Car Hire in Harrow
hiyacar makes it simple to hire a car in Harrow. Use our filters to find your perfect vehicle, and in just a few clicks you’ll be able to place a booking. We have a huge selection of great cars available in Harrow, with plenty of different options to choose from. There are no deposits required, and no hidden fees to worry about either. Simply choose your vehicle and get ready to drive it away.
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Hiring a car in Harrow: 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 Harrow 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 Harrow!
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 Harrow
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 Harrow
Harrow is one of London’s quieter boroughs, but that doesn’t mean you’ll struggle to find things to do here. In Harrow, there are many great activities to choose from, with plenty to keep the whole family entertained. Head out for an adventurous experience at Harrow’s climbing centre, indulge in retail therapy at one of Harrow’s top shopping centres or enjoy a cultured afternoon at a Harrow museum.
If you’ve ever wondered about the history of Harrow then a visit to Headstone Manor and Museum is a great museum to visit. It has four buildings, one built in the 14th century. There are guided tour options and a cafe to have a cup of tea or a light bite in.
Harrow on The Hill
Often put forward as one of the most picturesque parts of London. Pretty streets, churches and buildings make it a lovely area to stroll around on a quiet day. If the weather picks up and you need to find some shelter, consider St. Mary’s Church or The Castle pub.
Harrow Arts Centre
Around Hatch End station, towards the Pinner area, you’ll find the Harrow Arts Centre. There’s plenty on offer here, whether theatre, music, dance, and spoken word poetry. If you’re getting hungry it also has some food options available. As the name suggests, you’ll also find art exhibitions in The Gallery, alongside workshops to learn new skills and hobbies.
Harry Potter Studio Tour
If you fancy taking your Hiyacar on a bit of a drive, consider taking a half hour drive to the Harry Potter Studios. For the Harry Potter fans out there and even the people who aren’t quite as interested, there’s plenty to keep yourselves entertained and mesmerised.
St George’s Shopping Centre
St George’s is the go to place for shopping in Harrow. This vast shopping centre is split over several levels, so you’ll find no shortage of different shops here. There’s also a cinema, and if you’re looking for a place to refuel after a hard day’s shopping you’ll love the huge selection of restaurants.
Bentley Priory Museum
Bentley Priory Museum is dedicated to the Battle of Britain, and tells the story of how the battle was won. The museum is located within a beautiful mansion house, with stunning grounds to explore. There are exhibitions on technology, leadership and courage during the famous battles, with special dedications to the battle’s aircrews and Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding.
The Neasden Temple
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, or the Neasden Temple, is known as Britain’s first authentic Hindu temple. The building itself is nothing short of sensational. It’s well worth a visit if you’re planning on exploring Harrow. Visitors can take tours of the temple, and there are plenty of opportunities to learn about the building and Hindu culture.