maunaloa wrote:AFAIK, nix on both counts. You had better bring a helmet. Also, don't forget your ARC... no ARC, no rental, except maybe a scooter in Kending.
omerojs wrote:why would you return it in Kaosiung? wont you be back to Taipei after?
I don't think they have such flexibility for scooters/bikes because those are normally small shop agents.. what i could suggest is that you ship it back by train.. then pick it up in Taipei and return it.. its cheap to ship the scooter by train...
rk1951 wrote:maunaloa wrote:AFAIK, nix on both counts. You had better bring a helmet. Also, don't forget your ARC... no ARC, no rental, except maybe a scooter in Kending.
I have never heard of this type of rental in Taiwan before. Also, last year I tried to rent a scooter in Kending and because I didn't bring my scooter license with me they wouldn't let me rent. My APRC wasn't good enough for them....are you kidding me!! It really pissed me off.
I have rented scooters before with just a passport, many many years ago, but you might need a Taiwanese scooter license or an International license. Good luck!
Zhouyu wrote:Damn. It was a great plan while it lasted. I could still try shipping it back though.
And I definitely need an ARC? I read elsewhere that they'd take a US-issued IDP, if I got it all clean and properly.
This will be my second trip to Taiwan, but I'm not planning on actually living there before next year. For now I'm going to school in Beijing.
If I cant do motorcycle/scooter rental at all, what are my best options for getting to hiking/camping/beaches on the east coast?
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