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If you want to see everything Riyadh has to offer, there is no better way to do so from behind the wheel of a rental car from Sixt. Stop spending your vacation waiting on the bus, or wasting money here and there with ride-shares or taxis. Having your own ride allows you to go to the places you want to see the most, when you want. Make your upcoming getaway to Saudi Arabia more enjoyable with a Sixt car rental.
With everything to do and see in and around , you'll be wanting to explore more than the block your hotel is on while on your trip. Whether you have to have dinner at that latest chophouse across town or try some of the local hot spots, you'll need your own car to see and do as much as you can while on your vacation. No matter what you end up doing in , if you wish to get the most out of your visit, having your vehicle is key.
When Martin Sixt started his company, Germany didn't have a proper network of roads. But with forward thinking, like the first worldwide car rental company to let you book via your iPhone, and a priority on offering superior customer service, Sixt has grown into one of the most popular international rental car companies in the world.
CarRentals.com strives to get you the lowest price, no matter when you reserve your car. However, getting your car ahead of time can help keep spending low. Make sure to not add an additional driver and read the mileage policy to avoid any surprise fees.
Make sure to present your driver's permit and a credit card in your name.
Most suppliers in Riyadh require that you at least be 21 years old to rent a car. Some rentals, especially higher category vehicles, may have an additional fee if you are under 25. Take time to check Sixt's policy to determine if there is an additional cost before you book.
That depends on your needs and what you'll be doing when you visit Riyadh. Compact or economy cars are easier to park and ideal for short commutes. If you are traveling with a bigger group, then a mid-size vehicle or SUV will have more room for luggage and provide a more comfortable ride on longer commutes. Those looking for a little luxury on their getaway can choose the premium category for a car like a Cadillac or Audi or similar.
You are required to have insurance before you rent from Sixt in Saudi Arabia. Many of the major credit cards (Discover, American Express, Visa and MasterCard) usually provide some coverage. However, many of them have prohibitions, such as not covering bigger vehicles, like premium models or some SUVs. Make sure to call and find out exactly what your credit card will cover and how much before you head to . Additionally, as a United States citizen, you can also add on Collision Damage Coverage through CarRentals.com at checkout.
Sixt does require a deposit when you reserve your rental car. Sixt will block the deposit on your credit once you reserve your vehicle for your trip to Riyadh. Please note that the deposit will vary greatly depending on the make and model of the rental.
At CarRentals.com, we encourage a full tank policy. You receive the car with full tank, and you should bring it back it topped off. To avoid any added expenses, it is best to fill up your tank before you return the car to Sixt. Stations near or around airports or car rental places tend to have higher prices.
Riyadh definitely has its charms, but you may want to take to the road again after you've checked off all the activities here.
Sixt usually offers one-way rentals. You may find it more convenient to return your rental at a different location. However, there may be an additional charge when you choose one-way.
With so much to do and see in Riyadh, having the keys to your own ride lets you explore at your own pace. When you're ready to explore more of Saudi Arabia, you can leave when you want to, without having to wait for the bus or hail a cab.
Before your next business or leisure trip, book your Sixt Riyadh rental car and visit all the items on your itinerary. Reserve through CarRentals.com and drive the streets in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.