Planning your trip

Our handy guides will help you feel prepared, and who knows, may even inspire your big adventure.

Before you get going, there are a few things to consider

These resources will answer some common questions and outline any tasks you should do before setting off on your grand adventure.

Who is eligible to drive?

Before you book with Swift Go, it’s important that you check your eligibility to hire and drive one of our motorhomes.

Check if you can drive

Do I need a special licence?

  1. No, all Swift Go vehicles are under 3,500kg so can be driven on a standard Category B licence.

See what’s included

Everything you need to explore the great outdoors is included - all for one simple price.

What's included?

What documentation do you require?

There are some documents we need to check before you can explore.

What documentation is required?

Campsites close to our depots.

Make use of campsites local to our depots to ensure you're able to return your motorhome on time and enjoy your holiday till the very end.

See the campsites


For more information about hiring from Swift Go visit our FAQs page.

Frequently asked questions

Where will the road take you...?

Planning a holiday itinerary can be hugely enjoyable in itself! You may have your heart set on completing the scenic North Coast 500 in Scotland or perhaps you plan to visit one of the UK’s breathtaking National Parks. We’ve teamed up with Uncover Britain to inspire you with some suggested tours with the option to purchase routes, including interactive maps showing not only overnight stops but also attractions, hidden gems, viewpoints and much more.

North Wales Coast

The North Wales Way is a designated scenic driving route that takes you through some of the most picturesque and culturally rich areas of North Wales. Read more

Lake District

The Lake District is a well-known and well-loved, national park located in northwest England. It is known for its picturesque lakes, valleys, villages, and rugged hills. Read more

North Coast Scotland

The North Coast 500 has become a hugely popular scenic driving route that loops around the northern coast of Scotland. Read more