Was introduced by my Airbnb owner. I only rented the electric scooters (max. speed 30km/h) since local laws do not allow tourists without an international licence to rent motorbikes. Pros - For the unexperienced, shop owners will bring you to a large but rather empty carpark behind their shop for a short training session, before it decides whether the customer is able to operate it. Clear instructions given. The scooters are in relatively good condition, and 3 batteries are provided (will be able to ride to Eluanbi and back without having to change it). Neutral - Shop owners are clear on the indemnities that customers will bear for any damage, which actually is not unreasonable. It requests customers to take photos of the front, rear and back of the vehicle before heading off, and does a thorough inspection when you are back. Cons - Price seems to be on a slightly high side.
毎回surftripに訪れた際はこちらでバイクをレンタルします とても素敵な店員のいるお店です 一応免許の翻訳は持っていったほうが良いと思います、無くても借りられるかも？デポジットで免許証かパスポートを預けます
As a tourist, I rented an electric scooter for a day (24 hours, 500 TWD). Scooters are not the newest but are working really well. They speak some English and an English translation of the rental agreement is available. With the 3 batteries I could drive about 75-80 km (with 2 people on one scooter), enough for the southern point. Battery swap is possible. For tourists, petrol scooters (400 TWD?) are only available with a motorcycle license (A)
NT400,24hours, need to bring international license, full fuel enough for me stay 3 days