Scooters & Quads

Why not combine transportation with recreation and explore the island with the sun on your back?

Riding around St. Barts

  • Driving is on the right and the maximum speed is 50 km/h; helmets 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 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.
  • Make yourself visible and resist the temptation to ride between cars. The winding roads are narrow and cars may make sudden movements
  • Make sure that you slow down as you manoeuvre 90-degree curves, and watch out for tailgating motorbikes and scooters.
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