Beverley is a western suburb of Adelaide, located in the City of Charles Sturt and approximately 6.1 kilometres north-west of Adelaide CBD.
Redspot Car Rentals (operating as Enterprise Rent-A-Car) is located at 153-161 Grange Road, Beverley. This location is open seven days a week, Monday to Friday from 7.00am to 5.00pm and Saturday-Sunday from 7.00am to 1.00pm (closed public holidays).
Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s Beverley location delivers a full range of passenger and commercial vehicles, including trucks and vans.
A portable GPS included in your car hire reservation can make your rental from Beverley even easier. Don’t waste time reading maps and asking for directions. Hire your Redspot Car Rentals vehicle with GPS and enjoy your journey without the stress of navigating unfamiliar streets and roads.
All our car rentals are around 6 months old and are regularly serviced. However, in the event of a mechanical problem you can take advantage of our 24-hour roadside assistance. If the vehicle fault was not caused by the hirer the service will be provided at no extra cost. Redspot Car Rentals also offers a premium roadside assistance package that covers all those times where you accidentally leave the lights on, or lock the keys in the car.
There are currently no toll roads in Adelaide, South Australia. However, if you are planning on travelling across to Victoria there are a number of toll roads you may wish to use. Check out our toll road page for more information.
More about Beverley
With a population of just over 1.23 million, Adelaide is the fifth-largest city in Australia. It is the capital city of South Australia and is located north of the spectacular Fleurieu Peninsula. The city of Adelaide rises from tree-covered plains and is hedged by the Gulf St Vincent and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges. It stretches 20 km from the coast to the foothills and was named Australia’s most liveable city in 2011 and 2012.
The city was founded in 1836 and was named in honour of Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, queen consort to King William IV. While Adelaide was the planned capital for a freely settled British province in Australia, the Kaurna people are still recognised as the traditional owners of the land.
Adelaide is designed with a grid layout, intersected by wide boulevards and large public squares. As South Australia’s commercial and government centre, the city centre is the site of many governmental and financial institutions.
Today, Adelaide is known for its food, wine and culture. Visitors can enjoy many festivals and sporting events, as well as, drive along expansive beachfronts and sweeping vineyards. The eclectic mix of history and culture makes Adelaide the perfect holiday destination for tourists and locals alike.