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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

Dubai Int. Airport
Mini
Ford Figo or similar
Ford Figo
  • 5
  • 2
  • 3
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Alamo
$13.96 / per day
Dubai Int. Airport
Intermediate
Toyota Corolla or similar
Toyota Corolla
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
AMEX
$14.23 / per day
Dubai Int. Airport
Economy
Ford Figo or similar
Ford Figo
  • 5
  • 1
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Enterprise
$14.99 / per day
Dubai Arenco Building Karama
Compact Crossover
JAC Refine S3 or similar
JAC Refine S3
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Quick Drive
$16.92 / per day

Most Popular Car Rental Deals

Dubai Deira City Centre
Standard
Kia Rio or similar
Kia Rio
  • 5
  • 1
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
DRIVUS
$17.51 / per day
Dubai Atlantis The Palm
Full-size
Hyundai Sonata or similar
Hyundai Sonata
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Keddy
$27.68 / per day
Dubai Downtown
Standard Elite
Volkswagen Jetta or similar
Volkswagen Jetta
  • 5
  • 3
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Ace Rent a car
$33.72 / per day
Dubai Int. Airport
Intermediate Elite SUV
Honda CR-V or similar
Honda CR-V
  • 5
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Hertz
$45.62 / per day
The above prices are only approximate and were last updated at 17:29 on 2024-04-18. Prices may vary based on the booking dates, length of rental, and car class.

Travel Information

Languages
Arabic, English, Hindi
Currency
AED
Drive on
Right-hand side
Country code
+971
Average car rental price
$23 per day
Average car rental length
8 days
Speed limit within town
25 - 80 km/h or 16 - 50 mph
Speed limit out of town
100 - 140 km/h or 62 - 87 mph
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.00%
Rating
9.0 / 10
Average gasoline price
$0.84 per liter or $3.18 / 1 gallon
Lowest gasoline price
$0.74 per liter or $2.81 / 1 gallon
Highest gasoline price
$0.95 per liter or $3.61 / 1 gallon

Why rent a car in Dubai?

Millions of travelers from all over the world visit Dubai every year, making it one of the most visited cities in the world. Tourists flock to the city for its beaches, shopping opportunities, opulent resorts, fine dining, and incredible real estate developments.

Dubai is a sprawling metropolis stretching down the Persian Gulf coast. Renting a car is the best, and likely cheapest, way to get around the city. Of course, traveling outside the city and to the other Emirates is certainly only reasonably possible with your own car. 

Dubai has a reputation for intense traffic. In fact, it is not recommended for beginner drivers to attempt to drive in the city. Experienced drivers should not fret, however. The government in Dubai has, in recent years, made a strong effort to reduce auto accidents. If driving in a defensive manner and doing your best to avoid rush hour, the benefits of having a rental car will far outweigh the inconvenience caused by Dubai drivers. 

You must be 21 years old to rent a car in Dubai. Citizens of Canada and the United States, along with many European countries, are allowed to drive with their passport and a valid driver's license from their country. Citizens of other countries, particularly those whose licenses are not in Latin script, are required to have an International Driving Permit along with their original driver's license.

Dubai

One-Way Car Rentals in Dubai

The most popular one-way rental options for pick up in Dubai and drop off in another city include:

  • From Dubai to Abu Dhabi - 8 offers from $48.18 per day
  • From Dubai to Sharjah - 20 offers from $291.52 per day

Top ways to enter Dubai

Most travelers arrive in Dubai via its main international airport, Dubai International Airport (DXB), the third-busiest airport in the world and also the busiest by international passengers. It is located around 15 kilometers northwest of Downtown Dubai. Major rental providers have desks in at least one of the terminals.Other providers provide shuttle services from, or delivery to, the airport.  

All Emirates flights and some of flydubai land at DXB Terminal 3, while other international airlines arrive at Terminal 1. Budget airlines tend to operate from Terminal 2. It is worth noting that Terminal 2 is not directly connected to Terminals 1 and 3 — it would require a shuttle bus, so check where your flight will arrive carefully when booking a rental car in Dubai.  

Those flying on low-cost airlines, specifically flydubai and Wizz Air, may land at Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC). This airport is located around 50 kilometers from Downtown Dubai and has rental car supppliers at the airport, some located in the terminal and some located outside of the terminal.    

Another option for arriving in Dubai is the Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) in the neighboring Sharjah Emmerite. This airport has been growing in recent years due to Dubai International nearing its limits of handling more passengers. The airport, which is much smaller and has less amenities, has flights primarily from South Asia and the Middle East. Rental cars are available both in the terminal and via delivery and meet and greet. The drive to Dubai from the airport takes about 30 minutes. 

Of course, travelers may also arrive via Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) (whose primary carrier is Etihad Airways). This airport is not that far away from Dubai, particularly the southeastern end of the city, being on a little over 100 kilometers from the Palm Jumeirah. Again, rental cars are available in the terminal and can be driven across domestic borders without any issue.

Finally, some travelers may arrive in Dubai on a cruise ship. Cruise ships dock at the Dubai Cruise Terminal in Port Rashid. Though car rentals are not available at the terminal itself, it is possible to have a rental car delivered or pick one up at a rental car provider’s office in the city. 

City facts

Dubai is located in the middle of a desert. Therefore, it is no surprise that the climate is hot and dry in terms of precipitation. Though it might not rain much (and snow ever), Dubai experiences year-round high humidity. Average daily highs top 40°C in July and August. If you are visiting in summer, be sure to be prepared, watch for signs of heat stroke, and consume plenty of water (the water in Dubai is generally safe to drink, though many prefer bottled water for the taste). 

Winters in Dubai are much more pleasant. While it might rain occasionally, there is still plenty of sunshine to go with more moderate temperatures. The average daily high in January is 24°C and the average low 14°C. However, it is likely to feel even warmer than that due to the high humidity. This makes winter the high tourist season. Of course, if you travel to Dubai for the beaches, spring is the best season for you.

Dubai, being in a Muslim country, has restrictions on the selling and consumption of alcohol. Alcohol can only be served in private or licensed public places. The legal drinking age (for non-Muslims) is 21. Recent reforms to alcohol laws make it easier for tourists to obtain alcohol for private consumption from licensed outlets.   Penalties for drunk driving in Dubai are stiff and the acceptable limit is zero. Do not drink (any, nada, zilch) and drive in Dubai, nor be so drunk in public as to cause a public disturbance.

The same is somewhat true of pork. You can, as a non-Muslim, purchase pork in some grocery stores. Tourists can find pork in some restaurants too, though these are usually in or attached to 5-star hotels serving foreigners as a special license is required.

Top destinations and activities

  • Shopping - Dubai is renowned as a destination for shoppers. With many malls, foremost the Dubai Mall and Mall of the Emirates, shoppers can literally shop till they drop. Though the city used to be known for its discount shopping, it is perhaps now better known for its luxury shopping. Another type of shopping is also popular, that which can be found at the souks. Souks are traditional Arab markets. The Spice Souk and Gold Souk are the most famous. Of course, if you want both worlds at once, then you should head to the Souk Madinat Jumeirah
  • Beaches - Dubai is also famous for its beaches. Most of the beaches are private, being part of high-end resorts. Visitors not staying at these resorts are usually able to pay for access to these beaches. There are some free beaches, however. Jumeirah Open Beach is one such example with showers, changing cabins, and the ability to purchase snacks and drinks. It is located between Dubai Marine Beach Resort and the Four Seasons. The only cost is that of parking, whether on the street or in a garage. Al Sufouh Beach is also worth a visit, located between near the Palm Jumeirah. Access is via an unpaved road with parking available on the sand. There are no facilities at this beach, though. 
  • Camel Races - Located south of the city of Dubai on the road to Al Ain, Al Marmoom Heritage Village, the camel races are one attraction that is only reasonably reached with a rental car. At racing grounds there is free parking and free entrance. The races are said to take place on Fridays and Saturdays during the cooler months. The website is not updated, unfortunately. It is best to call or send a message on social media ahead of time to confirm the schedule. If, however, you are not able to go when a race will be happening, or if you end up there and no race is actually going to take place that day, fret not! You can visit the stables and probably see the camels in training. The people at the racing grounds are incredibly friendly and your experience could perhaps be better than that of seeing the races. 
  • Burj Khalifa - The tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa is undoubtedly one of the main tourist attractions in Dubai. At the Top, the tours of the observation floors of the skyscraper, actually offers multiple options for visiting. The basic package includes visiting floors 124 and 125, an outdoor terrace and a 360-degree observation deck, respectively. Also available is visiting the 148th floor with the world’s highest observation and outdoor terrace at 555 meters. Finally, the most luxurious package available includes visiting the lounge on floors 152-154 for tea or drinks. For all different packages, it is advisable to book in advance as tickets often sell out.  
  • Water Parks - A great way to escape the scorching temperatures in Dubai is to spend a day at one of its water parks. Choose from Wild Wadi, Aquaventure, Atlantis, Laguna waterparks. Legoland also has a separate water park. All of the mentioned parks have multiple water slides and various other ways to cool off for the day. 
  • Souks - Although its rapid modernization has changed the face of Dubai a lot, there are still remnants of what the city was before it became an international metropolis. The best places to look for those are the city’s many souks (markets) including the Gold Souk where the precious metal is sold in large quantities, as well as the fish, textile, and spice souks. 
  • Dubai Museum - Situated in the 18th century Al Fahidi Fort, and opened in 1971, the Dubai Museum documents the traditional culture, crafts, and way of life of the Emirati people. Renovated for its 50th birthday in 2021, the museum’s exhibits include an original wind tower and a traditional dhow, or sailing vessel, which is located just outside the museum.

Traffic and parking

Travelers visiting Dubai will find a wide availability of parking, some free, some paid. Most hotels offer free parking for guests. Free parking is also available at Metro stations (for users of the Metro), at most malls (as long as you don’t stay over a certain amount of time), and at most attractions (provided you purchase a ticket). 

Different parking zones exist in Dubai with different pricing structures. Parking in commercial zones is slightly cheaper if using a lot instead of on-street parking. The prices are the same in non-commercial areas for on-street and lots. Downtown Dubai is a seperate zone with separate pricing.

The most convenient ways to pay for parking for a tourist are with coins at a parking machine or a prepaid card available in grocery stores for 30 AED or 100 AED amounts.  You can also pay for parking in Dubai using the same Nol card that you use for public transport — you can purchase it at Metro stations and many corner stores. Public street parking is free on Sundays and public holidays. 

Once again, it should be noted that there is zero tolerance for drunk driving in Dubai. The legal blood alcohol content is 0. Penalties are stiff, including high fines, jail time, and deportation. Do not, under any circumstances, drink and then proceed to drive in Dubai.  

Dubai has a metro system, including one line that extends more than 50 kilometers. Though drivers would normally ignore the Metro, it may in fact be useful, even with a rental car, in Dubai. If traveling during peak times and to destinations that are near Metro stations, it may be preferable to park at a station (for free) and take the Metro avoiding significant time spent in traffic.

Dubai’s major multi-lane freeways can be a daunting prospect for newcomers, so you will likely want a good navigation system, such as Google Maps or Waze. The right lanes are usually reserved for trucks and slow-moving traffic, while the outermost left lanes are for fast-moving vehicles. As speeding fines are not issued until you are traveling more than 20 km/hr over the speed limit, the traffic can feel like it's moving faster than the signed limit.

It’s important to note that not all Emirates have this same “buffer” on the speed limit. In the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, for example, you must go at the signposted speed or you will be fined. You should always play it safe in a rental vehicle and stick to the posted speed limit, giving way to faster vehicles on your left. 

Toll roads

Dubai is the only Emirate to have roads with tolls. Unlike in other countries, these tolls are not for entire roads or sections of roads, but are gates for specific congested areas. Some of the gates are on one side of a bridge, while others are in the middle of a highway. Of particular note is the Airport Tunnel Gate, which will be passed by those traveling from the airport to the areas on the other side of it. 

The gate system is called Salik. As in many other places in the world, the Salik works without toll booths. A prepaid card is used with tolls automatically deducted from it. Rental car providers are required to provide this card with their cars.

Of course, all rental providers charge an administrative fee for this on a per-toll basis (ask your provider for their specific policy). Tolls (without the administrative fee) are 4 AED each time you pass a toll gate. Most of the gates are, in fact, avoidable if you so choose. Check your planned route in advance to find the best way around them if you prefer.

If you are driving on to the main island of Abu Dhabi, there is a a different toll system called DARB. There is no physical tag in your vehicle for passing under a DARB toll gate. Instead, vehicles are registered online via their registration plates.

Again, your car rental supplier will automatically charge 4 AED for each passing with a daily cap of 16 AED (plus any applicable administrative fee). The toll gates in Abu Dhabi only operate during peak hours, 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Monday to Saturday, so you can avoid paying these tolls by driving outside of these times.

Ideas for day trips

  • Hatta Dam - Located near the town of Hatta and the Hatta border crossing, it takes about an hour and a half to drive to the dam from Dubai (of course, this depends on where in Dubai you are driving from). The dam is a scenic spot perfect for a picnic. The lake made by it is a great place for using kayaks or pedal boats which can be rented at the dam. 
  • Sharjah - Located to the east of Dubai, Sharjah is the capital of the Emirate of the same name which actually has coasts on both the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. The city is a great escape from Dubai, with its architecture being a welcome change from skyscrapers. More beaches can be found in the more relaxed, essentially dry (as in, no alcohol is sold), Emirate. 
  • Abu Dhabi - The capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is the second-most populous city in the UAE. Travel time between the capital and Dubai varies depending on where in Dubai one is traveling from but is generally about an hour and a half. The city hosts the grandest mosque in the country, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. While Dubai is a great starting point for travelers to the region, those seeking more authentic experiences should head to Abu Dhabi, where the culture is much more traditional. 
  • Al Ain - The second largest city in the Abu Dhabi emirate, Al Ain is almost equidistant between Dubai as it is from the city of Abu Dhabi, Al Ain is on the border with Oman. The city is an oasis in the middle of the desert and is often dubbed the Garden City. A visit to the oasis and the second-highest mountain in the country, Jebel Hafeet, and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed oases is a great way to get out of the large city for a day and learn more about the country’s past.
  • Falaj Al Mualla - It takes only an hour to drive to this oasis town from Dubai. The town’s fort and watchtowers make for the perfect day trip destination. The fort has been recently renovated and now houses the Falaj Al Mualla museum. If time allows, driving further to the Hajar Mountains for scenic views or hiking would certainly be worth making the circle. 
  • Ras al Khaimah. Known as RAK among locals, it is the northernmost of the seven emirates. The area is famous for Jabal Jais, the highest peak in the UAE, and other rock formations, as well as the traditional fishing village of Al Jazirah al Hamra, the prehistoric sites of Shimal, and opportunities for different adventure sports. The trip from Dubai takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Most popular cars

The most popular class of rental car in Dubai is the full-size, of which the Volkswagen Passat is an excellent example. The mini and economy classes are also popular. These include cars like the Chevrolet Spark and Aveo. 

Further destinations

It is possible to cross by land from the United Arab Emirates into Oman and Saudi Arabia.

Note: Most car rental suppliers located in Dubai allow cross-border travel to Oman. This generally comes with a fee, either one-time or daily. It also often necessitates that you purchase additional insurance for travel in Oman.

Permission must be sought after and granted by the provider in advance (preferably when picking up the car). No rental car provider in Dubai will permit you to take a car to Saudi Arabia.

  • Oman - For most nationalities, you will need to obtain an e-visa for entry to Oman. Please check with the Royal Oman Police for specifics. The main border crossing with Oman is Hatta. Oman is a country filled to the brim with natural beauty. From the pristine coast to the rugged mountains and desert, there is something for everyone in the country. The villages and cities also keep an old Benuidin spirit about them. Oman is the perfect place to visit to leave the glitz and glamor of Dubai for a more traditional Arab culture.
  • Empty Quarter - The largest contiguous sand desert in the world, the Empty Quarter is a vast area spanning the UAE, Oman, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia. The borders between these countries lie somewhere in the desert, though they aren’t demarcated or even known exactly. The northern edge of the desert lies in the UAE and can be reached by from the Liwa Oasis, which is about 350 kilometers from Dubai via a modern four-lane road. Of course, the most tempting thing to do in the desert is to drive in it. Do not take your rental car in the desert unless it is a 4WD SUV and you have permission from the rental provider.  Even then, you absolutely should not venture into the Empty Quarter without a caravan of other vehicles and significant desert driving experience. The best way to experience the Empty Quarter, once there, is to join an excursion with a tour provider.  

Car Rental Prices in Dubai

  • Convertibles - from $99 per day
  • Station wagons - from $14 per day
  • Large cars - from $14 per day
  • Medium cars - from $14 per day
  • Vans - from $31 per day
  • Premium cars - from $50 per day
  • Small cars - from $14 per day
  • SUVs - from $17 per day
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What is the cheapest month to rent a car in Dubai?

Car rental prices in Dubai vary by time of year. This graph shows the average prices per month to help you find the best time of year to rent.
Average rental costs per day in Dubai
$31.11
January
$31.71
February
$26.85
March
$32.70
April
$38.20
May
$33.26
June
$27.17
July
$29.11
August
$29.64
September
$33.85
October
$34.78
November
$35.69
December
The cheapest month to rent a car in Dubai is March (when prices average $26.85 per day). This is 16% cheaper than the yearly average and 30% cheaper than renting in May (when prices average $38.20).

This information can help you identify the low season. But these are only average numbers. How much your car rental will cost will depend on the type of vehicle you rent, how long you’ll rent it for, and how far ahead you book. Simply enter your dates in the form at the top of the page to see the exact prices.

What’s the usual rental length in Dubai?

How long travelers keep their rental cars for varies from month to month: in August, the average renter keeps their car for 9 days, and in March, they keep their car for 7 days.
Average number of rental days in Dubai
8
January
8
February
7
March
8
April
7
May
7
June
8
July
9
August
7
September
8
October
8
November
8
December

What's the most popular month to rent a car in Dubai?

Based on the number of searches by our customers, the most popular month for renting a car in Dubai is February, and the least popular is June.
Monthly searches in Dubai by pick-up date relative to the average
141%
January
177%
February
122%
March
115%
April
59%
May
47%
June
59%
July
65%
August
59%
September
99%
October
110%
November
146%
December

Car Rental Information

Car rental locations 54
Airport locations 2
Popular suppliers DRIVUS, Alamo, Thrifty, AMEX, Quick Drive
Popular car categories SUVs, Small cars, Large cars, Medium cars
Lowest price $14 per day
Cheapest supplier Alamo

Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers

Rental Supplier Model Doors Luggage Type
DRIVUS Mitsubishi ASX 5 2 SUVs
Quick Drive Mitsubishi ASX 5 2 SUVs
Alamo Ford Figo 3 2 Small cars
DRIVUS JAC Refine S3 5 3 SUVs
Enterprise Ford EcoSport 4 2 SUVs
KTC GULF Rent A Car Chevrolet Captiva 5 2 SUVs
Hertz Toyota Corolla Cross 5 2 SUVs
Thrifty Kia Picanto 4 1 Small cars
Thrifty Nissan Kicks 5 2 SUVs
Alamo Ford EcoSport 4 2 SUVs

Our Customers' Reviews

Because we want to make sure each review listed here is left by a real customer, we don’t have an option to post a review here. Instead, we ask each and every customer to leave a review after they return their rental car. This way, you know that all reviews are authentic, verified, and trustworthy.

Spain
Mitsubishi Attrage
April 3, 2024
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Saudi Arabia
Chevrolet Malibu
March 9, 2024
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United Arab Emirates
Kia Rio
March 7, 2024
Highly recommended to visit Dubai mall
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Malaysia
Mitsubishi Attrage
February 22, 2024
Visiting family
Ireland
MG GT
February 10, 2024
Visited all major attractions in Dubai and rental company made it easier for me providing me with brand new car.
United Arab Emirates
Mazda 3
February 9, 2024
I used the car or business trips. It was pleasant and all worked out well.
United Arab Emirates
Mitsubishi Attrage
February 5, 2024
Service is very good just we love it
United Arab Emirates
Mazda 3
January 26, 2024
Here for work
United Arab Emirates
Toyota Corolla
January 14, 2024
All perfect
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Egypt
Skoda Rapid
January 13, 2024
Shopping
United Arab Emirates
Suzuki Ciaz
January 13, 2024
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United Arab Emirates
Kia Picanto
January 9, 2024
They made my trip enjoyable and stress-free.
Denmark
Ford EcoSport
December 27, 2023
Global Village, Quranic park, Abu Dhabi, different malls and good restaurants.
United Kingdom
Kia Picanto
December 6, 2023
Great location, clean and safe
Saudi Arabia
Toyota Innova
December 3, 2023
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Saudi Arabia
Toyota Innova
December 1, 2023
Enjoying visiting the Global Village, the Dubai Mall, the Mall of the Emirates, the sales trip, visiting the Chinese market in Dubai and Ajman, and visiting the Palm Island were enjoyable places.
Hungary
Mitsubishi Attrage
November 11, 2023
I was in Dubai for work
Saudi Arabia
Nissan Sunny
November 5, 2023
The team is supporting
Saudi Arabia
Toyota Supra
October 22, 2023
I got the car I wanted and applied for and super great condition, delivery was fast and very dynamic, fantastic staff. Thank you and will book with you again.
Ireland
Toyota Corolla Cross
October 18, 2023
I loved the comfort that the car provided me, being able to visit all the places I planned, the car was essential
India
Mitsubishi Xpander
August 13, 2023
Had a wonderful trip.
Turkey
Mazda 6
August 10, 2023
A great family vacation.
United Kingdom
Ford Figo
July 7, 2023
Summers are cheap in UAE and you get the best hotels at cheaper rates. Also, beach and nights are awesome.
Saudi Arabia
Nissan Altima
July 6, 2023
It’s nice trip we enjoyed our time in UAE it’s perfect
United Kingdom
Hyundai Creta
June 15, 2023
I love Dubai
India
Mitsubishi ASX
June 9, 2023
It was pleasent and convenient to complete all assignments due to excellent car conditions
Romania
Toyota Corolla
May 24, 2023
You cannot find even a beer to drink. The weather is very hot, water sports are very cheap, safari is's just a mirage, 10 min safari ( not 35-40 how they are saying) camel riding 30 seconds, sand boarding is a crap.... everything it's just marketing and 'to look good in photos'.
Saudi Arabia
Volkswagen Passat
May 14, 2023
great trip, went to multiple destinations
United Kingdom
Nissan Kicks
April 11, 2023
Having a hire car afforded the opportunity to visit landmarks and areas of interest near to where we were staying. We are so pleased we rented from Thrifty. I researched the cost of a taxi transfer from the airport to RAK & it was approx 180AED!! The car rental was 170AED for a week plus some extra insurance & petrol. Why wouldn’t you hire a car?
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Israel
Mitsubishi Xpander
March 20, 2023
Many experiences: malls, global vilage, miracle garden, frame, fountain, motiongate and more
Germany
Ford Figo
March 5, 2023
We went in Dubai Safari and it was a great experience because we were two late and because of the auto we could drive to the Safari station We drived also to the Palm Jumeirah, to the beach and to many restaurent in the city, it was very amazing
United Arab Emirates
Mitsubishi ASX
January 14, 2023
dubai mall and water faount
Saudi Arabia
Toyota Innova
December 11, 2022
Excellent and I recommend to visit it…
Kuwait
Toyota Corolla
October 13, 2022
Family vacation
United Arab Emirates
Mitsubishi Lancer
September 13, 2022
foods are great. beautiful places
Bahrain
Hyundai Accent
September 8, 2022
Thank for quick respond to my question about toll salik and the table details
United Arab Emirates
Nissan Micra
June 29, 2022
burj khalifa and old downtown
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United Arab Emirates
Kia Picanto
May 19, 2022
Dubai is a great place and using a hire car is probably the best way to enjoy it.
Estonia
Mazda CX-5
April 7, 2022
Crazy town
Portugal
Nissan Sunny
April 2, 2022
Very good
Portugal
Kia Picanto
March 10, 2022
Excelent, easy and reliable
Netherlands
Hyundai Palisade
February 1, 2022
As we understood Thrifty has a desk at terminal 2 as wel, so they are at every terminal from now on DBX. They are polite and thorough. Keep in mind you have to leave a deposit on your credit card. Several people had a discussion about this in front of us and that made the line move very slowly. The cas was as we ordered, clean and comfortable. The drop-off went quick.
Saudi Arabia
Ford Focus
January 10, 2022
I would like to give special thanx to mr momin for his professional services in DXb
Poland
Kia Rio
November 4, 2021
Everything is okey , came for us, picked us up, no problems. I recommend. Izabela
Sweden
Kia Rio
October 7, 2021
Dubai mall Marina walk Palm
United States of America (USA)
Chevrolet Aveo
October 5, 2021
Map your journey carefully and don’t just rely on google maps to direct you. It is terrible at giving accurate clear directions and one wrong exit on Dubai’s motorways and khalas! Game over! Avoid expo 2020 unless you want to fry like an onion under 41’c weather without water or assistance. Kite beach is the best beach if you want some waves in the sea as the rest of the shoreline has no tides. The brunch at bubblicious is the best.
France
Nissan Sunny
July 27, 2021
Travelling in Dubai, you definetly need to rent a car to be free.
Singapore
Mazda 3
May 27, 2021
Renting a car in Dubai is highly recommended as it helps you get around much more easily. Parking in many places were free. Petrol is cheaper than most other countries.
Saudi Arabia
Nissan Altima
April 22, 2021
Be aware to check and document the damages on the car by your self
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Car Rental Statistics

Highest rated company
KTC GULF Rent A Car
8.8 / 10
)
Lowest rated company
Avis
5.9 / 10
)
Total number of reviews
90
Total rental companies
27
Average daily price
$23.08
Lowest daily price
$13.96
Total cars available
7718

Top 27 Suppliers in Dubai in 2024

KTC GULF Rent A Car
KTC GULF Rent A Car
Very good 8.8 / 157 reviews
1 location
$28 - $579
Dollar
Dollar
Very good 8.6 / 347 reviews
15 locations
$14 - $508
Alamo
Alamo
Very good 8.6 / 275 reviews
1 location
$14 - $183
AMEX
AMEX
Very good 8.6 / 227 reviews
11 locations
$14 - $104
Thrifty
Thrifty
Very good 8.3 / 465 reviews
19 locations
$14 - $311
Quick Drive
Quick Drive
Very good 8.1 / 126 reviews
7 locations
$17 - $235
Hertz
Hertz
Very good 8 / 129 reviews
5 locations
$19 - $106
National
National
Good 7.9 / 11 reviews
1 location
$16 - $206
DRIVUS
DRIVUS
Good 7.8 / 526 reviews
14 locations
$18 - $92
GreenMotion
GreenMotion
Good 7.7 / 158 reviews
3 locations
$20 - $62
Cargets rent a car
Cargets rent a car
Good 7.6 / 8 reviews
23 locations
$204 - $2099
Byroad
Byroad
Good 7.6 / 3 reviews
3 locations
$24 - $636
Goldcar
Goldcar
Good 7.6 / 1 review
4 locations
$17 - $28
AddCar
AddCar
Good 7.5 / 217 reviews
2 locations
$21 - $1259
Enterprise
Enterprise
Good 7.5 / 101 reviews
4 locations
$15 - $215
Autounion
Autounion
Good 7.5 / 22 reviews
3 locations
$17 - $2448
SIXT
SIXT
Good 7.5 / 12 reviews
1 location
$49 - $1193
ACARENT
ACARENT
Good 7.5
2 locations
$29 - $61
Golden Key Car Rental
Golden Key Car Rental
Good 7.4 / 101 reviews
37 locations
$28 - $2219
Europcar
Europcar
Good 7.4 / 71 reviews
3 locations
$21 - $95
Legend Rent A Car
Legend Rent A Car
Good 7.4 / 3 reviews
3 locations
$28 - $89
Ace Rent a car
Ace Rent a car
Good 7.2 / 13 reviews
2 locations
$17 - $144
Autostrad Rent A Car
Autostrad Rent A Car
Good 7.1 / 350 reviews
3 locations
$49 - $237
Keddy
Keddy
Good 7 / 175 reviews
5 locations
$19 - $103
Budget
Budget
Satisfactory 6.6 / 107 reviews
4 locations
$27 - $174
Blitz Car Rentals
Blitz Car Rentals
Satisfactory 6.5 / 42 reviews
11 locations
$19 - $74
Avis
Avis
Poor 5.9 / 41 reviews
5 locations
$21 - $308
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