Express, Spurgeon Street, Southwark

Location and opening hours

Express
Address:
Express, 1-10 Spurgeon Street, Southwark,
London  SE1 4YP
Website:
expcar.com
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7403 3333
Opening hours:
Sunday 10 AM–4 PM   Monday 6 AM–midnight   Tuesday 24 hours   Wednesday 24 hours   Thursday 24 hours   Friday 24 hours   Saturday midnight–11 PM

Note: After getting a minicab quote you might like to compare it with the black taxi cab fares.

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More minicab firms

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Tower Bridge Cars is in Tower Bridge Road, approximately ½ mile from Express.

South East Cars is at 84 Tower Bridge Road, approximately half-a-mile away.

AVC is in Lant Street, approximately ½ mile from Express.

Elephant Car Service is at 109 Elephant Road, approximately half-a-mile away.

Waterloo Car Hire is in Southwark Bridge Road, approximately ½ mile from Express.

London Bridge Cars is at 28 Southwark Street, approximately half-a-mile away. London Bridge Cars offer a 24 hour minicab service and also do airport runs. They also provide a delivery service.

Old Kent Cars is in Old Kent Road, less than a mile away, and offers 24 hour service.

VIP Car Hire is in Queen Elizabeth Street, around a mile from Express.

Ruskin Private Hire is in Camberwell Road, less than a mile away.

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