Dubai International Airport lies just 2.5 miles east of Dubai in the Al Garhoud district, and is home to Emirates airline. The Emirates hub is the largest in the Middle East and the airline accounts for over 40% of aircraft movement at the airport. In 2016 saw the airport s over 7,700 flights a week to more than 270 destinations worldwide. Connected to the city by bus and the Metro Link, the airport is conveniently situated for those wishing to rent a car with SelfDrive to explore more of the local area.
SelfDrive.Ae has provided customers with high-quality rental vehicles. Customers arriving at the Dubai International Airport Terminal 2 Can rent cars directly from the airport and choose from a wide selection of rental including small, sedan, muv, full size suv or even Electric Cars so that they don't need to rely on public transport.
There are three terminals at Dubai International Airport with a total capacity of 90 million passengers annually. Terminal 2 opened on 1st May 1998 in a bid to reduce congestion at Terminal 1 . Today there are 50 airlines operating out of Terminal 2 and the terminal building was expanded and refurbished in 2007. It has a capacity of 5 million passengers but is undergoing another expansion, which is predicted to double this capacity. Terminal 2 is located to the north of Terminal 1 and it takes around 15-25 minutes to transfer to Terminal 1 or 3. The terminal is also home to budget airline fly Dubai.
The SelfDrive.Ae has a huge car park right next to the at Dubai International Airport Terminal 2 and Car are delivered at the Airport from Monday to Sunday, 24 hours a day.
You must be at least 23 to rent a car in the UAE, 25 in some cases, depending on the car models you are renting.
You must present a valid license held for at least one year.
Residents of the following countries can drive in the UAE without an International Driver's Permit (IDP): Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA.
All other customers must present a valid International Driver's Permit with their national driver's licence at the time of rental. All reservations needs to processed via selfdrive website and clients are requested to carry print or digital copy of the reservation. You can feel free to reach us any time incase of any help.
All reservations are needed to be made via selfdrive.ae website or PWA and have the option to upload documents on the site once the payments and reservation is confirmed. Payments can be made by using Credit Cards only and would require enough credit to cover the security deposit with starts from AED750 going upwards depending on the car model reserved.
Visitors to the UAE are only allowed to drive hire rented vehicles with the appropriate insurance and a full license. Visitors can drive from Dubai – Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Al Ain, Fujairah, Ras al Kahimah. With selfdrive offices across UAE you are sure to have us on your back just incase you ever need it.
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Hiring a car with selfdrive rent a car means you can get off the beaten track and explore all of Dubai's attractions. The city is surrounded by lush desert and has some beautiful white sandy beaches that are well worth visiting, such as Al Mamzar Beach Park, a great spot for families, and Jumeirah.
It's just a 90-minute drive to Fujairah where you can enjoy world-class diving on coral reefs, or you could take off on a deep-sea fishing trip. While you're here, don't miss the opportunity to go on a desert safari or dune bashing day out – it's quite an experience. Of course, there are plenty of attractions in the city centre too including dozens of malls where you can shop for local arts and crafts, designer clothing and accessories and more – the most famous ones being the Dubai Mall and the Mall of the Emirates.