Van-Racks Bank Holiday Delivery Information
Last order date for Early May Bank Holiday Weekend delivery:
Last Order Date Cut Off Time Next Day Delivery On
Wednesday 28th April 4.00pm Friday 30th April

Important: Our couriers are not working on Saturday, Sunday or Monday, so if you need your order in time for the Bank Holiday weekend you'll need to order by 4.00pm on Wednesday 28th April, and choose the Express delivery option for delivery on Friday 3rd May.

Next Working Day orders placed after 4.00pm on Wednesday 28th are due to be delivered from Tuesday 4th May.

Bank Holiday Office Hours
Bank Holiday Office Opening Hours
Wednesday 28th April Open 9am - 6pm
Thursday 29th April Open 9am - 6pm
Friday 30th April Open 9am - 6pm
Saturday 1st May Office closed  
Sunday 2nd May Office closed  
Monday 3rd May Office closed  
Tuesday 4th May Open 9am - 6pm
Coronavirus update

Our major roof racks supplier, Rhino Products, is not always able to maintain a full stock of finished goods, and also reports that their courier (TNT) is not able to provide a Next Working Day service at the moment. These problems are likely to be same whichever Rhino Products reseller you use for your order - all resellers, to the best of our knowledge, have the goods sent direct from Rhino Products.

Some deliveries arrive next day, but most of them are taking between 2 and 4 working days. Many consignments are also being split, which means that part of the order arrives on one day, and the remainder on another day. Split deliveries happen when manually sorted items, which are too large to be grouped together on conveyor systems, are loaded onto trailers which are then full, or at full weight, before all the manually handled packages have been loaded.

The increase in online shopping caused by lockdowns has added to the problems caused by social distancing requirements at courier sorting hubs. It is fair to say that the UK courier system has never been under so much stress; please be patient.

We will send you online tracking details once Rhino Products have sent these to us.

Please also note that courier drivers have been told not to get signatures but (depending on specific Special Delivery Instructions) to leave the package on the door step, ring the bell, and talk to the occupants from a safe distance.