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Scooter Hire – Basics to Applying

Jan 18, 2022

Wheels to Work Silverstone is THE scooter hire service for those in the Northants, Beds, Warks, Oxon, Berks, Leics, Bucks, Shrops, Staffs and South Yorks counties. Applying has never been easier!


  1. Firstly, you need two very important documents. One is either a provisional or full driving licence. The other is proof of completing a CBT course.
  2. We’ll then need your application form as well as photographs of your license and CBT (from your phone are fine). Send that and you’re well on your way.
The 'Liberty ABS' logo that features on a side panel of the Piaggio Liberty 125cc scooter.

3. We run a check with our insurers and send a quote of your estimated weekly payments (monthly can also be quoted).

4. We offer two of Piaggio’s finest scooters: the Zip 50, starting from £51 a week, and the Liberty 125, starting from £57 a week. Keep your ear to the ground however, as Wheels to Work will also be providing e-Scooters in the near future.

Several scooters lined up together, with their front lights and wheel the focus.

5. If you are happy with your quote, we can go ahead and take your initial payment. This is always equivalent of a damage deposit plus the first week of hire:

  • For example, if you’re quoted at £57 a week you will be required to pay this plus a £150 damage deposit. The damage deposit is fully refundable at the end of the hire as long as there are no outstanding charges or damage costs.

6. Once that’s sorted, we’ll organise a delivery date getting you out on the road within 7 working days.

Several scooters lined up with their seats the focus.

Simply put, that’s it no complicated applications, no extended waiting period, no stress!

Our team are always on-hand to help whether it be by text, email, or phone call; do not hesitate to get in touch.

Scooter hire at it’s absolute easiest. What are you waiting for? Click here to get started…

The Wheels to Work logo - two bold stick men; one handing over a scooter whilst the other receives it with his hand on one of the handlebars.