Here at Sixt, we aim to cater for your individual needs, which is why we make sure to offer diversity in our rental car fleet. Our economy models will free up more of your holiday money so you can bring back plenty of souvenirs! A spacious estate is a good choice if you're carrying a lot of luggage, while a 4x4 can be a good choice of car rental in Morocco, as some of the terrain can be rough. You can find details of all our rental vehicles when you book online. In addition, all of our car hire deals in Morocco come with 900 kilometres free!
We also offer a range of additional extra services which can be booked when you reserve your rental vehicle. If you're travelling with children, you can easily add baby or child seats, or parties of adults may want to include additional drivers. We can also provide Sat Nav to help you find your way around the many attractions Morocco has to offer.
Credit Card Bookings
All major internationally recognised credit cards are accepted, including American Express, Visa, and Eurocard/ Mastercard. However, we cannot accept Diners Club or prepaid/ debit cards such as Visa Electron. Bookings can only be made by the cardholder, and you'll need to show a valid passport or ID card when you collect your rental car.
Driving Licence Requirements
In order to rent a car in Morocco, you will need a valid driving licence from the country where you live. If your driving licence isn't printed in the Roman alphabet you will also have to provide a valid International driving licence. Drivers from countries that are not part of the Geneva/ Vienna Convention on Road Traffic must supply an official translation in English or French along with their original licence.
Drivers must be aged 21 or over, and have held a valid driving licence for a minimum of two years. However, some categories of car in Morocco require the driver to be aged over 23 or even 25. Drivers aged under 25 or over 75 may have to pay a surcharge to rent a car.
If you are involved in a road traffic accident in your rental vehicle, the police can be reached by calling 19 if you're in a town or city, or 117 from the countryside. You can call an ambulance or the fire brigade by dialling 15. Not all operators will speak English, but most speak French. If you're in a town or city, it's usually easy to find a police officer within a short amount of time.