• High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van
  • High top van

High top van

Engine 2000cc Petrol

Transmission : Automatic

Seating: 3 seats

Cargo Area: 2.9m long, 1.4m wide, 1.5m tall

Stereo: Sony or JVC Radio USB, AUX

High top van has no seat at the back but a big cargo space for moving extra-large objects. It takes a queen size bed and solid queen size base with ease. It can also take a king size bed. Capable of moving an average bedroom load with one trip. Also great for DIY jobs.

Our vans are well maintained and fuel efficient. Some of them come with a towbar for towing a light trailer if more room is needed.

This type of vehicle will not fit into standard underground car parks. It has a height of 2.4M. It is longer and much taller than a normal car, and they are designed to turn sharp when steering. We recommend taking corners extra wide and be extra cautious when turning and reversing this type of vehicles.

Keep your full driving licence on you at all times while driving.

Minimise distractions: Don't let passengers distract you. Keep your eyes on the road. Before taking off, set up the vehicle with the correct driving position including driver’s seat, steering wheel and rearview mirrors.

Buckle up: Everyone in the vehicle must wear a seatbelt.

Keep left: In New Zealand we drive on the left hand side of the road.

Don’t drive tired and avoid alcohol: Be well rested before your trip and avoid alcohol.

Keep your distance: Keep a generous following distance and increase it as you speed up.

Speed limit: Read road signs to make sure you drive under the speed limit. If the vehicle you hired is a truck, your open road speed limit is 90km/hr. Also drive to the conditions of the road; as weather and road surface changes can change the visibility and stability of the car.

Set up your phone on hands free (driving while using a phone is illegal in NZ). Work out how to use your air conditioning system, stereo and set up GPS unit before taking off.

Plan ahead: Check the weather and road closures before your travel.

Keep your full driving licence on you at all times while driving.

Minimise distractions: Don't let passengers distract you. Keep your eyes on the road. Before taking off, set up the vehicle with the correct driving position including driver’s seat, steering wheel and rearview mirrors.

Buckle up: Everyone in the vehicle must wear a seatbelt.

Keep left: In New Zealand we drive on the left hand side of the road.

Don’t drive tired and avoid alcohol: Be well rested before your trip and avoid alcohol.

Keep your distance: Keep a generous following distance and increase it as you speed up.

Speed limit: Read road signs to make sure you drive under the speed limit. If the vehicle you hired is a truck, your open road speed limit is 90km/hr. Also drive to the conditions of the road; as weather and road surface changes can change the visibility and stability of the car.

Set up your phone on hands free (driving while using a phone is illegal in NZ). Work out how to use your air conditioning system, stereo and set up GPS unit before taking off.

Plan ahead: Check the weather and road closures before your travel.

New Zealand road rules

NZ weather

State Highway info

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