|Full-size SUV||C$ 57/day|
|Passenger Van||C$ 11/day|
|Premium SUV||C$ 81/day|
|Supplier choice||C$ 22/day|
|Intermediate SUV||C$ 23/day|
|Intermediate station wagon||C$ 24/day|
|Compact SUV||C$ 27/day|
|Supplier choice station wagon||C$ 29/day|
|Compact station wagon||C$ 30/day|
|Standard SUV||C$ 54/day|
|Luxury SUV||C$ 82/day|
|Supplier choice coupe||C$ 101/day|
|Supplier choice sedan||C$ 159/day|
On average a rental car in Morocco costs C$ 101 per day.
Mini (Hyundai i10 or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Morocco.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at Locationauto (C$ 21/day), ADDCAR RENTAL (C$ 27/day) and diRENT (C$ 29/day).
Take a look at our extensive car rental location map to find the best rental cars near you.
On average a rental car in Morocco costs C$ 228 per week (C$ 33 per day).
On average a rental car in Morocco costs C$ 979 per month (C$ 33 per day).
Driving in Morocco can be quite unpredictable, from the thriving metropolises to the vast highways that cut through the desert. There are many blind curves around mountain passes, so it’s common practice to honk to signal your presence or to give other drivers a hand signal to let them know that it’s safe to make the turn. Police checkpoints are common around larger cities like Essouaria, so make sure to keep your rental papers and passport with you while driving.
The minimum age to rent a car in Morocco varies among agencies. Some agencies allow drivers as young as 18 to rent a car if they have had a valid license for one year, while other companies, like Sixt, require drivers to be 21 or older with a license valid for two years. You’ll only have to present an international driving permit if your driver’s license is in a non-Roman alphabet.
Filling up your gas tank will be a bit pricier in Morocco than in the United States. In Morocco you’ll be paying around 39,22 MAD per gallon (4.06 USD). Gas stations are plentiful in Morocco, but it’s a largely cash-based society, so make sure you show up to the pump with cash in hand.
The road and highway systems in Morocco are quickly improving and expanding, and with that comes imposed speed limits, much like you see in other developed nations. The speed limit around urban areas is around 60 km/h (37 mph), the limit outside of urban areas is around 100 km/h (62 mph), and the highway speed limits are generally around 120 km/h (75 mph).