If you like to 'drive the bus' when you're on vacation, then
you're going to end up on a rental scooter. It's the most
popular way to reach Bermuda's most popular spots -- freeing
vacationers from the constraints of bus schedules and taxi fares.
Bermuda laws don't allow rental cars.
Perhaps even more tantalizing, scooters can lead to roads less
traveled. Imagine a picnic for two at a secluded inlet or a
midnight trip to the beach for stargazing. Much is possible
for those prepared to grab their vacation by the handlebars.
Every would-be handlebar grabber should know we drive on the
left in Bermuda and helmets are mandatory. It's never good
when visitors forget those important points. You'll need to
practice a little before you can get on the road, but interestingly
a valid driver's license is not necessary. Only people older
than 18 are permitted to rent.