If you’re looking to get away this summer, you might not have to go too far from home to enjoy the perfect holiday. The UK is packed full of beautiful places you can visit. While it isn’t known for its tropical climate, the weather can still get pretty hot. Below you’ll find the top 5 places to head to if you fancy a staycation this summer. Read more
There are times when living in a town can be a bit claustrophobic, you just need to get out, have a drive somewhere different, and have a holiday somewhere fresh, green and amazing. The Cotswolds could be the answer to your dream holiday.
The air is clean, clear and crisp; there are no congested and heavy road traffic areas, lots of picture postcard villages to visit and chocolate box cottages. Nothing could be more enjoyable than hiring a classic car from “Self-Drive Classic Vehicles” and driving a convertible round the countryside, twisting, winding roads and rolling hills.
Wales is a country packed full of beautiful, breath-taking places to visit. If you’re thinking of heading there on your next holiday, it could be a great idea to hire an MRV rental car. Based in the Midlands, MRV car hire has many different offices throughout the country. Hiring a car for your road trip can be a fantastic experience and it could save you money too.
Best Welsh road trips
Once you’ve got your hire car, you need to decide where to head to. There are so many beautiful places in Wales so it helps to research your different options. Below you’ll find some of the best destinations to head to at any time of the year.
Now, that might sound like a derogatory statement about cyclists, however, look at the statement in another way.
When I was taught to drive (not ride a bike) and ever since, I was reminded that “drive like the other guy is going to do the unexpected, pull out of a side road when I was approaching, overtake on a blind bend, open a door when I was going past, whatever you thought no they have seen me, they will not do that, guess they will”.
You do not have to pay these fines – wow, how come? it must be illegal, Read on . . .
We can all think of at least one consequence of receiving notices (still delivered by post – how 20th century is that?) Not just a possible fine, but increased insurance premiums too.
First and foremost we are NOT in the Midlands (of England that is)
So we kept the name but use the abbreviation MVR.
We also have a couple of other companies in our group that use the same initials – Motor Vehicle Rental and Motor Vehicle Repairs.
So, if you are in the West of England (we are also very close to our much respected neighbours – WALES) and you require a car, van, or bus (up to 17 seats) You will find MVR (in whatever guise) very very knowledgeable and informed about what you can get, how much it costs, and what YOUR best options are. Emphasis on Yours not ours.