Book a cheap car rental in Kuwait to save time & money
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Get a rental car in the amazing country of Kuwait, to enjoy its uniqueness just like the locals do! Cars are the most-preferred method of transportation in Kuwait and it won’t be a rare sight to spot luxurious cars every now and then. Rent comfortable SUVs, affordable sedans or luxurious convertibles, you name it and we have it on our booking platform, VIPCars.com. You can even call us up to personalise your car rental booking. Our easy-to-use website enable you to book in just 3 easy steps: search, compare and select.
Our rental car deals come with a free cancellation policy which removes worry from the booking process. Ideally, rent a car at Kuwait Airport, use it throughout your trip and drop it off back at the airport. Having a car by your side, will help you explore every nook and corner of this country which has good-quality roads and highways, comprising mostly paved roads.
Our car rental companies in Kuwait
Our trustworthy supplier partners ensure that the customer faces no problem in the whole process of renting a car in Kuwait.
- Auto Drive
- Rasameel Auto Lease
Our top car rental locations in Kuwait
Kuwait Airport (KWI) Kuwait International Airport is located 15.5 km away from Kuwait City.
The Regency Hotel Kuwait (Salmiya) A five-star hotel, overlooking the Persian Gulf, located conveniently at just 15 km from the city center of Kuwait City.
Al- Ardiya downtown Ardiya is a city in Kuwait's governorate of Farwaniya.
Kuwait downtown Kuwait city is the capital and the largest city of Kuwait.
JW Marriott Hotel Kuwait City The luxurious 5-star hotel is a part of the Salhia Complex mall and is just a 10-minute walk away from the Liberation Tower.
Facts about driving in Kuwait
Compact The country is very small and good roads make it easy to get around.
Public transport We do not recommend relying on the buses or taxis for your transport in Kuwait.
Rent Most of the locals also prefer renting a car to get around in Kuwait.
Petrol Petrol is not expensive in Kuwait.
Signs Road signs in Kuwait are mostly in English and Arabic.
Traffic One of the few problems about driving in Kuwait is traffic jam and one should drive defensively in the country.
Side Kuwait drives on the right-hand side of the road.
Laws The driving laws are enforced strictly so you must follow the speed limits.
License Tourists can use their own country’s license or an international license but residents need a Kuwaiti driver’s license to be able to drive in Kuwait.
Get to know Kuwait: the most literate Arabic country
Also known as the State of Kuwait, Kuwait is an Islamic country in the western Asia. It has a desert topography and is rich in oil but is a cheaper place compared to other Gulf nations. If you don’t want to get sun-burnt then visit the country between the months of November and April. Kuwait City is the capital and the largest city of Kuwait and forms the economic, cultural and political center of the country. You can find modern malls, western hotels, streets, war-torn buildings, etc in this capital, Kuwait Towers being the most important landmark.
Tourist attractions of Kuwait
Al Hamra Tower
Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Centre
Al Shaheed Park
Souq Al Mubarakeya