In order to be able to drive any of the minibuses, here is what you need to do.
To drive a car, you will need to have a driver's licence and a driver's card. You can apply for a driver's card by clicking here.
To drive a 9-seater, you will need to attend a safety lecture, be at least 19 years of age, have a clean licence of two years and complete an assessment for the vehicle.
To drive a minibus (15 seater), you will need to attend a safety lecture, be at least 21 years of age, have a clean licence of two years and complete an assessment for the vehicle. If you do this assessment, you will not need to complete an assessment for the 9-seater as you will be covered.
Dealines To Book Transport
If you are looking to book transport, please note the timelines below:
Wednesday @ 12pm is the deadline for transport on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Friday @ 12pm is the deadline for transport on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
The Estates Department at Warwick University authorise and issue the drivers cards. You will need to contact them directly for information relating to this.
This will be hosted by Stephen Doubleday supported by Graham Hine and Richard Campbell-Kelly (Insurance Services) on the following dates:
Thursday 6th February 2020 - Time and Location TBC
Thursday 13th February 2020 - Time and Location TBC
Please contact Claire Bullivant.
Vehicle Hire Rates
For Midhire's pricing, please click the link.
Please note, Delivery, Collection & VAT charges also apply but are not factored into the base pricing in the above document. So an accurate quote will be provided on booking.
Minibus Driving Assessments
9-seater and 15-seater assessments available - book here (you must also attend the Safety Lecture).
IMPORTANT: If you book onto an assessment and don't attend, you or your club/society will be charged a £25 fee.
Dates: 10th to 14th February 2020 & 17th to 21st February 2020
All of these documents must be handed into email@example.com
If there is a crash or any accidents, all drivers should report the accident direct to:
Zurich on 01489 882110
Policy number NHE-02CA75-0013
Should an accident occur on no account should liability be admitted. If blame is admitted this could invalidate the University of Warwick Motor Insurance Policy.
All drivers of University or hired vehicles must be aware that failure to report an accident promptly may entitle insurers to repudiate the claim.
Please do this as soon as you can once something happens and inform the Students' Union.