We’re Hiring

We are looking for a full time Valeter/Driver to join our team Average 40 hours a week. Person Specification: • Outgoing • Team Player • Hold a Full Driving Licence Our vehicles are checked in and cleaned between each hire, you will ensure that each vehicle is prepared to our high standards before it is hired out to the next customer. You must hold a full clean, UK license This is a full time role working on average 40 hours per week Monday to Friday, PLUS every other weekend (Saturday 7.30-12.00 and Sunday 7.30-9.30) Benefits: • Holiday Pay • Contributory pension scheme. Job Types: Full-time, Permanent If you or you know of anyone who would be interested in working for us then please email laura@eurodriveuk.com.

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Easter Bonanza 4 days hire for the price of 3!

 This year we are offering 4 days hire for the price of 3! From Friday 30th you can hire any vehicle for 4 days for the price of 3. This offer is valid from: 30th March until 8am on the 3rd April Talk to our team and book your vehicle today Terms and conditions apply

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Happy Retirement Merv !

Ladies & Gentleman this week we had some super sad news  that our wonderful Merv has decided to retire. We are deeply saddened that he is leaving us after 10 + years, however completely understand it is time for him to put his feet up and enjoy his retirement. He has been an incredible part of the team and brightened up many customers days as he pops in delivering vehicles. You are loved by every member of the team who are all full of admiration for you and your work ethic. Merv we wish you all the happiness and thank you for being such a brilliant member of our team, you will be missed so very much.

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Peculiar Driving Facts from Around the Globe

There are certain things that are akin all around the globe. No matter where you are on the earth, be certain that you will come across at least one really terrible driver and if you are lucky maybe a peculiar traffic rule as well. From pedestrians, laws, car hire, to driving tests – unusual driving facts are all over the globe. As if converting the speed from miles to kilometres and driving on an altogether different side of the road is not enough of a task in an alien country, you will also need to take into account local laws. 1. Russia Fines Drivers of Dirty Cars So, make sure your vehicle is squeaky clean if you are planning a drive on the roads of Russia. Because if not, you might have to bear the consequences of an on the spot fine. 2. No driving tests in Mexico. How strange Mexico! In Mexico, anyone above 18 can buy a licence for about 626 pesos – which is the equivalent of roughly £25. […]

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Top 10 Best Selling Cars in UK 2017

As the year of 2017 comes to an end the best-selling cars in the UK have been announced. Both the first place and third place car are produced by Ford, the Fiesta and Focus respectively, Ford is dominating the new car registration race in Britain. Volkswagen has managed to slip between the two Ford powerhouses with the Golf. Many of these manufacturers and even the specific models are regulars to the list of top selling cars. Many models are updated, redesigned and brought back out for the consumers to continue their relationship with the manufacturer that they trust, love and support. This is often why it is so hard for new models to break into the top selling list in the early years of a vehicle being manufactured. Knowing the British marketplace and the demands that the public has, it is no surprise that compact hatchbacks, with high-end performance and fuel efficiency, are features that drive the top end of the best-selling list. People are looking for vehicles that can […]

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The benefits of a Multi-Purpose Vehicle

  Perfect for the family A multi-purpose vehicle or people carrier will make travelling very convenient and smooth for you and your family. One benefit of these vehicles is that you can pack and carry most of your belongings since it has a lot of space and compartments that are very handy. You will never need to worry about the limited space! Plenty of Room for Everyone Another benefit of a multi-purpose vehicle is that it allows you to travel in a comfortable fashion with your entire family. Do you remember the days when you had to squeeze in your dad’s or a friend’s car that could only seat four people? Most of us had this experience or similar but the benefit of a multi-purpose vehicle is that you can carry a lot of people, up to seven or more individuals and still have space available for luggage, food and other items that you might want to take with you. Better Protection When travelling you want to ensure that your entire family […]

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Servicing your car

As you may know we have our own workshop at Eurodrive and service hundreds of cars every year,  including our fleet and customers cars. I you would like to book your car in for a service with one of our mechanics please get in touch with us today. How often should you service your car? Your car can become an important part of your life , whether you use it to commute to work, weekly family shop,  or everywhere including your holiday.  When you think of how much you rely on your car these reasons alone are enough to make sure that your car is regularly serviced to ensure it is always in good working condition. So, what does regular servicing mean? Most people believe that certain factors should generally be considered when deciding on when your car needs a service. it is recommended that you get your car serviced according to the manufacturers guidelines – on average this is 12,000 miles or every year. In your car owner’s manual, the […]

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Scotland to ban petrol and diesel car sales by 2032

Scotland to ban petrol and diesel car sales by 2032. Scotland has laid out an elaborate plan that will see the phasing out of the sale of new diesel and petrol cars by 2032, which is eight years ahead of the proposed time scale set out by the London government.This is because of some measures the government has taken to improve the economy of that region. In July, our government said the move is aimed at reducing pollution in the greater United kingdom, replicating plans by other cities such as Mexico City, Athens and Madrid. Since Scotland accounts for approximately 10 percent of the car market in Britain, the First Minister spelt out plans to for a deposit return scheme for cans and bottles, and to expand electrical car charging locations. She also outlined a plan to phase out the requests for new diesel vehicles by 2032, and the establishment of low emissions zones in at least the four largest cities in Scotland’s by 2020. Interviews by a journalist at The […]

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The Adventures of Tracey the Transit

We know our vehicles are used for a whole range of reasons; A large car to fit everyone in for the family holiday A people carrier to get everyone to football A Minibus to get everyone to the races A Van to collect that new sofa A Luton to help you move house Whatever the reason we will happily help you along the way. One vehicle has recently been on adventure of  a lifetime, we would like to introduce you to @MissFarnaby’sTravels which follows the adventures of a PINK VW T3 Campervan. Unfortunately Miss Farnaby became unwell a few weeks ago, luckily Eurodrive were able to come to the rescue and supply Tracey the Transit. Tracey stepped up to take part in a tour of the Scottish Highlands. Pictures are all courtesy of Miss Farnaby’s Travles –thank you for allowing us to share these. We are all making sure Tracey hasn’t got the holiday blues to badly now she is back home in Oxfordshire and we are glad Miss Farnaby […]

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7 Fun Facts about Driving Tests in the UK

There are some funny facts about driving tests in the UK that I’m very sure you have never heard of. For starters, a fact about practical driving exams you probably never heard of is that in the early years, driving tests were suspended mainly because they took a long time to rebuild road networks damaged during the war. Furthermore, during the Suez Crisis, driving tests were halted again between November 1956 and April 1957. Before the days of the theory and hazard perception test, obtaining a driving license was much easier, or was it? Here are seven other facts about driving tests in the UK: How Driving Tests Used to be Did you know? The UK driving exam has been altered drastically since it was first introduced 80 years ago. In May 1975, the use of arm signals was removed from the driving test. In April 1991, the reverse parking manoeuvre was introduced to the practical driving exam as a required element. In 2003 there was the introduction of ‘Show […]

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