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OneClickDrive.com – car rental & leasing portal makes it convenient for Dubai residents and tourists to rent a car and travel conveniently. We work with local rent a car companies and agencies who offer the best deals. Every car listed on this page is updated by the booking team at Al Emad Rent a Car DMCC. Prices include insurance and standard mileage limit. Delivery is available but may be chargeable, if not, free of charge.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS You will need a driving licence and must be over 21 to rent a car in Dubai. However, some companies do offer rental cars for 18 years and above. For residents of the UAE, a copy of your Emirates ID and UAE Driving Licence are needed to rent a car. While most companies require a credit card pre-auth for the security deposit, many car rental companies accept cash as well as debit cards. For tourists visiting the UAE, a copy of your Passport, Visit Visa and Home Country Driving License and an International Driving Permit (IDP) are required to rent a car. Passport holders of GCC, UK, Canada, US and a few other countries can rent a car with just their Home Country Driving License whereas tourists from other countries need to carry an International Driving Permit. Along with the car rental fee and 5% VAT (value added tax), a security deposit is required to be paid at the time of renting the car. Security deposit can be paid by credit card (recommended), debit card or cash. Advance payment toward the car rental is recommended to secure your booking.
What do I need to rent a car and drive in Dubai?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You will need a driving licence and must be over 21 to rent a car in Dubai. However, some companies do offer rental cars for 18 years and above.
For residents of the UAE, a copy of your Emirates ID and UAE Driving Licence are needed to rent a car. While most companies require a credit card pre-auth for the security deposit, many car rental companies accept cash as well as debit cards.
For tourists visiting the UAE, a copy of your Passport, Visit Visa and Home Country Driving License and an International Driving Permit (IDP) are required to rent a car.
Passport holders of GCC, UK, Canada, US and a few other countries can rent a car with just their Home Country Driving License whereas tourists from other countries need to carry an International Driving Permit.
Along with the car rental fee and 5% VAT (value added tax), a security deposit is required to be paid at the time of renting the car. Security deposit can be paid by credit card (recommended), debit card or cash.
Advance payment toward the car rental is recommended to secure your booking.
Dubai parking is typically a combination of paid car parks and city parking zones. The parking lanes are generally big enough to accommodate all types of vehicles. mParking service that allows you to through SMS is the ideal option. The charge deducts through your local mobile phone balance. Check out our complete guide to parking in Dubai for a detailed breakdown.
Valet parking is offered at most locations across Dubai. They can set you back anywhere between AED 10 to AED 200 per hour. Most 5-star hotels and restaurants even offer free valet parking service for those driving in with a high-end luxury or sports car. They might even showcase your supercar right outside the lobby area given the status symbol that it is.
Yes, you can! In fact, most Dubai-based car rentals are coupled with a visit to Abu Dhabi. It is certainly a great way to explore interesting spots enroute other emirates.
Car rental companies allow driving their vehicles anywhere in the UAE, with the exception of a few places such as Jebel Hafeet, Jebel Jais and desert regions. Be sure to schedule your drives accordingly so you can make the best of it. Make use of Google Maps!
If you’re planning a trip to the Grand Mosque, Louvre or Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi, consider renting for 2 or more days to offset the additional mileage charge you will incur. As most car rentals, including luxury and sports cars, come with a standard mileage limit of 250-km per day. Dubai to Abu Dhabi is a good 150-km away so you’ll probably be clocking over 300 km on the journey back.
Best practice: Consult the car rental agency for suggestions concerning your travel plan. There could be extra bundles for mileages available.
What’s included: The rental number covers the regular mileage limit. Standard or third-party policy is often provided according to RTA regulations. In the case of a luxury or sports car, the rental price includes the charges for delivery and pick-up within Dubai. Baby / child seats are also available, subject to availability, free of charge upon request.
What’s excluded: The customer shall pay fuel, salik (toll charges), parking / valet fees, additional mileage charges and VAT as per usage.
Make sure you return the vehicle with the same amount of fuel you've been supplied with. Salik @ AED 5 is billed at the time of return per crossing. Also, the client is responsible for any traffic violations sustained during the leasing duration. 5% VAT (value added tax) refers to the rental volume according to UAE regulations.
Extra features that you can add to the rental package include full coverage insurance, second driver coverage and additional mileage packages.
Renting a car through OneClickDrive.com has several benefits. You get to match deals from various car rental companies on the vehicle of your choice. Just under a minute, pick the best price in the city. Find the newest and rarest car models from across the world in Dubai. Speak directly with the car rental shop, pay zero commission, booking fees or markups. You will also get free insurance and a 250-km mileage allowance per day.
Driving in Dubai is pure pleasure with vast highways, quick traffic and simple signage. We have shortlisted a couple of our favorite locations in Dubai to make the most of your car rental experience.
A fun drive extends along the Last Exit, Al Qudra-Street Food Truck Park. You can get to discover the majesty of the deserts of Dubai, though not too far from the capital. Check out Google Maps to find some amazing spots around.
A leisurely drive awaits you alongside The Walk and The Beach at JBR (Jumeirah Beach Residences). You’ll get to see the sparkly city-side of Dubai, right from the driving seat. Parking is expensive but worth it for the insta-friendly vibe, high-end cars and motorcycles blaring sweet music.
The Meydan Bridge lights up in the evening. Great spot to click some great pics with your rental car. Drop by at the Meydan Hotel for a drink; the valet experience is pretty grand.
If the sky is clear, consider a drive to SkyDive Dubai Desert Campus. Take the Dubai - Al Ain Road and you’ll see the iconic Dubai skyline receding behind you. Yes, the drive back is even more scenic.
Note: Keep off the sand! You’re not allowed to drive any rental car in the desert sand. It’s not covered by insurance and may result in a hefty fine. Consult your car rental company for clarification.
Best used handsfree with a car mobile phone holder. If you don’t have one, Amazon and Noon offers one-day delivery across Dubai.
Waze (Android / iOS) is our top favourite among driving apps. The UI might take a bit of getting used to but it’s well worth it. It’s great to avoid Police, speed traps and traffic. It’s scheduler feature is absolutely amazing to reach your every destination - on time.
RTA Smart Drive (Android / iOS) is quite nice as well. Dubai’s official navigation app is feature-packed. Available to use it in English and Arabic languages. It’s search and navigation doesn’t even require a mobile internet connection.
To steer clear of unexpected terms and conditions, it’s important to look into the rental agreement. In case you can’t find any of the below points mentioned, consult the car rental company.
Mileage limit included in the cost and additional mileage charge. Though some cars even come with unlimited mileage options. Make sure the clocked mileage is mentioned correctly on the rental agreement by the company driver.
The type of insurance included in the rental cost: comprehensive insurance is generally included. Comprehensive insurance covers you in case of any accidental damage to the vehicle, provided it isn’t your fault. A police report proving the same with a green or white slip must be produced for the same.
Excess claim amount, the maximum amount you need to pay in case you get a red slip for accidental damage to the vehicle. It covers the entire cost of repairs from your side as the balance is covered by the insurance company.
Extra duration charges in case you are unable to return the car on time. Some car rental companies charge for an additional hour if you are late by even a few minutes. Be sure to ascertain the rules for the best experience. In case you have requested the car rental company to pick up the car from your location, it’s best to remind them at least 3 hours in advance with the pick-up location via WhatsApp.