To drive in the Cook Islands, you will need to obtain a Cook Islands Drivers license from the Police Department. For a motor car license, just present your current drivers license for the authorities to produce you one.
For a motor bike license, you will have to do a short practical test. Driving is on the left-hand side and the average speed is 40km/hr. Drivers of all vehicles are required to have a current Cook Islands Drivers License, which can be obtained from the Police Station located behind the Aitutaki market on the waterfront pier, just right at the main 4 way junction, a charge of NZ$2.50 applies, you only need to present your own license in order to receive a Cook Islands License, this applies to Aitutaki only.
Tour the island with the convenience of a rental scooter or car.
We offer a fleet of compact cars and scooters. Airport pick-up and drop-off is complimentary so simply book and pay online and provide your flight arrival details and have your rental waiting for you.
A $500 bond is required for car rentals and $100 for scooters. This can be arranged on arrival by providing a credit card imprint that will be returned to you on departure.
Car & Scooter details
Cars and four door automatics with air conditioning
Scooters are 'twist and go' 125ccs
Cook Islands drivers license required
Insurance at renters risk
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