You cannot rent a car in Bermuda. The island has strict laws governing overcrowded roads, so even Bermudians are only allowed one car per household. A popular, albeit possibly somewhat dangerous, alternative is to rent mopeds or scooters , which are better for negotiating the island's narrow roads. If driving a scooter is not your idea of a good time, you may still be in luck: a new and exciting mode of transport has hit the roads of Bermuda. With cockpit-style seats, a centrally located steering wheel, and foot pedals, the two-person Renault Twizys from Current Vehicles are not only safer than mopeds, they're affordable and fun to drive. These mini electric cars are less than 4 feet wide, which makes them the perfect size for Bermuda's narrow roads, and have a range of up to 80 km (50 miles) on a single charge. Explore the island in style, comfort, and emission-free good conscience. The company is in the process of building an island-wide charging network, but until then, you'll need to book your stay at an affiliated hotel in order to get your hands on one of these trendy little vehicles.
Current Vehicles. Pembroke Parish. www.currentvehicles.com.