Members of the club can hire our Skoda Fabia or Renault Kangoo electric crew van on an hourly or daily basis.

To become a member of WestWheels you need to do the following:

  1. Join WestWheels Car Club Industrial and Provident Society.  You can join by completing our online form HERE
  2. Register with our partner Moorcar in order to use our booking system and be covered by our insurance.  You can register with Moorcar HERE

You will need your driving licence and national insurance number.

Alternatively,  please email  and we will send you a membership form and joining information or arrange a time to talk you through it on the phone.

Membership costs  are £60 per person per year, paid by £5 monthly direct debit. You will be billed for your membership fee once your application has been accepted and insurance cover confirmed.

We will then send you a copy of our WestWheels Member Handbook.  This will have all the information you need to book and use a WestWheels car, including the code for the key safe and location of the cars.

Our cars are insured through Moorcar – please check you are eligible to drive them under their insurance terms and conditions.

The insurance cover has a £250 excess, which means you pay the first £250 of any damage. Windscreen excess is also £250. Some members purchase individual insurance to cover this insurance excess. Here is one company we know of, but you may want to shop around.

Personal effects are not covered by WestWheels insurance.

Insurance and eligibility of membership

You can use a WestWheels car as long as you join WestWheels Industrial and Provident Society and pay your annual membership.

You must also be eligible to use our insurance, provided to WestWheels through Moorcar.  This states that:

The insured Vehicle shall not be let out on hire to or be driven by:

a)      Hirers have held a valid UK or EU driving licence for less than 2 years.

c)      Persons who have been convicted of an offence in connection with the driving of a motor vehicle or motorcycle and/or have had their driving licence suspended or been given 6 penalty points.  If you are unsure, please ask.

c)      Persons who have a mental or physical defect or infirmity and have been defined as unfit to drive by DVLA.

d)      Persons who have had insurance declined and/or refused and/or special insurance terms imposed as a result of claims experience and/or have had their insurance cancelled bu any Motor Insurer.

There is no minimum or maximum age limit.