Car Hire in Barking
Check out our collection of Barking hire cars, available to drive right now. If you’re in need of car hire in Barking, you’ve come to the right place. Look through our selection of available vehicles below and use the filters to discover the perfect vehicle for you. Once you’ve found the car that meets your exact requirements, placing a booking is as simple as a few clicks. No need to worry about deposits or hidden costs - we keep our process quick and easy so you can get behind the wheel and on the road in no time.
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Hiring a car in Barking: how it works
It's very simple to rent a car in your local area! All you have to do is:
- Create an account
You'll have to register with us and complete a profile with some information - this does include a driver's license!
- Search for a car
Enter Barking into the search bar, as well as the the ideal times for you to pick up and drop off the vehicle. You'll then be able to see all the cars in your local area that are available to share with you. From there you can also filter these options down by transmission and by vehicle type.
- Make a booking request
Once you've found the vehicle you're looking for, select it and review the associated costs. With that you make your payment at the checkout and wait to hear from the vehicle's owner who'll give you confimation.
- Pick up your car from a neighbour in Barking!
With the booking confirmed, simply meet the owner at the address, confirm the car's condition, mileage and fuel, then you are ready to drive away!
FAQs for Car Rental in Barking
How does dropping off a car work?
With the hiyacar app it’s very simple. Take photos of the exterior of the car with the app, making sure to note any damage if there is any and also record the fuel level. For more information, visit our help centre here.
Who handles the insurance?
We have an insurance policy that will supersede the car Owners policy for the time of hire.
What’s the minimum age to hire a car?
You must be 23 to use our platform, with a clean license and 2 or more years of driving experience. For more information, visit our help centre here.
Things to do in Barking
An area in the midst of a regeneration, Barking boasts a unique mix of old and new featuring beautiful architectural rarities in the form of Edwardian and Victorian housing interspersing modern high-rise apartment buildings. A quiet area with a booming shopping scene and home to some great local restaurants, pubs and family-friendly activities, Barking can be a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of central London. Hire a car in Barking and get on your way to exploring.
Here’s one for the young, and the young at heart. Home to the longest indoor race track in the UK, Capital Karts is very much a fan favourite Barking attraction. Capital Karts is renowned for its professionally designed track totalling to over 1,000m in length. With sessions tailored for kids ages 7+ and adults of all ages, it is definitely worth temporarily swapping your hired car for a go-kart and having a thrilling day out.
Eastbury Manor House
For those looking to experience the rich history of the area, Eastbury Manor House is the perfect choice. A beautiful grade I listed building, this architectural gem is a striking Elizabethan manor complete with a peaceful walled garden and a cobbled courtyard. The manor and its grounds are owned by the National Trust and open to the public 10 months out of the year - so, if you’re looking for a tranquil spot with great elevated views over the Thames, look no further. With the building’s long history, you may even learn a thing or two along the way!
Wellgate Community Farm
If you want a good day out with your kids, why not jump in your hired car and take a trip out to Wellgate Community Farm. This small city farm is something of a hidden gem, boasting a menagerie of animals ranging from cows to rabbits! Alongside the farm there is a beautiful conservation area as well as a small plot selling homegrown fruits and vegetables. The farm also hosts regular workshops from spinning to bee-keeping - there’s even a nationally recognised course in animal care on offer.