Easirent Wolverhampton Car & Van Hire
Mon-Fri 08:00 until 18:00
Sat 08:00 until 14:00
Sun 09:00 until 12:00
We’re open Bank Holidays!
A small, compact van ideal for transporting small goods and new furniture.
A reliable and versatile van hire customer favourite. Great for removals and some larger jobs.
With a max payload of 1500 kg, this van is often the number one choice when moving large /heavy cargo
LUTON TAIL LIFTS
When you hire a luton van you’ll get a lightweight body and a large storage area. Always a popular choice for home movers.
Parking in Wolverhampton
You will find many car parks in Wolverhampton city centre. They have various restrictions and costs so there is plenty of choice. Most car parks in Wolverhampton are affiliated with the “RingGo app” which allows Drivers to conveniently pay for parking online. Alternatively there is pay-and-display machines for on-street parking.
Please be advised parking can be high in demand on Matchdays especially around the streets near the Wolverhampton FC Ground Molineux Stadium.
Recommended Wolverhampton car parks
– Wolverhampton Station Car Park. Open 24/7 with 832 spaces.
– Wolverhampton Wulfrun Centre. Open Mon-Sat 06:30-22:00, Sun 07:00-18:00 with 570 spaces.
– Wolverhampton Pipers Row. Open 24/7 with 146 spaces.
– RCP at Telecom House, Wolverhampton. Open 24/7 with 58 spaces.
City Centre Driving Information for Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton city centre is surrounded by a major ring road, the A4150. This ring road has several multi-lane roundabouts so you can get to your destination quickly. Traffic in the city of Wolverhampton, even during rush hour, is described as manageable. If you haven’t travelled around Wolverhampton before, we always recommend hiring one of our brand new GPS systems to accompany your hire van.
A brief history of Wolverhampton
A city in the English county of Staffordshire, Wolverhampton is named after Lady Wulfruna who originally founded the town in 985. Fast forward to the 13th century, Wolverhampton specialised in the woollen trade.
Wolverhampton became a major industrial centre around the time of the Industrial Revolution: Steel, car, coal, iron ore – Wolverhampton was a major player. Did you know the first vehicle to hold a land speed record of over 200 mph was produced in Wolverhampton?
The 19th century saw Wolverhampton’s industrial prowess grow more, so much so the South East of the city became known as the “Black Country” due to the heavy industrial population. A wealthy town, many large houses were built but these were later demolished during the 1960’s and 1970’s.
Today Wolverhampton enjoys a good level tourism. Why not visit the RAF Museum? Or visit Bantock House, a Grade II listed building with an abundance of craft treasures and heritage.
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