Daily Car Hire Rates in Scotland
*daily rates in Scotland based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
Whether you are travelling to Edinburgh or Glasgow on business or taking a holiday in the Highlands, hiring a car in Scotland is the easiest and most comfortable way of getting around this beautiful country. Rhino has many locations dotted all over Scotland where you can pick your hire car up from as well as all the main airports such as Glasgow Airport, Aberdeen Airport and Edinburgh Airport.
If you are travelling on business why not hire one of our more prestigious vehicles so you can arrive in style and comfort. Some of the models we have on offer are the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes E Class and Audi A4. If you've not visited Scotland before and are unfamiliar with the area and roads, you can choose to have sat nav included with your car rental, which is one of the many optional added extras we can offer you to customise your car hire booking.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Scotland car hire
Hello, can you please advise... We want to book with your company but understand there are blocks put on credit cards (for excess) What is the cost of this?
Hi, if you can please confirm the date and location you require the vehicle then I can get a quote for you.
Hi, I'm looking at hiring the Nissan x trail or similar can you tell me if that's a 7 seater?
The Nissan X-Trail is a 5 seater. We have a Peugeot 5008 or similar available which is a 7 seater.
Hi, if we rent a car with the credit card of the first driver and we have a second additional driver, can the second driver return the car without the first driver present?
Yes, that is fine as long as the main driver and additional driver are both present when collecting the car.
Scotland Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Scotland is part of the United Kingdom and approximately 5.2 million people live there.
- The climate is changeable and the lowest ever temperature recorded was -27.2 °C.
- The national flower in Scotland is the thistle.
- A tradional Scottish dish is haggis which is meat (usually offal such as liver and heart) minced with onion, suet, oatmeal and spices then traditionally cooked in the animal's stomach.
- The national day is St Andrew's Day which is celebrated on 30th November.
Fuel Prices in Scotland by Month
Scotland Mini Guide
Scotland covers an area which makes up over one third of Great Britain; it is part of the UK with borders to England in the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west and the North Sea to the east. The capital city of Scotland is Edinburgh, which is one of the largest financial centres to be found in Europe. Although Scotland is part of the United Kingdom, it has its own government; the Kingdom of Scotland was formed in 1707, making Scotland an Independent state.
There are five international airports in Scotland these being Inverness Airport, Glasgow Prestwick Airport, Aberdeen Airport, Edinburgh Airport and Glasgow International Airport. Scotland is also gifted with a great road system, featuring motorways and major trunk roads into almost every area of the country, along with an expansive rail system. Rhino can supply car hire at Glasgow Airport and if you are flying into Aberdeen we also have locations for car hire at Aberdeen Airport.
The largest city to be found in Scotland is Glasgow; it is also the third most highly populated city in the UK. Shortly after the Industrial Revolution, Glasgow became a world centre for shipbuilding and heavy engineering and during Victorian times Glasgow was recognised as being the second most important industrial city in the entire British Empire. Glasgow makes a great choice of location from which to explore the rest of Scotland, especially if you choose to rent your own vehicle as the weather in Scotland can be extreme even in summer months. There are a host of interesting sites and points of interest to be found within a days drive of Glasgow, making it a great place from which to take day trips or excursions.
Possibly the most well-known place close to Glasgow is Loch Lomond. This is the largest natural lake to be found anywhere in the British Isles, being 24 miles long and half a mile across at its widest point. In recent years Loch Lomond has been incorporated into the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, and in a recent survey of the UK it was named the 6th greatest natural feature of Great Britain.
Loch Lomond has a whole host of activities available to the visitor; the famous Loch Lomond Golf Club hosts many national and international events each year including the Scottish Open. Due to its incredible scenery and outstanding natural beauty, Loch Lomond has become a favourite boating area; the lake is available for use for all kinds of boating from kayaking through to inland cruising. In recent years the National Park Authority has attempted to reach some form of equilibrium with regards to balanced use of Loch Lomond between land-based tourism and water users, the result of this has been that in many areas of Loch Lomond a speed limit has been imposed of no more than 10 km per hour, in other areas of the Lake this speed limit raises to 90 km per hour.
One of the major sporting events in the Scottish calendar is the Scottish Rally; this popular event has taken place within Dumfries in south-west Scotland for the last 12 years. The rally forms one of the rounds of the Scottish Rally Championships with its headquarters at Dumfries Ice Bowl. Several other major international and national rallies take place in Scotland each year including the Five of Clubs Championship, the Brick and Steel Ecosse 205 Championship and the Scottish Borders Rally Championship.
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