Rent Supercars, Not Cars: The Quintessential Lifestyle of Dubai


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Rent Supercars, Not Cars: The Quintessential Lifestyle of Dubai

 

An altogether different class of people often visit the emirate of Dubai. (No, we’re not talking about the working class today.)

 

Frequent visitors include people from the neighbouring seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Oman, Al Ain, Ajman, Fujairah and lastly Ras Al Khaimah. As well as from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Bahrain, Oman, Yemen, Lebanon and other neighboring countries.


Leisure and luxury include the primary goals
of every traveler visiting Middle East’s most well-known city to spend their extended weekends and planned holidays. Many 5-stars and popular hotels reserve upto 70% of their rooms for Arabic nationals over the weekends.

 

44th national day car, JBR
Imprint: “Spirit Of Union” symbolizing the glory day when the seven Emirates got united under one flag to form United Arab Emirates

 

The 44th UAE National Day (2015) witnessed much of it in 2015. Given the occasion, cars were flowing in the UAE’s favorite emirate from all over. Jumeirah and JBR, being the most happening of places in Dubai, see the most action around this time of the year. Perhaps the brilliant infrastructure and scenic beauty in those areas evoke such a feeling of pride in the mind of every resident and local for the country. So much so that even tourists join in on the celebrations considering the Dubai Police Cars are so epic.

 

Look who stop by the main entrance today! BMW i8 Dubai Police Patrol Cars
Lamborghinis, BMWs, Bugatti Veyron, Mercedes and many other others are part of the Dubai Police car fleet

 

How do people in the UAE usually celebrate life?

Ans. Expensive cars, of course. UAE locals are known to be one of the largest collectors of ultra-luxury and sports cars from the likes of Rolls Royce, Ferraris, Bugattis, Lamborghinis and so many more.

And today many who travel Dubai for leisure do too. It’s easy to rent in Dubai considering all you need is an international driving license and a credit card. Read our FAQs to know about the car rental scene in Dubai / UAE.

 

Tourism in Dubai 

Dubai still witnesses large amounts of tourism especially in winters – being the most favorable time to visit desert land of UAE. Mostly because there is so much to see and do in this amazing oasis – a treasure of luxury at the right price too. And with new and bigger landmarks coming up in a new corner of Dubai, each one is always on the move. A many expats have ended up settling down in various parts of Dubai initially here just for a casual holiday.

 

Ferrari Enzo Interior
Jump in a Ferrari Enzo!

OneClickDrive.com is most definitely the best place to get the best luxury car rental deals in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. If you’re traveling to the UAE or live anywhere in any of the emirates, it’s easy to find a rent a car offering any type of car you want. Today, the million different faces from various parts of the globe make Dubai the buzzing hotspot it is. Life is grand and living it, given the upper class lifestyle, is addictive. So if you’re down in Dubai for a good time, don’t forget the roads are perfect enough to drive that ultra luxury sports car you’ve only dreamt of – rent one today!

 

Besides, isn’t that what life’s all about?

 

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3 thoughts on “Rent Supercars, Not Cars: The Quintessential Lifestyle of Dubai

  1. Zayad Sheikh

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  3. Joyce

    The amount of rent you can/should charge has nothing to do with the amount of your mortgage payments. It should be entirely determined by the prevailing rates for similar houses in your area, which you may be able to ascertain online. If you are moving out of the area, you’ll need an agent to manage the property, and he or she can help you determine how much to ask. If you will be staying in the area, then you’re probably better off managing it yourself.My recommendation is to be extremely picky in choosing a renter, and to chagre them a bit less than the going rate. That way you can maximize your chances of keeping them there for several years. Turnover always costs you money.Good luck.

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