To drive a scooter you must be at least 17 years of age, have taken a theory test, passed it and obtained a Learner’s Licence.
Great care must be exercised when driving a scooter in Grand Cayman. There are a great deal of cars and trucks on the road, being driven by drivers from all over the world, and some do not give scooters (and bicycles) the care and distance that they need.
Electric scooters (ride standing) are a great way to commute for lunch and around central George Town, Seven Mile Beach and Camana Bay without the hassle of traffic. Please note you must wear a safety helmet when riding an electric scooter.Bird scooters can be found around various parts of Grand Cayman. The cost for renting a scooter is CI$1 to start and CI$0.15 per minute after that. Download the Ride Bird app from the Google Play store or the Apple App store to find out more.
On the Sister Islands, scooters (mopeds) are a great way to explore. On Little Cayman Scooters Scooters provide a variety of mopeds that can be rented for approximately US$50 per day, which includes insurance, delivery and pick-up.
Buying a Scooter
Scooters have become increasingly popular as a means of transportation in the Cayman Islands. They're a great way to commute for lunch and around central George Town, Seven Mile Beach and Camana Bay without the hassle of traffic.
The companies listed below sell and service scooters in the Cayman Islands: