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Based on the average daily cost of AED 236, it will cost you around AED 1,649 for a week on our site.
Based on the average daily cost of AED 236, it will cost you around AED 7,065 for a month on our site.
Medium is the most popular car group to rent in the United Arab Emirates among our users, followed by small and premium.
On average, renting Medium car in the United Arab Emirates costs AED 185 per day on our site.
On average, renting Small car in the United Arab Emirates costs AED 169 per day on our site.
On average, renting Premium car in the United Arab Emirates costs AED 324 per day on our site.
Based on our bookings, there are at least 14 car rental companies available in the United Arab Emirates, including these:
In the past 6 months, 14 rental companies were offering the cheapest rates for Medium car on our site:
Our users often pick up their car in these locations:
It is usually possible to return the rental car to a different location, but it depends on each company’s policy and might cost you an extra fee. The most popular brands in the United Arab Emirates that allow one-way car rentals are Hertz, Europcar and Thrifty Dubai.
The cheapest time to book a car is within the same week of your trip, for an average price of AED 226 per day.
We make it easy to find a rental that’ll fit your needs. Here’s what we offer:
When you’re booking the car, you just need a debit or credit card.
At the rental counter, you’ll need:
Important: Please make sure you check the car’s rental terms as well, as each rental company has its own rules. For example? They might need to see some extra ID. They might not accept certain types of credit card. Or they might not rent to any driver who hasn’t held their driving licence for 36 months or more.
Most companies will rent you a car if you’re at least 21 (and some will rent to younger drivers). But if you’re under 25, you might still have to pay a ‘young driver fee’.
Of course. Just put their details in the ‘Driver Details’ form when you’re booking the car.
The price you see includes the car, mandatory cover (e.g. Theft Protection and Collision Damage Waiver) and fees that, if they apply, are usually payable at pick-up (e.g. any one-way fees, airport surcharges or local taxes).
It also includes any extras you’ve already added (e.g. GPS or baby seats).
It doesn’t include any extra cover you buy when you get to the rental counter.
Tip: There’s a full price breakdown on the Payment page.