Over the past month, Woodford Car Hire has been running its “Winning with Woodford” campaign, which has been aimed at celebrating the many customers that we’ve serviced over the years who have been kind enough to share their experiences with both us and the public.
Another word that might be completely foreign to the, uh, foreign ear would be “bakkie”. Bakkie is the South African equivalent of the widely known pick-up truck. The word is derived from the diminutive of the Afrikaans term bak, which literally means bowl. Another popular derivative of the word is from the English term “buggy”, referring to the old two-wheeled horse-drawn cart used on farms.
At Woodford Car Hire we are dedicated to bringing our customers the very latest and cutting-edge technology in the car hire industry, ensuring improved, streamlined and hassle-free service every time you book with Woodford.
Scenic Port Elizabeth is situated on the Sunshine Coast in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. PE (Port Elizabeth) has a wonderful coastal climate, temperate in water and weather on an almost daily basis.
On South Africa’s east coast you’ll find Durban; a subtropical city with a warm and relaxed personality to match. Located right on golden shores and just 45 minutes from the countryside, Durban is perfectly positioned for work and play.
Driving in Port Elizabeth is a both a pleasure and the best way to get to the various places you may want to visit. Locals maintain that PE (Port Elizabeth) is a “20 minute city”; meaning it takes twenty minutes (or less) to get from one side of the city to the other.