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We provide free lessons at the beginning of each rental, as long as the rider can balance on two wheels, we can teach you everything else about operating a moped.


Reservation Policy

Kauai Mopeds reservation and delivery times are based upon availability. After submiting an online reservation request, please wait to be notified by Kauai Mopeds INC.  You are NOT CONFIRMED until you receive a confirmation email.  Your credit card will NOT BE CHARGED for the reservation until the start date. You will receive a confirmation email if your requested dates and times are available.  You are only confirmed for your reservation after receiving a confirmation email from Kauai Mopeds.

Cancellation Policy

KAUAI MOPEDS, INC HAS A NO CANCELLATION POLICY.  WE RENT MOPEDS RAIN OR SHINE.  PLEASE MAKE ALL CONSIDERATION BEFORE SUBMITTING A RESERVATION REQUST FORM

 THE CREDIT CARD THAT WAS USED TO SECURE THE RESERVATION WILL BE CHARGED IF THERE IS A CANCELLATION OR YOU DO NOT SHOW UP FOR THE RESERVATION. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN FOR CANCELLATIONS OR EARLY RETURNS.    

Prerequisite

All riders MUST be able to operate a bicycle or a motorized two-wheeled vehicle. We cannot refund a customer if they are unable to operate the moped after it is delivered.

 

 

Kauai Moped Testominals

“Absolutely better than any shuttle or tour that you can find and the best $75 spent on the island!”

(Mark Villasenor, Kirstan Villasenor, Kim Gides; Los Angeles, CA)

 

Scooter? Moped? What’s the difference?

Mopeds are commonly referred to as scooters.  However, these two  vehicles are classified and regulated very differently.  There are four main differences between a moped and scooter:  classification, requirements, vehicle speed, and carrying capacity.

About Us

When people first see our two-wheeled rentals, they commonly refer to both type of vehicles as “scooters.”  One being just a little larger than the other.  However, they are entirely different.  Mopeds are 49cc vehicles and one only person is allowed on the moped.  You only need a valid drivers license and be at least 18 years old to operate.  So the thing you see everyone  zipping around on is most likely a moped, not a scooter.  A scooter is entirely different, they are classified as a motorcycle and you may seat two people.  A motorcycle license is required and you must be at least 21 years old to rent a scooter.