Car rental Services Barbados
Learn more about our services that make renting more effortless and more enjoyable.
Drive Barbados offers various car rental services for your usage.
Carry a valid driver’s license from your country of origin. In addition, driving in Barbados requires a valid local driver’s permit. These can be issued by Drive Barbados or at the airport when you arrive on your flight. Fees for:
two-month permit 10 BBD (5 USD)
one-year permit 100 BBD (50 USD)
You can obtain a driver’s permit from the Barbados Licensing Authority offices or authorized car rental agencies
Baby/Children Car Seats
Baby seats are compulsory for all infants under 5 years of age. Drive Barbados offers Child Safety Seats and Baby seats for all ages that are safer and more comfortable. The rental of baby seats, infant and booster seats is a valuable travel option for families with small children.
Navigate our beautiful island and find every destination with ease with the help of a GPS unit available for rental.
Rental Vehicle Makes & Models
Our fleet of fully maintained operating later model rental car categories. Whether you require a Moke, economy, compact sedan, Jimny soft top, Toyota Noah liteace minivans
You can travel for as many miles without restrictions or additional cost
Vehicle Long Term Rental & Leasing
Option 1: Each vehicle is delivered with a free quarter prepay fuel offered at the start of your hire. Return the vehicle with an empty gas tank. No refunds for unused gas.
Option 2. Full. The renter received a full tank, and the renters returned empty. This is done upon request of the renter. Prepaid gas is available at the same local fuel prices.
Pickup & Delivery
One-way car rental
Senior Citizen Discounts
17/7 Roadside Assistance
Frequent Renters Reservation
Free Barbados Road Map
Barbados most frequent car rental FAQs
Barbados rental car Information
Bajan dollar (BBD)
Left Side like you would in the UK.
- Book early to get the best-priced rental car for your trip to Barbados.
- Be cautious and always give way to the car on your right at roundabouts.
- Using a mobile phone (except for a hands-free device) or driving while intoxicated is illegal.
- Speed limits vary on different roadways,
80 km/hr. Or 50 miles/hour on main highways
60 km/hr. Or 37 miles/hour in rural areas
40 km/hr. Or 20 miles/hour in City areas
Drivers should always pay attention to speed limit signs posted at various points along all minor and major roads