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Discussion in 'Technical Q&A' started by xavior, Dec 16, 2007.
Hi guys, Have an offer pending to work there. Will my 355 be safe? Anyone have info on this?
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Bermuda is a cool place to live, vacation, and work.
Just 1 car per person (maybe just 1 per household, now), though. Strict limits.
One real road around the island, and a couple of cross roads. You can cover the island on a scooter pretty easily.
In general, your one car will be exposed to the weather and to passers-by at all times. Because of the population to area density, all classes of people mingle at all times. So the homeless drunk will be stumbling by your car each night.
There *was* a Ferrari on the island the last time that I was there, though...and the banking district is all proper.
Great food! Try the guinnea chicks when they are in season (a Bermuda-only lobster).
Oh, and don't plan on moving around very fast when a cruise ship docks.
Good internet connections and they take Dollars and Pounds, so they are civilized.
But no, you aren't going to find a Ferrari repair shop there unless things have *really* changed!
Well that really sucks.... I guess i could always fly PAP over. I am sure those shorts will blend right in.
Besides a few city blocks in the two towns on the island, you'll just be driving on the one main road that circles around:
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Dumbest thing I could imagine, I saw a FIAT 124 Spider one trip and winced about the waste that was.
Now, an ASA Spider, that might be the ticket! (At dawn's first light, of course.)
If I were in your shoes I'd sell the car and buy one when I returned to civilization and good driving roads......
I agree my niece and her husband have lived there for three years ( both tax accountants from the UK ) and have never had a car and have not felt the need to.