Leading car rental supplier Europcar has just opened its latest UK outlet at Milton Keynes Central Train Station. Europcar offers a full range of options from this new outlet and these range from per hour to long-term hire plus hydrogen and hybrid powered cars to chauffeur drive ones.
At the new branch’s official dedication ceremony, Europcar UK manager Gary Smith was on hand to oversee the proceedings. He noted afterwards that Milton Keynes was perfectly suited to the group’s aim of launching sustainable travel solutions and providing seamless transitions from public transport to car hire.
He carried on by saying Milton Keynes had garnered a well deserved reputation for using innovative green technology and had even scooped the Go Ultra Low City. He explained that this status would go hand in hand with Europcar’s commitment to leading the way with environmentally friendly hybrid, hydrogen and electric vehicles.
Iain Stewart and Mark Lancaster, the MPs for Milton Keynes South and Milton Keynes North respectively, also attended the opening ceremony. Mr Lancaster said the city was glad to welcome Europcar.
The MP also stated that the car hire company would be the perfect complement to the many local and international businesses which now called the southern UK town home. He added that when Milton Keynes was founded half a century ago it had been designed for cars.
Milton Keynes Central is less than a mile from the town centre. It is a stop for mainline trains travelling between London Euston Station and Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and Northampton.