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From the unruly wilderness of the Scottish Highlands to the stunning coastal routes of Cornwall and Norfolk, the UK is jam-packed with epic scenery just begging to be explored.

What better way to discover it for yourself than with a road trip? Britain’s extensive and well-maintained A-road network connects some truly stunning places, so all you need to do is rent your car, pick it up and hit the open road.

Grab your one-way car hire at A and drop it off at B – no return leg, no hassle!

Lake District

Length: 31 miles

The A592 slices through the heart of Britain’s greatest national park, the Lake District, taking in the placid waters of Windermere and Ullswater along the way.

The route, which starts in Backborrow and ends in Pooley Bridge, explores England’s beautiful northern fells through a series of winding country lanes and scenic A-roads.

At just over 31 miles long, it’s ideal for a short one-way car hire road trip in the UK.

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Fair fuel policy

A fair fuel policy (also known as full-to-full or same-to-same) means you’ll only pay for the fuel you use. All car rental deals compared on TravelSupermarket come with a fair fuel policy, so you can book your hire car safe in the knowledge there will be no nasty surprises at drop-off. More information on TravelSupermarket’s commitment to fair fuel policies can be found here.

No hidden fees

All rental deals compared on TravelSupermarket include mandatory fees (for example, one-way and young driver surcharges) in your rental quote at the time of booking, meaning you’ll know the full price of your car hire upfront.

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