This is another country found in the Northern part of Africa formerly known as the Maghreb region. It is a highly developed country doing everything trying to do everything the European way though still lagging a little bit behind thus meaning that when you decide to drive in Morocco you are sure their standards do not vary so much.

Their roads are generally in good conditions compared to the general road network on the continent as a whole with modern highways linking to the major towns and cities like Casablanca, and Marrakesh. They also have very many dual carriageways linking to various other towns. Secondary routes in rural areas are often narrow and poorly paved with a smattering of potholes. Roads through the Rif and Atlas mountains are steep, narrow and winding. Maximum caution should be exercised when driving in the mountains. Driving standards are not up to European or USA standards. This is particularly true at dusk during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, when adherence to traffic regulations is lax, and from July to September when Moroccans resident abroad return from Europe by car in large numbers.

The moment you are on a self drive vacation in Morocco, You will see Pedestrians, scooters, and animal-drawn conveyances on all roadways, including main roads and driving at night should be avoided, if possible. During the rainy season, it is a total mess as flash flooding is frequent and sometimes severe, washing away roads and vehicles in rural areas.

Moroccan car hiring industry is graced with a number of international car hiring companies which include; SIXT, Hertz, Alamo, National, Budget, Dollar, Thrifty and Avis.

These companies also feature on Car rental broker sites such as Argus Car Rental and Web discount sites such as