###Car Hire in Manchester This information is correct as of June 2015
Manchester is home to points of interest such as Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester Museum, National Football Museum, along with Manchester Arena. Get around Manchester through the car hire operators that provide rent-a-car services throughout the whole city. Self-drive and see what the city has to offer.
###Where to hire a car in Manchester Car hire providers that operate from within Manchester include well-known names, along with independent companies like Salford Car Hire, Manchester Van Hire, Elliotts Van Hire, Car Hire 3000, Sixt Car Hire, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Europcar Manchester, National Car, Alamo Car Rental, Budget Car Hire, and Hertz Rent-a-Car, to name a few. Get in touch with Sixt at +44 844 248 6620; Europcar at +44 371 384 3467; National at +44 161 834 3020; Salford at +44 161 833 0771; in addition to others.
###What to expect when hiring a car from Manchester Manchester experiences typical moderate to heavy traffic towards the city centre, especially during the rush hours. Along with the roads that operate throughout the city, Manchester tram, namely “Metrolink” or “Met” has seven lines that go Altrincham - Victoria - Bury; Altrincham - Piccadilly; Ashton-under-Lyne - Piccadilly - Victoria - Bury; Eccles - Piccadilly; MediaCityUK - Piccadilly; East Didsbury - Victoria - Oldham - Rochdale; and Manchester Airport - Cornbrook. Please be advised that in general, it is best to drive safely and take care of the rented vehicle like it is your own. We also recommend to keep an eye on the respective levels of the car, always check the battery, water, and oil to ensure that the vehicle operate with these aspects at their proper levels.
###Getting to your destination Some of the stops that should be visited when within the Manchester and its surrounding areas include Salford, Droylsden, and Middleton. Self-drive to these destination and experience what the destinations has to offer first hand. We have provided these easy to understand direction to work as a quick reference.
Salford features landmarks like Barton Swing Aqueduct, Ordsall Hall, Kersal Cell, and Salford Cathedral, to name a few.
When driving to Salford from the Manchester, expect heavy traffic at times. The total drive will take around 22 minutes or 3.2 miles. Get down Fountain St, High St, and Shudehill to reach Miller St/A665 after 0.6 miles or five minutes. After that, take A6042 as well as A6 just to reach Cross Ln in Salford after two miles or nine minutes. Get to Salford by taking Churchill Way for 0.7 miles or an additional two minutes.
Working as a town within the Greater Manchester area, Droylsden was a former mill town and is now home to approximately 23,000 inhabitants. In the past, it was popularly called as “The Silly Country.”
Droylsden from Manchester takes 23 minutes or 4.4 miles. Drive down York St to reach Fountain St after 0.1 miles. Also, get to the destination after driving down A662 for 4.2 miles or 17 minutes then turn left at the stop, Droylsden.
A town within the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale., Middleton offers Tonge Hall, St. Leonard’s Church, Alkrington Hall, Old Boar’s Head Inn, in addition to many more. Middleton is reachable from Manchester through a 27-minute drive that extends 5.1 miles. Drive down York St for 0.1 miles to reach Fountain St. Also get down to A664 for five miles then reach Middleton after the last five miles or 19 minutes down A664.