MELBOURNE SCOOTER RENTAL
Rent a motorcycle in Melbourne, with our all-inclusive rental options offered at one of the lowest price points on the market.
110CC SCOOTERHONDA DIO
150CC SCOOTERHONDA PX150
125CC MOTORCYLEHonda CB125E
Melbourne is a city made to be explored by road, which is why you’ll find a number of scooter rental options on the market. This can make it difficult to compare the best options, as you want to find an affordable provider but not have to sacrifice quality. Unlike other options on the market, Scootering has over 200 scooters available for rent in Melbourne with great pricing. It’s not surprising Scootering has become a reliable provider for many motorists.
CONTACT SCOOTERING MELBOURNE
Just a short walk from Kensington South train station.
Visit our workshop, eMail or call us to organise a rental scooter.
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When it comes reliable and cheap motorbike rental in Melbourne, Scootering is the only name you need to remember. Located in Sydney and Melbourne, our workshops will be able to send you off with one of the many Honda models we offer, each of them chosen for their reliability and leading manufacturing. No lock-in fees or hidden costs, just short or long term cheap motorbike rental in Melbourne.
Our goal at Scootering is to get you on the road, and riding with confidence. We do this by offering the best value for money motor option on the market. If you are seeking a motorcycle for your Uber Eats job, university travel, work commute, or any other reason – we will fit you with the best model to suit your individual needs.
You will find two scooter models for hire when you come to our workshop, and those are the Honda NSC110 Dio 110cc or the Honda SH150 150c. Both of these scooter models are automatic. If the manual variety is more your speed, you can also rent the Honda CB125 with a manual transmission in our range too.
What is the minimum age to rent a scooter or motorbike?
You need to be 21 years of age with proof of identification available.
What license do you need to rent?
You need either a valid Australian or Overseas Riders License. We do provide rentals to Learner Riders and our bikes are LAMS approved. You cannot use your Car Drivers License to rent a scooter.
What is the rental period?
The minimum rental period is 1 week and you are required to provide 1 week notice to end your contract. There is no lock in time period so you have the flexibility of doing a short, medium or long term rental. If you would like help with Uber Eats registration you must rent a bike for 3 weeks or more.
How can I pay for my rental?
We accept all major credit cards and direct debit. We also offer weekly payment options for long term rentals.
What do I need to pay up front?
We require a $300 deposit bond (that is refundable when you return the scooter or motorbike assuming there is no damage etc) and the first week’s rental payment in advance.
What other things do I need to pay for?
You need to pay for petrol, any tolls from motorways and/or any fines from parking, speeding etc.
When do I get my rental bond back?
Your rental bond will be refunded within 30 days to allow time for toll notices or fine notifications to be received (if any)
When do I need to make weekly payment?
Payments are taken every Wednesday.
How old are the bikes available for rent?
They are current models from the Honda range who are known for their reliability, performance and safety features. The rentals are ‘like new’ and are fully maintained and serviced by our own in-house mechanic to ensure they are kept to a high standard. We do not operate out of a back yard or car park garage.
Do I need my own helmet when I rent?
We provide a single helmet for use but you may decide to use a full face helmet or some other brand / type of your own preference as there are many to choose from on the market.
What is the typical fuel economy of a scooter?
Looking at information shared by actual owners of the SH150 for example they are averaging just 2.7 litres per 100 kilometers in real world use. So that is roughly 200kms per tank.
Where is the servicing done on my rental?
We have a workshop on site at our workshop in Kensington, Melbourne with a qualified mechanic on duty to provide the required servicing or maintenance for your rental which is included in the price.
Can I use my rental for Ubereats, Menulog or Deliveroo?
Yes you can use your rental for all types of service or delivery needs to help earn an income. Our rental pricing is all inclusive covering registration, insurance, servicing, roadside assistance, emergency replacement so you can have peace of mind while you are working.
What happens if my rental breaks down?
We will provide roadside assistance after determinging the cause of the issue and if it is a fault of the scooter or motorbike we will provide an emergency replacement.
Can you provide the documents to ride for Ubereats?
Yes we can provide you with the necessary documents so you can apply to be a rider for Ubereats. Although you must rent a bike for 3 weeks or more.
What is the insurance excess amount?
The insurance excess to rent a scooter or motorbike will depend on your age and riding experience. It varies in price from $1,000 to $2,300.
Is there tax benefits of renting vs buying a scooter?
There could be, we would advise speaking to your accountant or financial advisor to review your options but we do know many people who have chosen to rent vs buying.
What happens if my rental scooter is stolen?
You report it to us immediately and we will take the necessary steps to get you back on the road as quickly as possible. There will be an insurance excess that needs to be paid, the amount will be dependant on your age & riding experience.
Are these rental scooters and motorbikes good for learners?
Yes they are LAMS approved models making them suitable for learner riders. They are light, nimble and easy to ride with plenty of power to move along with the traffic.
What is lane filtering?
Sydney road rules allow scooters or motorbikes to Lane Filter which means moving carefully between stationary vehicles at the traffic lights. It can reduce your travel times especially during peak hour.
Does the rental scooter or motorbikes have storage?
Each one has a parcel rack on the rear behind the seat, a top box can be fixed to this to increase your carrying capacity. There is also space under the seats and on the scooters there are storage bins under the handlebars.
Can I take passengers?
This may depend on the Riders License you are using when you ride on the scooter or motorbike. Each model available for rent can accomodate two people if required.
What are the servicing intervals?
1,000 km’s if the bike is new, but then every 6,000km’s after that.
Do I need to return the bike with fuel?
Yes the tank must be full or you will be charged up to $10 depending on the model rented.
What if I fall behind in my payments?
You will be required to return the bike immediately. If we are unable to retrieve the bike the model and registration will be reported to the Police and local authorities.
What if the bike is stolen?
You contact us immediately. We will then notify the Police and local authorities which will flag the model and registration as stolen.
*Source www.bikesales.com.au, www.bikez.com, www.shannons.com.au. Fuel economy will vary based on; your riding style, the weight of the rider, if you carry passengers, how you maintain tyre pressures, they type of fuel you use, the type of riding you do & if you use the idle features of the bike.