You can drive from UAE to Oman in a rent a car legally. However, most companies don’t allow their cars for cross-border usage due to risk of theft and insurance coverage. OneClickDrive.com hosts a selection of car rental partners which offer cars to be driven to Oman.
NOTE: The above listings including their individual rates are updated by the respective car rental company. Incase the car is not available at the prices mentioned, please contact us and we'll get back to you with the best available alternative. Happy renting!
NOTE: The above listings including the prices are updated by the respective car rental company. Incase the car is not available at the price mentioned (exclusive of VAT), please inform us and we'll get back to you with the best alternative. Happy renting!
The Sultanate of Oman offers amazing drives with beautiful views throughout the country. Fantastic roads that connect the distant towns and cities. If you’re planning a trip from the UAE, car is by far the best mode of travel. Getting across Oman in the comfort of a car of your choice is definitely recommended. Perfect for experiencing the country’s stunning scenery.
The below listed cars are offered by car rental companies which have branches across the UAE and Oman. Hence they provide rental cars legally to cross the national border with the right documentation: car insurance and NOC. They also offer dedicated customer service in both the countries. Find the rental car of your choice based on your budget and requirement and call / WhatsApp the supplier directly. They'll assist you with steps ahead.
Driving in Oman: Rules & Regulations
Driving a dirty car is illegal, a police fine of OMR 10 may apply
Vehicles follow right-hand side driving in Oman (same as in the UAE)
Turning right on a red light is illegal unlike in the UAE (except tram crossing)
It is also illegal to overtake from the right (commonplace in the UAE)
Oman observes a zero tolerance policy towards drunk driving, with a limit of 0.0mg
Speed limits are enforced with speed cameras so we’d suggest you use Waze
The average speed limit in Jordan is about 40km/h in towns and cities, and 120km/h on highways
Roundabouts and junctions give priority to those entering instead of those who exit (so be careful)
Pay attention to parking restrictions in Oman, excessive fines may apply incase of a mistake
Pedestrians have priority at pedestrian crossings (just as the norm)
If you are involved in an accident, do not move your car; contact the car rental company and wait for the police to arrive
Petrol is low-priced in Oman (Welcome to GCC!) and gas stations are easy to find, besides most are open 24x7
Child seats are not mandatory in Oman, however, it’s recommended that you hire one for the safety of traveling children
Lastly, be sure to check that all documentation including licence, registration, insurance and passport are with in the car with you at all times when driving