What makes ESSEX MINIBUSES : Minibus Hire Chelmsford perfect from other firms?
ESSEX MINIBUSES know the importance of trip when you are travelling with your friends or family. Sometimes, a wrong decision in trip can ruin your trip or can lead to unnecessary expenses or delay. To run each and everything perfectly, we have to organise everything before the voyage. The main component which is required for a successful trip is the mode of transportation because a personally dedicated mode of transportation is far convenient and luxurious than local transports.
Our minibuses cover all the major areas of United Kingdom. Driven by well professional drivers who are polite and knowledgeable, always choose a short and safest route to reach the destination. They have clear criminal records, which make sure that they will do nothing wrong that will compromise your security. You just have to sit back, relax and enjoy your journey. Our warm and friendly team would assist you thoroughly in the booking process. You may ask for a cost-effective plan if you are travelling in large groups. They also help you in selecting the minibus which can fulfil your requirements. We do our best to make your trip cheerful and memorable.
All our minibuses are VOSA registered and fully-secured. Our fleet is grouped in various parts i.e. 8-seater minibus, 11-seater minibus, 14-seater minibus and 16-seater minibus. These minibuses can give our customers a wide variety to choose the services depending on their needs.
We believe we are the best and cheapest around. Our service is unrivalled. All drivers are well spoken, fully insured but most of all friendly and helpful. Click here for our prices.
Chelmsford located 30 miles Northeast of London. It`s a beautiful town with historical monuments, astonishing museums and has a vibrant nightlife. There are many elegant and lovely places where you can eat, shop and drink. Chelmsford is the only city in Essex with the open countryside, attractive villages and the flourishing town of South Woodham.
The city name is derived from Ceolmaer's ford which was meant to be close to site of the present High Street Stone Bridge. In 1086, the town was registered with the name Celmeresfort in the Domesday Book, later in 1189 it was changed to Chelmsford.
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