Renting a Car in the UAE: What Tourists Need to Know

If you’re looking to travel to the United Arab Emirates, you’ll want to secure some transportation for yourself so you can get around at your own pace. Car rentals in Jordan free you up to enjoy the nightlife, fine dining and unique nature that surrounds Abu Dhabi and other parts of the UAE. Here are the top questions tourists have before driving in the UAE, along with tips on what you need to know.

What are the Rules of the Road?

UAE’s rules and traffic laws are not unlike the rest of the world. So why do so many people disobey them regardless? That’s a question that may never have an answer, but it’s quite common to see luxury cars speeding along the inner lanes of a roundabout.

Some quick rules to protect yourself:

  1. Stop fully at every red light, make turns only when legally authorized to do so.
  2. Roundabouts should be used, but stick to the outer lanes if you want to avoid a crazy driving mishap.
  3. Obey the speed limit! Tourists may be unable to leave Abu Dhabi, Jordan or other parts of the UAE if they have standing traffic violations.

Where to Rent

Cars are very affordable in the UAE, so rentals are a great bargain no matter what duration your stay. You can get your car maintained by the rental company, if something goes wrong on a longer stay, so take advantage and rent a car in Amman Airport. Stepping off the plane and into your luxury ride cements the UAE experience, and it’s the perfect antidote to jet lag.

Monte Carlo Rent A Car, LLC has offices where tourists can secure a Queen Alia International Airport car rental.

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