Bracknell, in Berkshire, enjoys good road links and is located midway between the M3 and M4 - to which it is joined by the A329(M). Bracknell is also on the main railway line to London's Waterloo station. All this makes Bracknell an extremely popular base for businesses and commuters alike.
Our independent price comparison engine can compare van hire prices in Bracknell to help you find the cheapest van rental deal out there.
At vanrental.co.uk you see prices from many of the UK's biggest van hire companies in one place helping you to save time and money.
Most hire vans are less than two years old. Renting means you can pick the right size van for the job.
The Bracknell we know today is a result of the 1949 New Towns Act, which resulted in large amounts of new housing and business accommodation being built to expand the town and provide homes to emigrants from London. Bracknell has since become a major commuter and commercial location in its own right.
Several large companies have or have had their UK headquarters in the town - including BMW, 3M, Racal and the Met Office (prior to their move to Exeter). The town's population of nearly 110,000 are housed in a number of well-defined neighbourhoods - the result of careful planning when Bracknell was expanded as a new town. Today, Bracknell continues to expand and its town centre has undergone some regeneration to help meet the demands of today's growth, which far exceed that originally envisaged by the new town plan.
Despite its good transport connections, Bracknell is actually in the heart of rural Berkshire and sits on the edge of Crowthorne and Swinley Woods. It is close to the nearby villages of Binfield, Winkfield and Warfield and the town is itself built on the site of the former village of Easthampstead. Bracknell is also close to the horse racing town of Ascot.
As you would expect from such a large, busy town, van hire in Bracknell is not a problem - there are plenty of local van rental companies offering a wide choice of hire vans: