Renting a Porsche in Dubai can be well worthwhile. Dubai is a fantastic city to drive around and welcomes many thousands of visitors on a daily basis. With its integrated transport network, Dubai is easy to get around no matter how one travels. But driving around Dubai gives motorists the opportunity to experience the city like no other method. And with a high-end rental sports car, both tourists and business professionals can mix it with Dubai’s rich and famous while seeing all the top hotspots.
At Renty, we have a growing selection of popular Porsche models. This includes cars in a variety of color schemes. For renters wanting affordability and great excitement, the Porsche Boxster GTS is a speedy and delightfully compact car. Porsche's high-end SUV, the Cayenne, is ideal for transporting family, friends, and business associates. Or choose the Porsche Panamera in black to showcase a professional, successful image.
Renting a Porsche in Dubai is not expensive using the Renty platform. We provide highly competitive prices across our entire range of vehicles. A Porsche Boxster can be rented from as little as AED 700 per day. The price for a recent Porsche Panamera is approximately AED 1200 per day. As with all our cars, the price varies according to the rental provider and the age of the model.
Most Porsche supercars found on Renty come with a 250 km/day mileage limit. But this can vary from provider to provider. Some car models come with 999 km per day, giving the driver plenty of scope for exploring Dubai and the wider UAE. Renters that exceed the mileage limit will be charged a fixed fee. This can be settled at the end of the rental agreement.
A Porsche can be a great choice for business users. Many business people in Dubai want to impress their clients. Or they want to give the impression of success to help them secure a sale or contract. The Porsche brand is excellent for this purpose. SUV Porsche cars can work well when extra seating and space are required.
Yes. It is not a problem for another person to drive. But they do need to show all the necessary paperwork and fulfill the legal requirements. Full documentation will be required for both visitors to the UAE and people with residential status. There is a small additional charge for adding a second driver to the agreement.
The documentation required depends on residential status. UAE residents who have an Emirates ID only need to show a valid driver’s license. However, tourists and business professionals from abroad need to show their passport, a visa entry stamp or waiver, and a country of origin driver’s license. Please be aware that the minimum legal age for car rental in the UAE is 21 years. Some providers have an age restriction of 23 years or above.
Yes. Insurance is a legal requirement in the UAE. All cars rented using the Renty platform will come with basic insurance as standard. This gives cover as long as the driver does not cause the accident. It comes as part of the rental agreement. More comprehensive insurance is available. Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) protects against accidental damage caused by the driver. This is the recommended option.
Although rental cars come with some fuel, the driver needs to ensure this is kept topped up. Renters are responsible for fuel costs throughout the life of the rental agreement. At the time of rental, the provider can give directions to nearby filling stations. Any costs associated with a lack of fuel are the responsibility of the renter.
In the event that there is a breakdown or accident, Renty partners can arrange roadside assistance, 24 hours a day. The vehicle should stay in position unless the damage is minor and the car is blocking oncoming traffic. The police need to be informed after an accident so they can file a report. This is required to make an insurance claim. Call toll-free 800 4710 for breakdowns and accident assistance.
There are a number of services that clients are responsible for outside of the rental agreement. For crossing Salik toll gates, there is an AED 5 charge. This can be billed either at the end of the rental agreement or pre-paid beforehand using the security deposit. Car parking and associated charges are the responsibility of the renter. Any parking fines due to overstaying must also be settled by the client.
The city of Dubai is packed full of interesting places to visit. It is impossible to see all the amazing sights in a single visit. But we can point clients in the direction of must-see attractions. Nearly everyone who visits Dubai wants to see the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. But there are many more areas in Dubai. Dubai Gold Souk provides a traditional market experience and is a great place to bag genuine gold jewelry. Aquaventure Waterpark on Palm Jumeirah is popular with families. Or hop to Dubai Marina to see a wonderland of expensive yachts and luxury high-rise apartment complexes.