Oleander Cycles Offering Mini Car Rentals

October 27, 2018

Oleander Cycles recently began offering rental of mini cars with two different vehicles to choose from, and prices starting from $115 a day.

The Anaig Quick electric car, pictured below, is $115 per day to rent, with a one-time $40 third-party insurance and an optional additional insurance available for $15 per day.

Oleander Mini Car rental Bermuda Oct 25 2018

The Tazzari electric car, pictured below, is a two passenger car which can be rented for $150 per day and fits two passengers, sitting side by side, and has windows and air conditioning.

In addition to the daily rental cost, Oleander Cycles also requires a one-time $40 third-party insurance and there is an option for additional insurance at $25 per day.

Oleander Mini Car rental Bermuda Oct 25 2018 2

The mini cars are available to both locals and visitors who are at least 25-years-old, and have a valid drivers licence. The company is renting them from their main shop in Paget, with a total of 15 mini cars available for rent.

The option to rent mini cars in Bermuda became available following after legislation allowing them came into effect last year.

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  1. Playstation says:

    $155 minimum,tourists really going to line up for that great deal!

  2. OMG says:

    Soon we won’t be able to park anywhere, these mini cars are taking over. They are everywhere.

    • Agree says:

      Right?! Might as well let us rent our private cars to tourists. Lack of foresight on minicars policy.

      • Sandgrownan says:

        Now there’s an idea. If only the taxi service wasn’t so utterly utterly crap.

    • Question says:

      OMG RUOK? You poor thing. Have a lie down.

    • Y-Gurl says:

      Agreed, then maybe we should get a reduction in our license fees as we can no longer park in town due to mini cars (that don’t pay tickets) and plant pots and benches that are clogging our streets

  3. frank says:

    what happened to the electric cars that the guy on happy valley road was brining in

  4. biggadon says:

    155 bucks that a weeks rental in other places where tourist can get to for much cheaper….smh !

  5. somuchless says:

    So wait a minute. The taxi drivers along with so many others complained about the twizzys (that can’t even hold storage or have windows) but now the taxi drivers along with so many others are quite wth the introduction of a more suitable rental that seats better and has windows.

    Man you people are backwards. Wait I get it. At the time the OBA was in power. Shame on you all.

    • Time Shall Tell says:

      No one paid any attention to their position the first time around so maybe they feel as in what’s the point? But then you complain when they complain & here you are complaining that they’re not complaining?

  6. gbest says:

    Where can these be recharged?

  7. Stephen Thomson says:

    Great news. Well done Oleander. Finally in Bermuda tourists, our customers, are being heard.
    Mopeds are dangerous.
    Buses are not available when and where you need them.
    Taxis are tremendously expensive .
    Give tourists a choice.
    Congrats and well done

    • Sandgrownan says:

      Correction: taxis are useless

      Allow Uber

      • frank says:

        do you know if these islands have uber or lyft


        with 600 taxi’s registered like where are they

  8. puzzled says:


  9. For 150 a day I’ll drive you in my BMW!
    Every day for eight hours!

  10. With carbon fuel and titty milk on ice , and one complimentary ounce of medical marijuana gobnabbit!

  11. Triangle Drifter says:

    $115 PAD base rate for something not much bigger than a large lawn tractor! You have got to be kidding. That kind of money gets you a luxury SUV anywhere else.

    You can rent a RV for that kind of money. That is transportation & accommodations.

    Notoriously expensive islands like Block Island & Marthas Vineyard rent jeeps for much less.

    • sage says:

      How much is the Twizy per day?

    • Time Shall Tell says:

      Why are you surprised? By now you should know that Bermuda is crazily overpriced with no signs of it coming to realistic pricing anytime soon.

  12. Question says:

    Good, I’d rather see tourists in these cars. They’re safer and it’s better for our tourist industry.

  13. Jason says:

    Driving in Bermuda is significantly different than most other countries. Tourists in cars present a pretty significant safety hazard to locals and expats. Not a fan.

  14. Y-Gurl says:

    Bermuda doesn’t have a “tourist industry” anymore, we have visitors yes but are we saying it’s OK to clog up our roads with rentals, more and more it seems like we don’t matter as long as a certain few make money. Going from Hamilton to Somerset already has its challenges, let’s not even talk about parking for the people who pay for the running of this country. The ones in Hamilton are seen a lot with locals at the wheel using it as company transport and one gets parked for hours on a daily basis on the roof of a mall in town, none of which was provided for in the license, Government grasping at straws and looking after the chosen few at the expense of us.