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Hertz at Plymouth

Plymouth is one of the shining jewels of the south-west of England. Long a major port and fishing town, feeding Devonians over the centuries, it’s now a heady mix of maritime history and city smarts, with some great waterfront areas. It’s also a fantastic place to use as a base if you’re heading to the beaches along the coast, or driving inland to the rugged beauty of Dartmoor.

Choose van hire in Plymouth from Hertz and you’ll be able to move big and bulky items with ease - perfect for the retail parks such as Drake Circus, Marsh Mills and Crown Hill. You’ll find one of our van pick-up locations at the latter, at the Plymouth B&Q. Our vans are also spacious enough if you’re moving home, or helping a child move into college accommodation - Plymouth is a popular university town.

Pickup Locations Plymouth

  • Plymouth - Commercial Road

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1730, Sa 0900-1400, Su closed

    Address: 21B Commercial Road, , Coxside

    Phone: +44 (0) 843 309 3061**

    **Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone companys access charge

  • Plymouth B&Q

    Opening hours:

    Address: 231 Tavistock Road, , Crownhill Retail Park, , Crownhill



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Driving in and around Plymouth


Van hire in Plymouth really makes all of the ‘Ocean City’ accessible to you. It’s a tremendous city to drive in, with little congestion and rare traffic jams.

There are plenty of parking options in the city centre, including free parking outside many shops and the famous Indoor City Market (or Pannier Market as the locals call it). While you’re restricted to an hour’s parking here, it’s still useful for picking up and dropping off items with your hire van. If you want to park up for a longer duration, there are numerous long-stay car parks in the centre.

Plymouth is well-served by major roads, as you’d expect of a maritime city, with the A38 snaking east out of the city and skirting the south side of Dartmoor National Park as you make your way to Exeter, sat to the north-east. You can leave the A38 and join the A385 for Totnes and the picturesque seaside resorts of Paignton and Torquay.

The A38 also goes west, heading into Cornwall across the Tamar Bridge - this is a stunning valley, and as you drive across to Saltash you’ll be adjacent to one of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s finest bridges. Just before Bodmin this becomes the A30 and is the route to follow for Penzance in the far south-west of Cornwall.

If you need to head north out of Plymouth, take the A386 from the centre and strike out into Dartmoor via Yelverton, Tavistock and up to the north coast at Bideford.

If you have time after you’ve dropped off or picked up, take time to see the Tinside Lido, recently refurbished and perfect for a dip in hot weather. The Barbican is an atmospheric area of cobbled lanes, cafes and restaurants with seafaring history flowing through its veins.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.