Daily Car Hire Rates in Kuwait
*daily rates in Kuwait based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
Simply tell us what you need from a rental car in Kuwait, whether from Kuwait Airport or one of our downtown locations and we will do the rest. You'll get a competitive quote in just a few seconds and then simply confirm your Kuwait rental car and your confirmation e-mail will be on it's way to your inbox!
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Kuwait car hire
I am planing to travet to kuwait next week, but i need to know the formalities/documents required
Hi, thanks for getting in touch, you will require your driving license and 1 extra form of ID (suggest passport), if you driving license is not in the roman alphabet you will require an internatioal driving license that you can apply for in your country of residence and of course a credit card in the name of the main driver. Any other specific requirements will be outlined in the terms and conditions.
Kuwait Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Al-Nasheed Al-Watani is the National anthem of Kuwait
- Is officially classified as a high income economy thanks to its oil production by the World Bank and is the 11th richest country per capita
- You drive on the right hand side of the road in Kuwait
- The Kuwait Government is based at the Bayan Palace
A Mini Guide to Kuwait
The tiny Arab state of Kuwait, on The GULF, has one of the most comprehensive welfare systems in the world. Education and health care are free to all nationals; food, water, electricity and transport are subsidised.
The country, of only 17818 sq km (6879 sq miles), consists of the city of Kuwait at the southern entrance of Kuwait Bay and a small wedge of undulating desert between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Oil was found in 1938 and Kuwait's reserves of 90,000 million barrels are the third largest in the world.
It’s growing range of industries; mostly oil related, are highly dependent on foreign technicians and imported skills. Of the almost 2 million people, nearly 60 per cent are immigrants, who provide 75 per cent of the work force but do not share in the state's distribution of oil wealth.
It is an arid hot land in summer, with monthly mean temperatures of up to 45C (113F); winters are cool and sometimes there is frost. Little rain falls and Kuwait has the world's largest saltwater distillation plants; they produced 545 million litres (120 million gallons) a day in 1984.