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Cheap, Good Car Hire at Calais Ferryport
You can book good, but cheap, car hire at Calais Ferryport with reputable well known companies. Have a quote emailed or make the decision now and book today. The vehicle range is extensive, but book early and check times of ferries against depot opening hours.
Who Get Car Rental From at Calais Ferryport
The suppliers we use are Citer, Budget and Europcar, and they have discounted their usual rates to encourage you to book early through a company like ourselves. The vehicles and level of service you get is the same, but just at a cheaper price. All the usual covers are included like unlimited mileage and breakdown recovery.
About Calais Ferryport
The Port of Calais can be said to serve two seas, depending which side of the water you come from. It is either The Channel, or Le Manche (The Sleeve). Calais Port is directly connected via the autoroute bypass to the A26 motorway which will provide access to Southern Europe avoiding chaotic Paris. A fre shuttle bus connect the ferry port to Place D Armes plus the central Calais Ville railway station. The car rental depots are visible as you disembark from the Calais ferry and rental returns are well signposted.
More on Calais Ferryport Car Rental
Car hire at Calais Ferry Port comes with all the benefits and features you need and expect and include complimentary breakdown assistance, fully comprehensive insurance and unlimited miles. Some cars even come with built in sat navigation so never lost again. We also have a wide choice of cars with both automatic and manual shift gears.
Some of the many cars on offer include a wide selection from Citroen that include the Citroen C3 Picasso, Berlingo, C4 Picasso Diesel and Grand Picasso Automatic. This is only a small sample of our wide range of our French fleet of rental cars in stock.
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