was the United Kingdom’s 2017 City of Culture and continues to offer visitors numerous reasons for visiting via rental car, not least for a visit to the architectural feat of The Deep and numerous (free!) museums. While you won’t need a car to explore Hull’s city center, the rest of the city is quite comfortable to drive in and through, making Hull an excellent base for self-drive explorations of Yorkshire and beyond. Here is a brief guide to finding the cheapest car hire in Hull.
When you pick up your rental car in Hull, remember that traffic drives on the left-hand side of the road.
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Rental cars in Hull are available in three locations: downtown, at the Paragon Railway Station, and Hull West. Car hire in Hull starts at €20 a day year-round.
Tips for Cheap Car Hire in Hull
For the most availability and cheapest price on rental cars, book your car hire in downtown Hull. Regardless of what time of year you plan to visit Hull, you can typically find economy rental cars for €20 or less. Keddy by Europcar and Firefly are among the companies that offer the cheapest rental cars in Hull.
If you are travelling to Hull outside of the popular summer tourist season, you may be able to get even better deals on rental cars by booking your Hull car hire just days or weeks before you arrive. As long as economy rental cars are still available, the price of last-minute car hire in Hull drops to around €15 a day!
Key Things to Remember When You Rent a Car in Hull
Speed limits in Hull
Speed limits are strictly enforced in and around Hull and have been reduced in busy locations over the past few years.
Any roads with street lighting in and around Hull have a speed limit of 30 miles per hour, unless otherwise indicated. The street lights themselves are intended to convey the speed limit of 30 mph to all drivers.
Most rural roads have a speed limit between 30 and 50 mph in the direct vicinity of Hull.
Otherwise, the national speed limit for motorways is 60 to 70 mph.
Parking in Hull
There are numerous car parks throughout central Hull, and prices rise the closer you leave your car to city center. At the central-most car parks, one hour of parking typically costs £1. However, you can park at the car parks on Francis Street and Trippett Street for £3 a day Monday through Saturday and for £1 a day on Sundays. These car parks are free 6 pm to 8:30 am.
Street parking in city center is regulated by time and fee every day of the week. You can park for a maximum of 2 hours on the street in central Hull, which costs £3.20. Every 12 minutes of parking costs 30 pence.
Toll roads near Hull
The A15 Humber Bridge is the only tolled roadway near Hull.
Tolls cost around £1.50 for each passing and are payable via cash at the toll booth. If you plan on driving your rental car across the Humber Bridge often during your visit to Hull, consider paying online. You can find more information for doing so at https://humberbridge.co.uk.
Ferries connect Hull to nearby Rotterdam, Netherlands and Zeebrugge, Brussels. Before you consider taking your Hull rental car on the ferry, however, discuss your plans with your rental car company. Most companies do not permit ferry travel with their hired cars, and if they do, you will certainly need to submit additional paperwork.
Car Rental in Hull: Where to Drive Next
Hull is an excellent waterside base for explorations of central England and is located just 40 miles from York and 60 miles from Leeds, both cultural capitals of the region. However, there are also some excellent destinations in the area that feature unique English landscapes. Drive, for instance, to:
North York Moors National Park. Located just 50 miles north of Hull, the North York Moorland offers visitors beautiful sweeping views of heather-covered hills (visit in July or mid-August to see different sorts of heather in bloom!), walks through native woodlands, architectural ruins and residences alike that display aspects of English history, and a 26-mile long dinosaur coast rife with fossils.
Yorkshire Dales National Park. Located 85 miles northwest of Hull, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is a still larger national park offering visitors classic views of the English countryside and respite from the city.
Beverly (just 12 miles north of Hull) and Lincoln (45 miles south of Hull) are both nice towns to explore on a free day in the Hull area.
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