Is it this company? http://www.mullcarhire.co.uk/Contact-Us(2057730).htm
I see they have a mobile phone number, perhaps you could get in touch by text and ask them to email you.Edited: 26 March 2017, 01:44
>>I live in US and cannot call them.<<
Why not? Last time I checked the US still had international phone connections to the outside world.Edited: 26 March 2017, 04:51
I had the same problem when trying to plan for our trip in late May. Apparently the person who runs Mull Car Hire is named Billy, but I had a heck of a time getting in touch with him. I emailed and tried to call the phone numbers posted online, several times. I never got an answer. In the end I decided we will just take the 95/495 Tobermory Topper bus instead of renting a car (since we'll only be on Mull less than 24 hours anyway). It's not ideal, but it will have to work. Mull Self-Drive, near Salen, also (per their website) can arrange transport to Craignure. When I emailed them they were already booked for the 1 day I needed a car. You could also try MacKay's garage in Tobermory. I did get a prompt response from them when I emailed, and did get someone to answer the phone when I called. But like I said, in the end I decided we'll just take the bus to Tobermory and then hire a taxi to get around. Good luck!!
Thank you. Will be staying 3 days on Mull. Car rental will be most convenient and feedback was that it is easy to drive on Mull. Can rent in Oban but didn't wanted to drive in the city since I am coming from the US. Also less expensive for the ferry. We are taking the train from Glasgow. Can anyone tell me if there is a car rental place that is close to the train station? Also I understand that the train station is not far from the ferry to Craignure. Is that correct. Thank you for any help.
Get onto google maps and then look for car hire in Oban. There are a number of small outfits, mostly local garages, that seem to do car hire.
Hi, there. Even if you're nervous about driving in a city because of the other-side-of-the-road thing, or because you might be getting a stick shift and aren't used to it, you will be OK in Oban. It's pretty small, and all the places you need are near each other, so you won't be really do any real driving there anyway. (I rented a car in Oban once, years ago, and the place—Stevenson, I think it was called—was quite central. And yes, the train station in Oban is practically at the ferry pier. It's really convenient. I'm from the US and I understand your anxiety, but I assure you you won't have a problem driving in Oban.