Car Rental in Morocco

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Tips for Travel and Renting a Car in Morocco

  • Major cities are connected by trains and buses. However, public transportation makes remote areas, like some in the Atlas Mountains, inaccessible. Renting a car offers flexibility for exploring scenic views and reaching off-the-beaten-track destinations.

  • A valid driving license is required. An International Driving Permit (IDP) may be necessary if your license is not in Arabic, French, or English.

  • An economy or compact car is sufficient for city travel or between cities.

  • A larger vehicle with four-wheel drive is recommended for off-road travel, such as desert roads or mountain passes.

  • Morocco does not have child restraint laws, so car rental agencies often do not provide child safety seats. Alternatively, you can bring your child's safety seat from home.

  • Car rental agencies do not permit taking rental vehicles outside of Morocco.

  • Morocco requires a minimum age of 21 to rent a car. Drivers under 25 may incur an additional young driver surcharge.

  • A credit card is typically required for deposit and payment. Ensure your credit card has enough available credit for the security deposit.

  • Drive on the right-hand side.

  • Limit your vehicle speed to under 60 km/h (37 mph) Within town and 100 - 120 km/h (62 - 75 mph) Out of town.

  • Acceptable blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit: 0.02%.

Additional Information

Gasoline Prices: The average gasoline price in Morocco is €1.40 per liter (€5.31 per gallon), the lowest price is €1.20 per liter (€4.56 per gallon), and the highest price is €1.53 per liter (€5.79 per gallon).

Currency: The official currency in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD).

Languages: Morocco is a multilingual country where Arabic, French, and Spanish are commonly spoken.

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Change of plans? Rent with confidence, cancel anytime. No fee. Finalrentals does not believe in charging any cancellation fee.

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You can return the car at the same fuel level as it was handed over to you and there will be no charges at all.

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Pay full rental amount at the counter. No need to pay online. We work on clear pricing policy, what you see is what you pay.

Convenient Locations for Rental Cars at Morocco’s Airports

At Finalrentals, we make your journey in Morocco effortless by offering convenient pickup and drop-off locations at all major airports. Whether you’re landing at Agadir Al Massira International Airport, Casablanca Airport, Marrakech Airport, Rabat Airport, Fes Sais Airport, or Tangier Airport, our services are ready to get you on the road quickly.

Imagine stepping off your flight and right into a comfortable, well-maintained car. No waiting, no hassle—just seamless service so you can start exploring the vibrant cities and stunning landscapes of Morocco right away.

Our locations at key airports ensure that you can easily pick up your rental car upon arrival and drop it off before your departure, making your travel experience smooth and stress-free.

Our fleet includes a variety of vehicles to suit your needs, from compact cars perfect for city driving to larger vehicles ideal for exploring desert roads and mountain passes.

Book with Finalrentals today and enjoy the convenience and peace of mind that come with reliable airport car rental services in Morocco. 

Start your Moroccan adventure with ease—reserve your rental car now!

  •   Agadir Al Massira International Airport
  •   Casablanca Airport
  •   Marrakech Airport
  •   Rabat Airport
  •   Fes Sais Airport
  •   Tangier Airport

Car Rental in Morocco FAQs

  • What do I need to rent a car in Morocco?
    To rent a car in Morocco, you generally need a valid driver's license from your home country or IDP. It's recommended to carry your passport as well. Some rental companies may have additional requirements, so it's best to check with the specific company you plan to rent from.
  • Is it safe to drive in Morocco?
    Driving in Morocco is generally safe, but it's important to exercise caution and be aware of local driving practices. Major cities like Marrakech and Casablanca can have heavy traffic, so it's advisable to plan accordingly. Additionally, road conditions in rural areas can vary, so it's essential to drive attentively and follow local traffic laws.
  • Can I hire rent a car for a week in Morocco?
    Yes, you can certainly hire a car for a week in Morocco. Renting a car for a week is a popular option among travelers who want the freedom and flexibility to explore the country at their own pace. Many car rental agencies in Morocco offer weekly rental packages that provide cost savings compared to daily rates. You can also opt for a rent a car long term for a month in Morocco. Enjoy the convenience of having a vehicle at your disposal throughout your entire stay.
  • Can I rent a car in one city and drop it off in another?
    Yes, many car rental companies in Morocco offer the option of picking up a car in one city and returning it to another. However, it's important to check with the rental company in advance, as drop-off fees or restrictions may apply.
  • Are there any age restrictions for rental car in Morocco?
    The minimum age to rent a car in Morocco is typically 21, but some car rental companies in Morocco may require drivers to be at least 23 or 25 years old. Additionally, young driver fees may apply for drivers under a certain age.
  • What about insurance coverage for car hire in Morocco?
    Basic insurance coverage is usually included in the rental price, but reviewing the specific terms and coverage limits is essential. Additional insurance options, such as collision damage waiver (CDW) or theft protection, may be available for an extra fee.
  • Can I cross the border with a rental car in Morocco?
    Crossing the border with a rental car is generally allowed in Morocco. However, it's crucial to inform the rental company in advance and obtain the necessary documents, such as a permit or authorization letter. Some restrictions may apply depending on the destination country.
  • How can I find the best rental car deals in Morocco?
    To find the best rental car deals in Morocco, it's recommended to compare prices, read customer reviews, and book in advance. Online travel agencies and car rental comparison websites can be useful tools for finding competitive rates and special promotions.
  • How much does it cost to car hire per day Morocco?
    The cost of cheap car rental in Morocco can vary depending on factors like the type of vehicle, rental duration, time of year, and the rental company you choose. As a general guideline, you can find economy or compact cars starting at around 200-300 Moroccan Dirhams (MAD) per day, approximately $20-30 USD. Mid-size cars typically start at around 300-500 MAD ($30-50 USD) per day. SUVs and 4x4 vehicles often preferred for off-road or mountainous excursions, are available at higher rates.
  • How to find car rental agencies in Morocco?
    Finding car rental providers in Morocco is a relatively straightforward process. Here are a few methods you can use to locate them. First, you can conduct an online search using search engines or travel websites. Look for keywords such as "car rental near me in Morocco" or "rent a car Morocco," you will find a list of rental agencies with their websites and contact information.
  • Is it a good idea to rent a car in Morocco?
    Yes, renting a car in Morocco offers flexibility to explore at your own pace, access remote areas, and experience diverse landscapes. However, challenges like navigating narrow streets and aggressive driving should be considered.
  • Is it expensive to hire a car in Morocco?
    The cost of car renting in Morocco varies based on factors like the rental company, car type, duration, and season. For compact cars, daily rates range from $9 to $70, with additional insurance, taxes, and fuel fees.
  • Can tourists drive in Morocco?
    Tourists can drive in Morocco with a valid driver's license from their home country. An International Driving Permit (IDP) is recommended but not always required. Tourists must adhere to Moroccan driving rules, be at least 21 years old, and carry essential documents while driving.
  • How much does it cost to rent a car for a week in Morocco?
    Renting a car in Morocco for a week typically costs around $219, averaging $31 per day. Prices can vary based on the rental company, car type, and location. The cheapest rates found recently were $8 to $9 per day. It's advisable to book in advance and compare prices to secure the best deal. Additional fees like insurance and fuel may apply.
  • What is the cheapest month for renting a car in Morocco?
    If you want the lowest prices, January is the best month to rent a car in Morocco. On average, renting a car in January costs about $9 per day without additional costs and taxes. This is significantly cheaper than the yearly average and much lower than in July when rental prices peak at around $20 per day without additional costs and taxes. For example, renting a car for a week in January would cost approximately $50, while the same rental in July would cost about $150. So, renting in January can save you a lot of money.
  • Where to Rent a Car in Morocco?
    Renting a car with Finalrentals ensures comfort and convenience, enhancing your exploration of Morocco. We offer easy pickup and drop-off at all major airports, making your journey hassle-free from the moment you land. Our Locations: Agadir Al Massira International Airport: Perfect for starting your adventure on Morocco's stunning Atlantic coast. Casablanca Airport: Ideal for exploring Morocco's largest city and its rich cultural heritage. Marrakech Airport: Your gateway to Marrakech's vibrant streets and historic sites. Rabat Airport: Convenient for visiting Morocco's capital and its many attractions. Fes Sais Airport: A great starting point for delving into the ancient city of Fes. Tangier Airport: Perfect for those looking to explore the northern part of Morocco.
  • When to book a car hire in Morocco?
    Book at least a few weeks in advance to get the best deals on car rentals in Morocco, especially for travel during peak seasons. January, October, and November are the cheapest months, with average daily rates of £22. Avoid August, the most expensive month at £36 per day. Popular rental locations like Marrakech (£54/day), Tangier (£56/day), and Casablanca (£60/day) tend to be pricier. Booking early lets you compare prices, choose from a wider selection of vehicles, and secure your preferred car type.

Finalrentals is Clear in Terms of Rental Policy

"I have been using Finalrentals for all my car rental since May 2024 and it has been a great car rental experience. No surprises at the counter and always very clear in terms of car rental policy. Totally recommended.”

Joana Lewandowski. Finalrentals customer in Morocco