The way you rent a car in the UK for only £1

The company DriiveMe offers its customers car rental for only £1. The price even includes insurance, additionally you only need to take into account the cost of gasoline and other charges, for example, toll roads.

Firm DriiveMe already successfully works in France and Spain, its services are used by more than 500 thousand clients, and now it starts its activity in Great Britain.

The company was created by the French - brothers Alexandre and Geoffroy Lambert. First they launched the business in France in 2012, and then in Spain in 2017. At the moment the company cooperates with such companies as Hertz, Avis, Europcar and more than 500 other partners.

The branch in the UK is headed by a cousin of Alexandre and Geoffroy - Trevor Lambert. He said: "We have already revolutionized France and Spain, and I am glad that now people across the UK will be able to use one-way car rentals only for £1. DriiveMe cuts costs for car rental companies and allows the general public to drive for nothing a win-win!"

The main goal of DriiveMe is to balance the large vehicle fleets on car rental and to provide people with a unique opportunity to travel practically for nothing. DriiveMe allow its partners to significantly reduce the cost of transportation of rented cars, gasoline and driver's fees. After all, the customer of DriiveMe for only £1 will take the car back to the desired city.

Cars are available for rent from 24 to 72 hours. One-way car rental costs only £1, and it includes full complex insurance.

The first routes that are now available and launched in the UK, are located between Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as the airport of Manchester and London Heathrow. But soon more routes will appear, for now they are at the development stage.

More information, as well as car rental can be found on the official website of the company - http://www.driveme.co.uk/

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