Whether hauling gear from one adventure to another or shopping in style, we have several brands and models to suit your needs.
Driving around St. Barts
Driving is on the right and the maximum speed is 50 km/h; seatbelts are required.
Be careful! If you are used to wide streets, driving in St. Barts can be an adventure. There are many narrow, winding roads (all 2-lanes) and blind corners without worded signage (only an exclamation point).
Make sure you fuel up your car before heading out for the day because there are only two gas stations on the island — one near the airport and one in Lorient — both of which are closed on Sundays.
Stick to an automatic car unless you are completely comfortable driving up and down steep hills in a standard car.
Make sure that you slow down as you manoeuvre 90-degree curves, and watch out for tailgating motorbikes and scooters.
Choose the car that meets your needs
Getting around St. Barts is easy if you have a car. All you need to rent a car is a valid driver’s license, and you can choose the one that meets your needs. Whether you want an SUV to haul around your sports equipment or a compact to take you from the beach to your evening restaurant reservation, we have a fleet of automobiles that will get the job done.