SUV rental in Dubai is very worthwhile for all types of clients. Although families often rent SUVs because of their ample space, they are equally popular for business professionals and individuals who want to guarantee comfort and performance. With its integrated road network, SUVs are a great way to explore Dubai. The city is easy to drive around, with most locations being accessible within 20 to 30 minutes. SUVs provide great value for car renters and come with varying degrees of luxury. This includes more basic economy models to high-end luxury SUVs from the likes of Range Rover and Mercedes.
Here at Renty, we have a wide range of SUVs available to rent for all types of client. This includes a varying selection of price ranges, sizes, and levels of performance. Our luxury SUVs include models from Land Rover/Range Rover, Maserati, and Mercedes. While more affordable examples include those from Nissan and Toyota. Business professionals often rent the Chevrolet Tahoe or Range Rover Sport. While style-conscious city slickers enjoy the rugged looks of the Mercedes G63 AMG.
SUV rental in Dubai is more affordable than most people imagine. From as little as AED 150 a day, clients can enjoy great comfort, high levels of safety, and outstanding performance. Average prices for SUV rental hover around the AED 750 mark. But more luxurious and modern SUVs can exceed AED 1000 per day. With an affordable price to suit individuals, families, and business professionals, Renty is the intelligent choice for SUV rental in the UAE.
Although most SUVs have been designed to withstand challenging terrain, most rental providers do not cover off-road driving. This is because of off-roading places additional strain on the car’s engine and parts. The practice can also lead to external cosmetic damage, which requires additional cost to maintain a flawless appearance. All SUV cars on the Renty platform are not available for off-road driving. However, there are some specialist rental providers in Dubai who are able to offer this service.
Clients who rent a car through Renty must sign a rental agreement. The terms of the agreement vary from provider to provider. But most agreements will have a mileage limit in place. Going over the mileage limit will usually incur additional charges after vehicle hand-back. In some cases, a rental provider may provide a flexible mileage limit - or even offer unlimited mileage. Clients on a budget should try to stick below the mileage limit if possible. Calculating the average amount of miles/kilometers needed prior to rental will ensure no surprise bills at the end of the agreement.
When renting an SUV in Dubai, certain documents are required before the provider can issue the car. For tourists or business professionals with no residential status, a valid passport, visa entry stamp, and a home country license is required. Residents of the UAE are usually only required to provide a valid driving license. Many country licenses are accepted all over the UAE. Including U.S. driver's licenses. Each rental provider will give further details about which documents are required. It is worth noting that the UAE requires car renters to be 21 years or older.
All the car rental partners we work with provide standard insurance as part of the rental agreement. This is a legal requirement within the UAE. However, this only provides protection against third-party accidents and damage. We highly recommend spending a little more and taking out comprehensive car insurance, otherwise known as Collision Damage Waiver (CDW). This provides protection against accidental damage caused by the vehicle driver. Some rental companies will make CDW a requirement within the rental agreement, while others may only require standard insurance.
Each car rented via Renty will come with a set amount of fuel. This is usually enough for a few mile’s worths of driving (more than enough to visit a nearby filling station). It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure the car is properly topped up with fuel. Breakdown charges and fines caused by a lack of fuel will also be the responsibility of the car renter. We recommend analyzing the approximate amount of miles to be driven per day and work a suitable fuel budget around this information. This will ensure enough fuel and prevent unnecessary breakdowns and associated recovery charges.
Clients renting an SUV should be aware that some services are not included in the rental price. Car parking is one area where clients will need to pay additional fees. Most car parks in Dubai charge by the hour, with some offering short-stay, long-stay, or a mixture of both. In a similar fashion, clients are also responsible for access to toll roads, e.g. Salik. The system used in Dubai operates on a pre-pay model and automatically charges cars who drive across the gateway. Any road fines, breakdown or recovery fees are also the responsibility of the client. Be sure to read the rental agreement thoroughly to become fully aware of all associated fees.