Renting a car in the Caribbean is a great way to explore the islands. Many of the large American companies such as Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, National and Thrifty are represented on most of the islands. There may be a few things to get used to when driving in the Caribbean. Some of the Caribbean islands drive on the left hand side of the road. Often the roads may be narrow and unpaved. Also, you may need to purchase a temporary drivers license, as some of the Caribbean islands do not recognize international drivers licenses. See below for some of the car rental agencies in Bermuda.
Car Rentals are not permitted in Bermuda, due to the substantial volume of traffic. Bermuda has the highest density of vehicles per square mile in the world. Good alternative modes of transportation are renting a scooter/bike, traveling by bus or hiring a taxi service. A taxi service is a good way to explore the island; taxi drivers are very knowledgeable and often act as tour guides. A blue flag on the taxis hood designates the driver is a qualified tour guide. All taxis are metered and taxi rates are set by the Government.