Bermuda Car Rental
Since rental cars are not allowed, you can travel by bus, taxi, ferry, bicycle, or by horse and carriage. The most popular form of transportation in Bermuda is the motor scooter.
There are no drive-yourself cars for hire, but visitors get about easily by taxi, bus, ferry, motor scooters (no driver's license is required), and by horse and carriage.
Bus passengers must have exact change in coin. Ask about bus tokens or books of bus tickets at your hotel or the bus terminal in Hamilton. Bus and ferry passengers are advised to take advantage of the very popular and convenient "Transportation Pass" available for one, three, and seven days of unlimited use on the buses and ferries (sold at the Central Terminal, the Visitors' Service Bureau in Hamilton, and at authorized outlets).
Children under 16 years may not drive motor scooters. All scooter drivers and passengers are required, by law, to wear safety helmets securely fastened at all times.
Remember: we drive on the left-hand side of the road.
Speed limit is 35 kilometers per hour. Scooter drivers should note that gas stations are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm daily, with several open until 11:00 pm or later.
Taxis may be hired by the hour, day, or mile (full day = 6 consecutive daylight hours). Rates are per cab for one person up to a maximum of six for normal transportation and general sightseeing. Special all-inclusive pre-sold tours vary in price per person. All taxis are metered and tariff-fixed by law. Certified "Blue Flag" taxi tour guides are available on request for touring.