Car & Van Hire in Wolverhampton

Enterprise car hire locations in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is a vibrant city in the heart of the West Midlands. The iconic Prince Albert statue in Queen Square serves as an instantly recognisable landmark in this welcoming city. Although not among the most well-known tourist attractions in the United Kingdom, Wolverhampton is a bustling destination for entertainment and shopping. Enterprise’s conveniently located branches in the city centre and north Wolverhampton provide a variety of vehicles to serve you during your visit.

Wolverhampton Car Hire FAQs

The essential items you will need to bring to an Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch when hiring a vehicle are a valid drivers licence, valid ID, and a credit or debit card. You will also need to prove you are over 25 years of age, and there may be additional documentation required for international drivers. Learn more about what you need when hiring here.

No. At Enterprise you don't need to purchase insurance as we provide a damage waiver within the cost of your hire. You can, of course, take option to purchase additional protection products to reduce the excess further to give you complete peace of mind. Visit our car hire insurance page for further details.

All drivers must be a minimum of 25 years old. Only drivers over 30 years old may hire full-size MPVs, premium vehicles/exotic cars and Luton vans. Younger drivers might be interested in Enterprise Car Club. Learn more about age requirements for hiring a vehicle here.

All drivers must present a full valid driving license. If the driving license is written in a language and characters different to those of the country of rental, an International Driving Permit is also required.  Learn more about car hire driving licence requirements here.

We accept payment by either a debit or credit card in the name of the renter. A credit card is required if you are renting a People Carrier, Compact Elite, SUV, Premium, Luxury or Executive vehicle. Learn more about our accepted card payment methods here.

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Our Vehicles For Hire In Wolverhampton

We offer car hire deals on a selection of saloons, SUVs and vans, and other options that will allow you to travel in comfort during your visit. When you rent with Enterprise, you will set your own schedule, ensuring you're on time during your stay. Our modern and safe fleet of reliable vehicles offers plenty of choices, whether you are travelling alone or with a large group.

From small mini cars to larger saloons with plenty of space, we have a vehicle that suits your budget. Our range of people carriers gives you more space when a vehicle with five seats is not large enough. We also supply SUVs for travellers who need more power in addition to additional space and comfort. Vans are ideal if you are planning a renovation project or moving to a new home.

Attractions In Wolverhampton

The main attractions in the city centre are easily accessible, especially if you are staying in the surrounding area. Wolverhampton Art Gallery is home to one of the top collections of pop art in the UK. It includes works by famed American artist Andy Warhol. West Park is a Victorian era park close to the city centre and boasts a lake, bandstand and conservatory. Attractions in and around the city that are linked to King Charles II include Moseley Old Hall. During the Battle of Worcester in 1651, Charles II hid at Moseley Old Hall. The 17th-century farmhouse sits between the A449 (Stafford Road) and the A460 (Cannock Road), south of the M54. During the same battle, the timber-framed Boscobel House also served as a refuge for the monarch.

Wolverhampton’s culture and sport are highlights for any visitor. The Grand Theatre stages acclaimed productions, while music lovers can appreciate leading musicians at the Civic Hall. Catching a football match is also a must while in the city – Molineux Stadium is the home of the Wolverhampton Wanderers. A founding member of the Football League, the Wolves is one of England’s oldest football clubs. Horse racing enthusiasts will appreciate the all-weather Wolverhampton Race Course. Wolverhampton also has several golf courses, including the South Staffordshire Golf Club, north-west of the city centre. Originally designed in 1908 by Harry Vardon, the golf course is one of the best in the Midlands.

Places To Visit Outside Wolverhampton

Our affordable car hire services bring the nearby countryside of Shropshire closer. Quiet and rural, the county is home to historic houses and castles. It also provides a stunning backdrop for walkers looking to experience wildlife in a variety of habitats. Shropshire is known for its lively market towns, including Ludlow and Shrewsbury. The market town of Bridgnorth was at one time among Europe’s busiest river ports. The banks of the Severn and the surrounding countryside are now an escape for anglers and walkers. Highlights include the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway, a Victorian funicular that links the High Town and Low Town.

Shropshire played an important role in the Industrial Revolution. A testament to the area’s industrial heritage is the Iron Bridge. Spanning the Ironbridge Gorge, it was the first iron bridge of its kind when it was built in 1779. The gorge provided coal, iron ore, limestone and other minerals that helped fuel the early Industrial Revolution. The bridge and gorge are now recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Weston Park in Weston-under-Lizard is a country house nestled among more than 1,000 acres of landscaped parkland. Located 10 miles northwest of Wolverhampton, the 17th-century property is home to a collection of more than 30,000 pieces of art and other artefacts.

Airport Car Hire

Birmingham Airport serves Wolverhampton and the surrounding area. The airport is one of the UK’s busiest and offers flights to destinations across the UK and Europe, as well as North America and Asia. Birmingham Airport is less than an hour’s drive southeast of Wolverhampton. With a convenient location at Birmingham Airport, Enterprise makes sure you can travel without hassle between the airport and Wolverhampton. You can travel to your hotel or any other destination with a range of vehicle options from our Birmingham Airport location.

Parking And Traffic Information In Wolverhampton

Several car parks across the city provide convenient spots to leave your vehicle when visiting Wolverhampton to enjoy a concert, engage in some retail therapy or visit historic attractions. The city centre has several council and private car parks, including facilities close to Wolverhampton Civic Hall, the University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre and the city centre’s major shopping destinations, including the Mander Centre. Pay and display machines are used for on-street parking throughout Wolverhampton’s city centre and elsewhere in the city. On-street pay and display parking is generally available for up to two hours in the city centre.

Cheap Van And Car Hire

Enterprise Rent-A-Car offers hassle-free, affordable car hire, with a large choice of vehicles on fleet and in stock. Enterprise guarantees cheap rates on car hire from all our Wolverhampton branch. Our range of modern economy cars are comfortable and reliable, but also fuel efficient, which keeps running costs low. Book online today and explore Wolverhampton and its surrounding areas at a price which suits any budget.

Whether you’re moving to a different city or just simply picking up some flat pack furniture, Enterprise Rent-A-Car's extensive range of new, reliable vans at our Wolverhampton branch will get you and your goods on the road and to your destination in safety and comfort. Choose from our large fleet of commercial and passenger vans online today.