Car rental in Dubai can be arranged at the airport as you can find representatives of most companies there.


To be eligible to drive in the UAE, you will need an international driver’s license. Weekly rent a car Dubai will ask you this before discussing the rental in more detail, so make sure you have that covered before you arrive in Dubai.

Do not abuse!

Dubai locals don’t take offensive or obscene gestures while driving too lightly. While this may be a recognized norm for you, it is an offense. In fact, if someone reports it to the authorities, it can land you in jail!

Alley- cling to them!

Whether in Bordeaux or the bourgeoisie, when traveling on highways and freeways in Dubai, stick to your lane and always try to avoid the lane on the left side as this can cause attention. Careless attention is not necessary as drivers behind will constantly bother you to change lanes or give way to One Click Drive.

Never fly scene

Small bumps can happen if someone accuses you of scratching their paint or leaving a dent on their car. It’s okay to ignore them. However, if there is an accident, never leave the scene until the police take your statement, or you will be tried as a criminal.

Toll and “Salik”

Remember to bear the change, because you have to pay the fee. Since the toll booths are unchanged for UAD 100, make sure you buy the correct amount to avoid any discomfort.

As you pass through Sheikh Zayed Road you will notice ‘Salik’ toll points which offer automated services which means necessary deductions are made directly on your Salik card.

This card is provided by each car hire in Dubai, as they will then calculate the total amount to be deducted from your final bill. So, remember to ask for their card before going down the street.

Did you know that Dubai has an extensive road network with 8-lane and 10-lane highways? Before driving a cheap car for rent in Dubai, find out what you can do about traffic and road conditions in the emirate. Here are some of them.

Speed  limit

You can see these signs posted where there are speed cameras. But as you can see, here is a list of the current speed limits

  • – Small suburban roads: 40 km per hour
  • – Main road: 60 to 80 km per hour
  • – Expressways: 100 to 120 kilometers per hour
  • – Jumeirah Beach Road: 70 km per hour
  • – Al Khawaniz Road: 80 km per hour

Be sure to follow this speed limit. Otherwise, you will be slapped with between 200 and 500 dirhams.

Go – puppet

In the old days, all you needed to get to any destination in Dubai was 15 minutes. Today is not so. Sometimes, the path is clear; Other times they are very large crowds. Avoid traffic jams by taking note of the following congestion times:

– 7:00am to 10:00am

– 12:30pm to 2:00pm

– Afternoon 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Roads to avoid traffic jams

Huge traffic jams are rare in Dubai but similarly, you should avoid the busiest places during rush hour. The worst places to get stuck in traffic are the Shindagha Tunnel, Sharjah-Dubai Highway, Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Wasl Road, and Emirates Road. During rush hour, a short trip involving any of these routes can easily delay you by at least an hour!

Renting a car in Dubai will require you to have some paperwork before you leave the car. For this reason, I recommend arranging a car rental Dubai online. That way, you’ll know what documents to show when picking up your rental car at the airport.