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There is no better way to see everything Abu Dhabi has to offer than by getting behind the wheel of your Hertz rental car. Don't spend your time waiting for the bus or hailing taxis to go to the sights. Having your own ride allows you to go to the spots you want to see the most, whenever you want. Make your upcoming getaway to United Arab Emirates more enjoyable with a Hertz car rental.
With everything to do and see in and around the Abu Dhabi area, you'll be wanting to take in more than your hotel room during your visit. Whether you are hoping to have dinner at the bistro that has gotten rave reviews across town or see some of the best local favorites, you'll want your own set of wheels to see and do as much as possible while on your trip. Wherever you drive to in Abu Dhabi, if you wish to get the most out of your time in the city, having your car is a must.
CarRentals.com works with the most dependable dealers in the industry. Hertz has over 100 years of experience and a fleet featuring some of the most respected in the business, like Kia and Ford. With Hertz history and thousands of franchises all over the world, you know you'll be in great hands.
We strive to get you the best price, no matter when you book. However, booking ahead of time can help keep spending low. Be sure to not add an additional driver and read the mileage policy to avoid any surprise fees.
Make sure to bring credit card, as well as your driver's license.
Hertz's minimum age to rent a car in Abu Dhabi is 21. Make sure to review Hertz's policies, as there may be limitations if you are under 25 in most cases or for higher category cars in particular.
That depends on how many people you are traveling with and what activities you want to do in Abu Dhabi. Compact or economy cars are great for short commutes and are easier to park. If you are traveling with family or friends, then a sedan or SUV is going to have enough room for all of you and provide a more comfortable ride. Those looking for a bit of extravagance on their Abu Dhabi vacation can choose the premium category to get a car like a Mercedes C-Class or Cadillac XTS or similar.
In United Arab Emirates you do need to have insurance before you rent a car. Many of the major credit card issuers (Discover, American Express, Visa and MasterCard) typically cover your car rental. But many of them have limitations, such as not covering larger vehicles, like premium models or some SUVs. It is best to call and find out exactly what your credit card will cover and how much before you head to Abu Dhabi. Otherwise, as a United States citizen, you can also add on Collision Damage Coverage with CarRentals.com at checkout.
Hertz does require a deposit when you reserve your rental. Hertz will block the deposit on your credit once you book your rental for your trip. Please note that the deposit may vary greatly based on the model and make of the vehicle.
At CarRentals.com, we advise a full to full policy. You should get your vehicle with a full tank. If you return the rental with less than the amount it was given to you, most companies will charge a premium, and sometimes up to 3X the amount of current gas prices to refill it. For a cheaper rate, it is best to find a gas station before you return the car to Hertz.
Abu Dhabi certainly has its charms, but you may want to hit the road after you've checked off all the activities here.
Hertz offers one-way rentals in most cases. You may find it easier to drop off your rental car at another location. However, there may be an additional fee when you choose one-way.
With so much to do and see in Abu Dhabi, having your own auto lets you explore at your own pace. When you are ready to see more of United Arab Emirates, you can drive wherever you like, without having to hanging out a stop waiting for the bus or wave down a cab.
Before you head out of town, book your Hertz Abu Dhabi rental car and visit all the must-see sights at your leisure. Book through CarRentals.com and cruise the open road in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.