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Renting a motorbike in Phuket is perhaps the easiest and most convenient way of getting around the island and seeing the sights. The nippy little scooters are extremely simple to operate and can dodge through the worst of the traffic, getting you from place to place in the quickest time, with ample parking space available almost everywhere.
They are also one of the cheapest modes of transport, with prices starting from as little as baht per day. Naturally, motorbike rental in Phuket has its hazards, as does driving anywhere in the world.
This page will take you through the potential pitfalls and hopefully ensure that you have a worry-free time exploring the island on two wheels. Motorbike rental shops are quite common around Phuket, particularly in the resort towns like Patong, Kata and Kamala. They are especially easy to find around the cheaper hotels away from the beach. Most hotel information desks will be able to direct you to a nearby reputable place.
Look for well-established businesses which keep their vehicles in good condition. During the hiring process, the renter should inspect the vehicle and document pre-existing damage. You should never give up your passport under any circumstances, least of all when renting a vehicle. Let them take a photocopy, by all means, but the original should never leave your possession. It is important to distinguish between the reputable and the disreputable shops as this is one of the more common scams in Phuket.
It works exactly the same ways as the infamous jet ski scam, where you return your vehicle after having your fun and the renter points out some probably pre-existing, if not entirely imaginary damage and insists you pay well over the value of the vehicle to get it repaired.