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Rent a car in Dubai and across the UAE to enjoy our best-value rates, top-tier vehicles and trusted professional service.


Are you searching for a rent a car in Dubai rates? UAEdriving offers you the cheapest rent-a-car service in the region and top-quality vehicles available for rent.


UAEdriving houses the best car hire offers and cheap rates, but we also ensure customer satisfaction by providing personalized, professional service across the UAE. Our team will be happy to help you choose the best car rental package for your needs to bring you 100% convenience as we deliver your rental vehicle directly anywhere you are in the city.

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24/7 Road Side Assistance

Frequently Booked Cars

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Toyota Yaris

Sedan
  • Daily AED 115
    AED 95
  • Weekly AED 670
    AED 570
  • Monthly AED 1600
    AED 1450
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Kia Picanto

Hatchback
  • Daily AED 89
    AED 69
  • Weekly AED 550
    AED 450
  • Monthly AED 1400
    AED 1199
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Model: 2020

Kia Sportage

SUV
  • Daily AED 150
    AED 130
  • Weekly AED 900
    AED 820
  • Monthly AED 2580
    AED 2150
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Mazda 3

Sedan
  • Daily AED 120
    AED 100
  • Weekly AED 700
    AED 600
  • Monthly AED 2099
    AED 1599
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Nissan Kicks

SUV
  • Daily AED 140
    AED 125
  • Weekly AED 955
    AED 800
  • Monthly AED 2460
    AED 1850
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Model: 2020

Kia Pegas

Sedan
  • Daily AED 100
    AED 80
  • Weekly AED 620
    AED 520
  • Monthly AED 1625
    AED 1425

Documents Required To Rent A Car In Dubai, Abu Dhabi & The UAE

You are eligible to rent a car accross the emirates
provided you have the below mentioned valid documents with you

For UAE Residents

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    UAE Driving License

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    Emirates ID

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    Resident Visa

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    Passport Copy

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For Tourists Visiting The UAE

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    Passport Copy

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    Visit Visa

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    Home Country Driving License

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    International Driving Permit

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Always Choose Best Car Rental Company in Dubai

For hassle-free travel across the city, you can opt for car rental in Dubai daily, weekly or enjoy the services of the monthly car rental in Dubai at the most reasonable price. What is more, you can rent a car in Silicon Oasis, rent a car fast in Al Quoz, get a car rental to International City or check out our budget-friendly rent-a-car services in Al Barsha, Musaffah or Al Rigga.

For hassle-free travel across the city, you can opt for car rental in Dubai daily, weekly or enjoy the services of the monthly car rental in Dubai at the most reasonable price.


What is more, you can rent a car in Silicon Oasis, rent a car fast in Al Quoz, get a car rental to International City or check out our budget-friendly rent-a-car services in Al Barsha, Musaffah or Al Rigga.


UAEdriving can present the best-value rent-a-car offers by connecting you to the leading car hire companies in Dubai and the UAE. That means you get to choose from a wide range of options, from SUVs to sedans. You may also rent not just one car or two but an entire fleet for your group or company.


Let us help you choose from trusted rent-a-car companies in Dubai and the UAE. Customers can select and hire cars from various renowned brand like Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, Chevrolet, Mitsubishi Infinity & Kia. For fast and easy car rentals, book now.

Find the Reliable Cars for Rent in the Dubai

Our car rental portal offers top quality cars and best-value solutions that you cannot find in other rent a car company in Dubai. Enjoy our top service of car lease in Dubai and get to choose from our wide range of options, from SUVs to sedans to pickup trucks for long-term and short-term rental in Dubai. Whether it be for a day or six-to-twelve-month lease, customers can be guaranteed to receive the best service.


Besides car rentals services, UAEdriving also offers you the best chauffeur service in Dubai with a professional approach. Here you can find a significant number of budget-friendly services, which will turn your drive around Emirates into an unforgettable memory.


Getting a car with driver services is an excellent choice for you as traffic in Dubai is sometimes busy, especially during peak periods. So, with a professional driver, you can safely travel and avoid rush hours, getting your preferred destination feeling confident and keeping your comfort. In short, you will get a chance to have a quick and hassle-free experience.

Why Opt for Top-Rated Companies for Car Rental in UAE?

So, suppose you want to travel with the cleanest, most excellent and safest rental cars and enjoy your car-travelling experience. In that case, UAEdriving is one of your top-rated choice for renting a car in Dubai and across the United Arab Emirates. With it, you can also enjoy the wide range of other services offered like van rental in Dubai or bus rental service.


Our goals are to provide you with new and maintained rental cars with high-end service, a customer-focused approach, your safety and comfort. We have an excellent solution to everyone’s needs and demands, so anyone can choose from our range of cars and pickup rentals in Dubai and find an offer that will best suit their needs and budget. If you hesitate, never mind: our devoted customer service team is always with you and willing to help you make your choice.


Hence, with UAEdriving your choice is between best to best. If you choose it, you opt for your comfort, quality, safety and reliability. We aim to meet your expectations and help to get you the best solution among car rentals in UAE. We love our satisfied customers and give much value to keep the best service standards to see our happy clients.

Top 15 Things to know when renting a car in Dubai: Comprehensive Guide 2021

Ask any resident of the United Arab Emirates what the best way to experience the country would be, and they'll all have the same answer- drive. With one of the most advanced road infrastructures globally- including massive superhighways and interchanges- the country roads are built for drivers. Renting a car will definitely improve your trip and help you make memories that will last forever.

Many of the best experiences the country has to offer are far removed from the hubbub of its main cities. If you ever want to catch the sunset over the Al Qudra Oasis, kayak through the stunning lakes of Hatta or experience the awe-inspiring views from the top of Jabel Jais, a car is a must.

Although many tourist sites can be accessed using public transport, your wallet will thank you for renting a car. Fares for airport transfers, inter-city trips and taxis to more out-of-the-way spots can rack up quickly, making having your transportation the most budget-friendly option.

Don't let rigid pick-up schedules and inflexible timetables limit your experience. The greatest thing about renting a car can offer the freedom to forge your trail and create your adventures.



1. What documents do I need to rent a car in Dubai?

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Because it is such a popular choice among visitors, renting a car in Dubai is a surprisingly straightforward process. All you need is your passport, your visit visa and your driving license from home. Depending on where you are coming from, you may also need an international driving permit (more on that later).

You must also be 21 years or older, although some supercar companies require you to be over 25 to rent certain cars.



What You'll Need


Passport

Visit Visa

Home Country
Driving License

International Driving Permit
(If Required)


2. Can I rent a car using just my existing driving license?

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Although all tourists are expected to provide their passport and visit visa, you can rent a car using only your driving license if issued in one of the exempted countries mentioned below. Some of the accepted ones include the USA driving license, the UK driving license, the Canadian driving license, the EU driving license and more.

If your driving license is not from one of the countries mentioned below, you'll need to provide an international driving permit in additionally to rent a vehicle in the UAE.


Driving Licenses valid in the UAE

Austria

Bahrain

Belgium

Canada

China

Denmark

Italy

Kuwait

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Oman

Serbia

Singapore

Slovakia

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Ireland

New Zealand

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Saudi Arabia (KSA)

Switzerland

Netherlands (Holland)

Turkey

United Kingdom  (UK)

USA

 


3. I come from an exempted country. Can I convert my existing driving license into a UAE driving license?

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Yes, you can! Getting a UAE driving license usually requires you to undergo hours of training and tests, but if you come from an exempted country (see above), you can easily convert or transfer your existing license into a UAE license.

If you are between 18 and 21, this license will be valid for one year; if you are older than 21, the driving permit is valid for two years. Before beginning the process, prepare the following documents:

  • Emirates ID
  • Driving license, the original and a photocopy
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC)from your sponsor unless you work in one of these fields
  • Certified eye test. You can find Dubai Health Authority-certified eye tests at many opticians.
  • Medical screening certified by the DHA if you are over 65.
  • Letter from your consulate or embassy, if you are a citizen of Greece, Japan, South Korea or Quebec, Canada.
  • Legal translation of your driving license, if you are a citizen of Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Portugal,
  • Theory test, taken at Deira Licensing Department (for Singapore driving license holders)

If you hold a diplomatic passport, you will need to present:

  • Driving license, the original and a photocopy.
  • Diplomatic passport, the original and a photocopy.
  • Certified eye test, from the DHA.
  • Letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (valid for at least six months from the date of submission).
  • Diplomatic card from your embassy, consulate or international organization (in place of Emirates ID).

If you have a driving license from an exempted country and are a GCC national, make sure to have your:

  • Emirates ID
  • Driving license, the original and a photocopy.
  • Certified eye test from the DHA.

4. How to convert(Transfer) License to UAE Driving License?

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Once you have all your documents ready, here are the simple steps you can take to convert or transfer your license to a UAE driving license!


Transfer Your License To A UAE Driving License

In These Simple Steps

1. Certified Eye Test from the DHA

2. Go to an RTA Customer Centre

3. Fill up an application form

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4. Submit all your documents

5. Wait for your application to be verified

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6. Once a new account is opened with our info,
pay the necessary fees at the cashier

7. Have your photograph taken one your name is called

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8. Receive your UAE license in just a few minutes!


This process can be completed with minimal fees, as listed below:

  • Opening a new file: AED 200
  • Issuing a license: AED 600
  • Handbook manual: AED 50
  • Knowledge and innovation fee: AED 20

5. How much does it cost to rent a car in Dubai? Which car is best for me?

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Although there are slight seasonal variations, the cost of renting a car in Dubai starts from AED 69 per day for a basic hatchback. Because it is a year-round tourist hub, the rates are quite competitive, and many companies offer cheaper weekly and monthly plans.

However, more significant variations in pricing can occur depending on the type of car most suited to your needs. Follow our handy guide to determining which car is right for your needs.

1. Economy cars

Compact and budget-friendly basic sedans or hatchbacks, economy cars are the best option for you while staying within city limits. Perfect for independent city explorers, economy cars can usually comfortably accommodate four people and a moderate amount of luggage. These cars also have the additional advantage of consuming less fuel, making them the greenest and cheapest car option available.

  • Daily rates: AED 69 to AED 500
  • Weekly rates: AED 450 to AED 2800
  • Monthly rates: AED 1380 to AED 4450

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Toyota Yaris

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Sedan
  • Daily AED 115
    AED 95
  • Weekly AED 670
    AED 570
  • Monthly AED 1600
    AED 1450
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Kia Picanto

or similar

Hatchback
  • Daily AED 89
    AED 69
  • Weekly AED 550
    AED 450
  • Monthly AED 1400
    AED 1199

2. SUVs and minivans

If you plan on getting away from the city, an SUV or a minivan is the better choice for you. SUVs have the additional advantage of being perfect for adventurers looking to drive into the desert to enjoy a bit of off-roading. However, both have the luxury of being able to comfortably accommodate up to 7 people and a large amount of luggage, making it perfect for large families or groups going on long road trips.

  • Daily rates: AED 120 to AED 1045
  • Weekly rates: AED 800 to AED 3000
  • Monthly rates: AED 2000 to AED 6000

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Nissan Kicks

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SUV
  • Daily AED 140
    AED 125
  • Weekly AED 955
    AED 800
  • Monthly AED 2460
    AED 1850
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Toyota Prado 2.7

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SUV
  • Daily AED 370
    AED 350
  • Weekly AED 2375
    AED 2275
  • Monthly AED 4100
    AED 3750

3. Luxury and sports cars

The UAE's well-known love for fast and expensive cars gives renters the unique opportunity to rent luxury and sports cars that would put a Fast and Furious movie to shame. If you fancy driving a Maserati or a Ferrari for a trip, these Luxury cars are available to rent at relatively reasonable prices.

  • Daily rates: AED 600 to AED 3500
  • Weekly rates: AED 12000 to AED 24000

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6. Will car insurance cover my rented car in the UAE?

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Yes! UAE law requires car rental companies to provide you with third party liability insurance inclusive of the rental price. Some additional insurances you could get on top of that include:

  • Loss Damage Waiver, which will ensure you are covered if your rental car is stolen or damaged.
  • Personal Effects Cover, which will cover you if your personal belongings are stolen from your rental car.
  • Personal Accident Insurance, which will ensure that your medical costs are covered in case you get into a road accident in your rented car

Several rental companies offer even more insurance options throughout the rental process. You could also check with your bank at home to see if they provide rental car insurances abroad- you could save quite a bit of money if this option is available to you.

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If you are considering going off-roading or dune bashing, be warned that while some companies offer insurance for the same, some do not allow you to do so in their rental cars. Check with your rental company first to avoid any unwelcome encounters.

7. What if I can't drive? Could I rent a car with a driver in Dubai?

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Renting a car with a driver in the UAE is a great way to get around, and rates are quite competitive, given the high demand for the service. It is even the recommended option for trips to busier tourist sites, as you won't have to bother with the hassle of finding parking.

Given the UAE's diverse nature, chauffeurs in Dubai are multilingual, giving them a professional edge over many of their international counterparts. Being able to communicate with your driver easily means that you could find out about a few spots on the way to your destination that may not exist on most tourist itineraries.

Chauffeured rides are also more straightforward in cost calculation as the prices include both petrol and road tolls, with any extra charges levied on inter-city transfers being clearly stated. There is also the factor of allowing a local to navigate a new city's roads, which provides you with extra safety from fines or road accidents.

As per UAE law, only certain cars can be provided with a chauffeur and are technically classified as 'limos', even though they don't necessarily have to be of the stereotypical stretch limo variety. Like a Toyota Camry, economy cars cannot come with a chauffeur, so most chauffeured cars are either SUVs, people carriers or luxury models like the Lexus ES350 or the Mercedes Sprinter.

  • Daily rate: Starting from AED 600
  • Airport transfers: Starting from AED 200

8. Do I have to pay road tolls if I rent a car in Dubai?

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To maintain and expand their excellent road infrastructure, the cities in the UAE do levy tolls using a series of electronic gates.

Every time you go through a toll, you will be automatically charged AED 4 using the Salik tag attached to your windscreen. The rental company places a deposit on your credit card from which the total sum of tolls you incur will be deducted, with the rest being returned to you when you return the vehicle.

PRO TIP

Select the ‘avoid tolls’ option on your GPS to find a cheaper route, as there is no cap on how many road tolls you can be charged in a day.

9. How much do I have to pay as a security deposit when I rent a car in Dubai?

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As is the industry practice worldwide, you will need to pay a security deposit before you can drive off in your rented car. Although this amount can vary greatly depending on your rental company and the vehicle you're renting, the deposit for a basic sedan is usually around AED 900. If you don't have a chauffeur, any road tolls or fines you incur will be deducted from this deposit, with the remainder being returned to you.

Most companies accept the amount via cash or credit card authorization and will not accept cheques. If you don't have a credit card or don't wish to use it abroad, most companies can give you the option to set up a wire transfer to your bank to refund your cash deposit. Given a choice, though, it is always wiser to pay the deposit using your credit card, not cash, as you can get your money back faster and more hassle-free.

10. When will I get my security deposit back?

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Rental car companies often block the deposit amount on your credit card. Since traffic fines sometimes generate several days after the incident is recorded by the Roads and Transport Authority, companies block the deposit amount on a credit card as a safety net for fines incurred on their leased cars while you rented them.

Road tolls and vehicle damages are also recorded a few days by the rental company to be paid by the driver. If there are no fines or deductibles, the blocked amount is released within 14-20 days.

11. How do I pay for my rental car?

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Most rental car companies accept all major credit cards, debit cards and cash. Cheques are not usually taken.

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12. What are the driving rules in the UAE?

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You will be driving on the right side of the road and passing on the left, as is the norm in many countries. This might be something you need to be more aware of if you come from a country that drives on the left, such as Australia or the UK.

Speed limits are always clearly signalled and posted and are generally the same across the country.

Speed Limits


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Motorways

120 km/ph
(minimum of 60 km/ph)

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Urban Areas

60 km/ph

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Residential Areas

40 km/ph

If you are travelling with small children between 4 and 8 years old, the law requires that they sit in a child car seat in the back. Most car rental companies will provide these car seats at a small additional cost if you don't have your own. Also, note that children under the age of 13 are not allowed to sit in a car's front seat.

The UAE has a zero-tolerance policy towards drinking and driving, requiring drivers to have a blood alcohol content of zero at all times. Driving under the influence will result in hefty fines up to AED 30,000, license suspension, jail time and even deportation.

All cars on the road need to be registered and fully insured, so make sure your rental company provides you with all the necessary paperwork in case you are required to show them.

13. What fines should I watch out for in the UAE? What is the 'black points' system?

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To ensure safety, the Road and Transport Authority strictly enforces the road rules using a system of fines and black points.

The black points system in the UAE applies to foreign license and UAE license. These black points are assigned to a driver's license when they violate specific traffic laws- accruing a total of 24 black points will result in you facing your license being revoked or being banned from driving any vehicles for a year.

As mentioned before, any fines you incur are taken out of your security deposit by your rental agency. Offences that you can be penalized for are listed below:


TRAFFIC FINES IN THE UAE: Violation Type - Speeding

VIOLATION FINE AMOUNT BLACK POINTS ADDITIONAL PENALTIES
More than 80 kmph over posted limit AED 3,000 23 Confiscation for 60 days
More than 60 kmph over posted limit AED 2,000 12 Confiscation for 30 days
Less than 60 kmph over posted limit AED 1,500 6 Confiscation for 15 days
Less than 50 kmph under posted limit AED 1,000 - -
Less than 40 kmph under posted limit AED 700 - -
Less than 30 kmph under posted limit AED 600 - -
Less than 20 kmph under the speed limit AED 300 - -


TRAFFIC FINES IN THE UAE: Violation Type - RECKLESS DRIVING

VIOLATION FINE AMOUNT BLACK POINTS ADDITIONAL PENALTIES
Endangering lives of road users AED 2,000 23 Confiscation for 60 days
Driving without number plates AED 3,000 23 Confiscation for 90 days
Sudden swerving AED 1,000 4 -
Blocking traffic AED 1,000 6 -
Jumping a red signal AED 1,000 12 Confiscation for 30 days
Not leaving a safe distance between vehicles (tailgating) AED 400 4 -
Overtaking on the hard shoulder AED 1,000 6 -
Driving under the influence of alcohol AED 20,000/jail term decided by the court 23 Confiscation for 60 days
Driving under the influence of drugs/similar substances Fine/jail term decided by the court - Confiscation for 60 days, suspension of license for one year after the end of jail term


TRAFFIC FINES IN THE UAE: Violation Type - GENERAL DRIVING

VIOLATION FINE AMOUNT BLACK POINTS ADDITIONAL PENALTIES
Using the phone while driving AED 800 4 -
Driving without a seatbelt AED 400 4 -
Driving with expired tyres AED 500 4 Confiscation for 7 days
Driving without a valid insurance/registration AED 500 5 Confiscation for 7 days
Exceeding 50% of car window tinting limit AED 1,500 - -
Driving a noisy vehicle AED 2,000 6 -
Transporting passengers illegally AED 3,000 24 Confiscation for 30 days
Jaywalking AED 400 - -
Using a quadbike on the road AED 3,000 - Confiscation for 90 days
Throwing garbage while driving AED 1,000 6 -

14. Do I have to pay for my fuel if I rent a car? How does fuel cost in the UAE?

Although you will be provided with a full tank at pick-up, the standard practise among car rental companies in the UAE means that you will have to pay for additional top-ups and cover fuel expenses.

However, gas is pretty cheap in the UAE, so don't let gas prices deter you. As of March 1st, 2021, the cost of petrol in the UAE stands at AED2.12 per litre for Super98; AED1.91 for Special 95, and AED2.15 for diesel. Make sure to confirm what type of fuel is best for your rental car with your agency.

PRO TIP

Find out what mileage your car can deliver if you plan to go on longer trips,
This will help you plan smarter and avoid petrol stations at crowded peak hours

15. How much does parking cost?

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Parking in Dubai is usually divided into two kinds- mall/private parking and public parking.

Being a major attraction in the UAE, Malls usually have paid private parking spaces, which vary significantly in price. Usually, malls allow you to park for around 3-4 hours before charging a parking fee of around AED 20. Many malls around the country also offer free parking on Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays.

The public parking system varies from city to city and zone to zone in the UAE, but in general, the prices are AED 2 per hour, AED 5 for two hours, AED 8 for three hours and AED 10 for 24 hours. You can park for free on Fridays and public holidays, and people with disabilities can always park for free.

Check here for a full guide on parking zones and rates in the UAE:

Dubai (Orange color) & Abu Dhabi (Blue color) Parking Meters

There are many ways to pay for parking in Dubai:

  1. Coins: You can buy your ticket using coins at meters located nearby.
  2. Pre-paid parking cards: These are available in AED 30 and AED 100 denominations at most supermarkets and grocery stores. The ticket amount will be deducted from the card's balance when inserted into its slot on the parking meter.
  3. Seasonal parking cards: Seasonal parking cards are available in different values and periods of validity. Cards fall into A, B and T categories and are available in three-month, six-month and annually.
  4. mParking: Send an SMS to 7275 in the following format: number plate-space-area code-number of hours. You can opt for hourly alerts for renewing your parking tickets at an extra charge of 30 fils per SMS.
  5. Nol Card: This deductible card can be purchased from metro stations and loaded with a minimum amount of AED 10.
  6. UAE Government Transportation Apps

Learn more about how you can pay for parking here.
To ensure safety, there are also six major parking violations with fines put in place. These are:

  1. Parking illegally- AED 500
  2. Parking in loading and unloading areas: AED 200
  3. Parking on the left-hand shoulder of the road is prohibited areas- AED 1000
  4. Parking without securing your vehicle- AED 500
  5. Parking behind cars and blocking their movement- AED 500
  6. Parking in front of a fire hydrant or spaces allocated for ambulances or people with special needs- AED 1000
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