There are many reasons why you might need to hire a van this September, but I bet you didn’t think moving your child to University would be one of them!
Going to university is one of the most exciting times of your child’s life. However, no matter how far ahead you plan, the process of packing for university and moving into halls of residence can be a confusing and daunting one.
What should your teen take? Do they really need that many going out outfits? How many plates will they need? What about towels?
As they take time to go through their rooms during the summer and start to pack, it becomes apparent that they’re going to need to take quite a lot of belongings.
Not only do they need to take the essentials such as electrical items, clothing, kitchen utensils and bedding, they also require things for every eventuality. Don’t underestimate the need for flip flops in shared shower rooms and a mattress protector to put on a bed that isn’t theirs.
So that’s it: you’ve bought everything they need to get through the first few weeks at least. And once you’ve finished packing, you then face the challenge of transporting all that luggage.
The last thing you anticipated was whether everything would fit into your car.
Then once all the suitcases and boxes start to pile up, realisation hits. But, the last thing you need to worry about is how you are going to take everything from their bedrooms to their new home for the next three years.
SSH Self Drive could be the answer to your prayers, meaning you don’t have to worry about leaving anything behind and perhaps you even can fit in more of the family for a teary farewell!
Our wide range of vehicles means we will definitely have something to suit yours and your family’s needs.
A larger car may do the job or you might want to take full advantage of the great deals we have available on our van hire!
Hiring with us is easy. Let us ensure your once little girl/boy, have everything they need to settle into their new home.
You can book online or contact our expert customer advisors now.