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Frequently asked questions about renting a bike in Koh Samui
Riding a motorbike on Koh Samui can be safe if you follow traffic rules, wear protective gear, and stay alert. However, it’s essential to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings at all times.
To rent a motorbike in Samui, you must possess a valid international driving license or a motorbike license from your home country. It is essential to have the appropriate license to ensure a safe and legal rental experience.
No. Taking a motorbike on a ferry to explore nearby islands is not allowed.
Yes, we provide helmets as part of the rental package. It is crucial for your safety to always wear a helmet when riding a motorbike.
In the unfortunate event of an accident or breakdown, contact us immediately. We will provide guidance on the necessary steps to take, including reporting the incident and arranging for repairs or a replacement motorbike if needed.
We offer flexibility in extending the rental period. It’s best to contact us in advance and inform us about your plans to extend the rental duration.
While there are generally no specific restrictions on where you can ride the motorbike in Samui, it’s important to adhere to local traffic rules and regulations. Some rental agencies may provide recommendations or advice on scenic routes and popular destinations to explore.