UK’s Largest Motorhome Hire Fleet Invests £5 Million In New Scottish Depot
Just go, the largest specialist dedicated hire fleet in the UK, has announced the launch of its first depot in Scotland – bringing a range of premium motorhomes to tourists and locals looking to explore the country’s landmarks and beauty spots.
Located just five minutes from Edinburgh Airport and within easy reach of major transport links and countless attractions, the impressive two acre site is ideally situated for anyone starting a motorhome adventure.
The company has appointed Branch Manager Ally Anderson. From Edinburgh originally, Ally brings a wealth of travel experience and knowledge to the growing business. He said: “Whether it’s a family holiday, travelling as a couple or with a group of friends, there is a motorhome model for everyone.
“The convenience of having everything in one place and being able to roam where the mood takes you, makes a motorhome the ideal choice of travel to explore the delights of Scotland.”
All Just go motorhomes are less than 2 years old and come fully equipped with everything you need to go camping.
Having looked extensively to find the right premises, founders of Just go, Nick and Sarah Roach are pleased to unveil the new location to expand their successful Motorhome business. Nick Roach remarked “We are very excited to open a Just go depot in the heart of Scotland, just 5 mins from Edinburgh Airport.
“We have provided adventure holidays to over 33,000 people from our Greater London depot which we opened in 2003, and we knew that Scotland was the next place to be.
“The country has so much to offer, and experiencing it from a motorhome, in our opinion, is the best way to do it.
“The addition of Ally to our team strengthens our core capabilities. We are dedicated to recruiting local personnel who excel in their field.”
Ally Anderson commented on the reason he joined Just go was due to its growth and its commitment to doing what is right for customers. He added: “Just go is the expert in motorhome innovations, and the future plans for the company are game-changing. I can’t wait for the new depot to be the hub of Scottish tourism and exploration.”