Friday 2 November 2012

Moving Home in the next few days?

The half term break is nearly over, but of course many people will not have taken a holiday this week.

They don't have school children or work in schools, but they have been covering for colleagues who have taken a break this week.

Suddenly in the next few days it is moving time. The lease has expired on the rental property or you have just signed one and need to move your belongings from A to B and maybe even drop your rubbish off at C.

You can rent a van through Holiday Autos in the UK. Just like hiring a car it is very straightforward to do. Make sure you choose the right size vehicle for your requirements. They offer different sizes and it is important to get the one that will be suitable for the long settee you have. Find out more about Holiday Autos Van Hire Here 2012 is the 25th birthday of Holiday Autos.

So you are hiring a van, don't forget to buy that Van Hire excess insurance from an independent insurance company and save money that way.

There are currently three insurance companies advertising their products on the insurance4carrental.com marketing website.

iCarhireinsurance - insuremyvanhire - Questor Insurance Services

So if you are hiring a van save some money by buying that excess insurance in advance before you collect the vehicle.

You should print off the documentation the insurance company supplies and take it with you to prove to the hire company that you have cover.

Don't forget your driving licence as well. They will probably want to see both the photo identity and paper counterpart. You will need a credit card as well.

Remember a lot of van hire depots are not open on a Sunday so you won't be able to collect or return the vehicle that day unless you been able to arrange something with them.

If you are moving hope it all goes well and if you are looking for Tenants Contents Insurance - there is a great selection being advertised here  

Most people will need a van to move with however as a shopping trolley might just be too small!