Dubai offers a wide range of car rental services as it is one of the best ways of moving around the city and visit tourist attractions. The city’s districts are so large that renting a car is almost essential in order to save time and visit key points of interest in an efficient way. Dubai districts are build and thought for travelling by car as there are few sidewalks, even in downtown area. Locals also travel by car just about anywhere within the city or nearby so renting a car for your Dubai vacation is a must.
Car Rental Dubai Airport (DXB)
A variety of international car renting companies are present at Dubai International Airport (DXB) and operate 24h from all three terminals. Most companies are located in the arrivals section of terminal 1. Dubai International Airport is in the top 10 busiest airports in the world and host many international and local car rental suppliers which offer a wide range of vehicles, short and long term rentals. Due to the size of the airport, booking your car in advance and check the supplier’s location will save you time on your arrival at DXB.
- Hertz – T1 Arrivals
- Avis – T1 Arrivals
- Sixt – T1 Arrivals
- Europcar – T1 Arrivals
- Budget – T1 Arrivals, T1 Departures, T2 Arrivals, T3 Arrivals
- Payless – T1 Departures, T1 Arrivals, T2, T3
- Thrifty – T1 Arrivals, T1 Departures, T2 Arrivals, T3 Departures
- Dollar – T1, T2, T3
- Diamond Lease – T1
- One Click Drive – Pick up and drop off at any location. Marina Plaza, Dubai Marina.
- Calder Car rentals – The Light Tower Arjan, Dubai
Luxury and Sports Car Rental
Rental services in Dubai proving the best selection of exotic and luxury cars available in the market with competitive pricing.
Car rental prices
There are many companies specialized in car rental, and the car leasing sector is in a boom. Dubai is well known for its luxury cars and personalized versions of branded models, adapted to the life in the UAE. Prices for car hiring in Dubai can range from 20$ a day for an economic car up to 600$ a day for a Lamborghini.
Drivers should be aware that although petrol is cheap in United Arab Emirates compared to european countries, service stations are very few and quite far between, some of them in remote areas. For this reason a GPS is strongly recommended and drivers should make sure to keep the tank filled whenever you get a chance.