Skinner And Deacon Start Motoring Website

May 10, 2019

Two former journalists have teamed up to start a website dedicated to motoring.

David Skinner and Jeremy Deacon have started Motoring Bermuda - - which aims to bring the latest news and videos from the motoring world as well as reviews and test drives of cars in Bermuda.

“Bermudians love their cars,” said David, who does the video and photography. “There seemed to be a gap in the market so we thought ‘let’s go for it’. We really hope people like it.”

Motoring Bermuda May 2019

Jeremy, who does the interviews, added: “We’ve had a bit of fun already. We did a test drive of the Bermi and we’ve just done a video on Bermuda’s only Bentley. That car is sheer class and the back massage it does was great. Seriously, at a flick of a button, you get a massage!”

David added: “In the future as we get more established, we’ll also be featuring videos about things like bodywork and best car speakers. It will be about all things cars.”

And Jeremy, who is now the owner of PR firm Deep Blue Communications, said: “We would really like to hear from people if they have unusual vehicles or classic cars. My favourite on-island cars are the MGs. Some of those are truly spectacular.”

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  1. James says:

    A motoring website in a country where all you can buy are what top gear call shopping cars!
    There is not a car available in Bermuda that I would consider buying in another country.

  2. PANGAEA says:


    Can you give me your opinions why a man with money buys a cheep small car and a man with no money buys a big expensive car ?

    It is not an Electric toaster on wheels ! here

    There is only one manufacture available here who builds a great car an a fair price, which one is it ?

    The selection of throw away cars available here , is at best ,the worst ,that it has ever been.

  3. campervan says:

    Wouldn’t Bermuda make a fantastic location to go 100% electric. Just imagine, no more big belching diesel trucks and buses filling our lungs and covering our roofs with highly toxic particles that we end up ingesting. Is it any wonder that Bermuda has such shockingly high rates of various cancers?
    I look forward to reading your reports on the future of electric transportation.
    Best of luck with your new venture.