Morocco Car Rental


Location Details

Opening hours

Sunday 09:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Monday 09:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Tuesday 09:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Wednesday 09:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Thursday 09:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Friday 09:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Economy Rent a Car Rabat
Rabat-Salé International Airport
Rabat, Morocco (RBA)
Phone Number
(786) 975-2222

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Are you ready to embark on an extraordinary adventure in Morocco? With its captivating culture, rich history and breathtaking scenery, this North African gem awaits your exploration. And with Economy Rent a Car, your trip will go as smoothly as possible.
When you arrive at Rabat-Salé Airport, Economy Rent a Car will be there to welcome you. Our wide selection of vehicles ensures that you will find the perfect vehicle for your trip in Morocco. Whether you prefer a compact car to navigate the streets of Casablanca or a spacious SUV to venture into the rugged terrain, we have it all.
Immerse yourself in the Moroccan experience by visiting landmarks such as the ancient city of Asilah, where history comes alive in its narrow streets and ancient walls. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the mystical Grottoes of Hercules, a jaw-dropping natural wonder. And be sure to visit the magnificent El Bahia Palace, with its impressive architecture and intricate designs.
But Morocco is not just about cultural heritage. The country's natural beauty is equally captivating. Imagine yourself traversing the vast expanse of the Sahara Desert, where golden dunes stretch as far as the eye can see. Or venture into the majestic mountains, where breathtaking vistas and charming villages await your discovery.
At Economy Rent a Car, we strive to offer the best car rental experience in Morocco. Our commitment to customer satisfaction means you can count on us for affordability, reliability and exceptional service. With great prices and a wide range of vehicles to choose from, we make sure your exploration of Morocco is enjoyable and memorable.
So, don't miss out on the wonders of Morocco. Book your rental car with Economy Rent a Car and let your Moroccan carventure start. Get ready to create unforgettable memories as you delve into the rich culture, history and natural beauty of this extraordinary country.

Important Information when Visiting Morocco

  • In Morocco you drive on the right side of the road.
  • In the cities, finding parking can be complicated. Find designated areas to park and avoid blocking streets or areas where it isn't allowed.
  • The traffic signals in Morocco's streets are in Arabic, and sometimes French, but they are perfectly comprehensible even if you are unfamiliar with these languages.
  • Always respect speed limits and other traffic signals. The speed limits are in kilometers per hour, usually 60 km/h in cities and 100km/h on main highways.
  • In cities it is common to see pedestrians crossing the street in different places. Pay special attention to pedestrian crossings and be prepared to brake at any time.
  • In rural areas, it is possible to encounter animals that are lose on the road, such as goats, sheep, and camels.
  • Moroccan drivers can have a unique driving style. Be patient and flexible, and keep calm in chaotic traffic situations.
  • The use of light signals in Morocco can be different to those you are used to. Often, drivers use lights to communicate among themselves, such as warning about the presence of the police or checkpoints.
  • Make sure to have local cash or an accepted credit card to pay the tolls.
  • Police checkpoints: It is highly probable that you'll run into police checkpoints on the road. Respect the officer's instructions and provide all the documentation they ask for.
  • The minimum age to rent a car is 21 years old and the maximum age is 75.
  • You can request an additional driver, one or more, to share the driving duties, for an additional $15.
  • Make sure to rent a vehicle that adapts to your needs. If you are going to explore destinations with difficult access, un-paved or steep roads, we recommend renting an SUV.
  • If you wish to spend less on fuel, ideally you should rent a sedan.
  • When returning the car, it must be returned with the same amount of gasoline as it had when it was picked up.
  • A protection plan called Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) is required for all vehicles when renting a vehicle in Morocco.
  • Plan your trip and check addresses on a GPS before starting your trip. Having an approximate idea of where you are headed will make driving much easier.
  • Valid Driver's License - We will require a driver's license from your country of origin to drive in Australia, along with your passport.
  • Payment Method - We will require a credit card (with the main driver's name) to pay the rental. We accept cash payments in Moroccan dirham, USD or euros.
  • You will need a credit card (with the main driver's name)to make a rental deposit. The deposits vary according to the protection plan and vehicle you pick. This deposit is reimbursed when you return the car, as long as the car is in the same condition as it was when it left the office, and it could take several days or even a week to process.
  • Morocco is unique and fascinating country that we recommend you visit. Here are some facts that will leave you enamored with this African territory:
  • Morocco is known for its distinctive architecture. The souks (markets) are full of alleyway labyrinths, and the medinas (ancient cities) have traditional white and blue houses in Chefchaouen and, terracotta-colored ones in Marrakesh and Fez. In addition, impressive palaces and mosques offer architecture with Arabic and Berber influences that are not found in other places.
  • Morocco houses part of the Sahara Desert, the largest hot desert in the world. You can experience an exciting camel trip through the Merzouga Dunes, and enjoy a night under the stars in a desert campground, an unforgettable experience.
  • Moroccan cuisine is scrumptious. You must try the couscous, tagine (stew made in a clay dish), freshly baked Moroccan bread, and sweets made with honey and almonds. In addition, mint tea is an important part of Moroccan culture and it is served with a charming ritual.
  • Morocco has been featured in many famous movies such as "Gladiator", "Kingdom of Heaven", and "Game of Thrones". Its ancient cities and unique landscapes have been used as a backdrop for many renowned cinematographic productions.
  • Traditional hammam: Hammams are traditional Moroccan baths that offer a relaxing and revitalizing experience. They are important for the community and an opportunity to socialize. If you have the chance, don't miss out on the traditional hammam and experience Moroccan culture and hospitality.