red ride(farang owner) is the best, but a buddy of mine rented a legit motorcycle from there, after one month, he decided to rent it another, he asked the red ride owner if the oil should be checked, red ride said no, 2 weeks later the bike ran out of oil and when that happens it literally destroys and engine so the bike was totalled and red ride tried to make my buddy pay for everything, id say my buddy owes 20% of the cost... so thats the only tarnishment to red rides reputation after serving hundreds of happy customers
there are lots of thai shops that will sell a rent a scooter for less than 3000 baht monthly too
just never give your passport to anyone, red ride would never even ask for it bc they are legit, u pay a deposit is all
Hi Nicole; I was in Chiang Mail 2 months ago. I just rented a bike for 500/ week @ Redride chiang mai - would be 1.700 a month. They are pretty awesome! I guess you can use your license there. Also i am agree with William, never give your passport to anyone. Just be extra careful. Good luck!
Definitely, you should visit Red Ride. Their crew can deliver a scooter, motorbike, or motorcycle to you at the airport, bus station, train station, or where you are staying. Key points for me: no passport needed, customer service was clear and friendly, price was cheap, the bike was delivered to my location and came with a full gas tank! I am always renting a bike from RedRide. A national motorcycle drivers licence issued in your home country, valid for a motorcycle and, an International Driving Permit. The maximum period that you can drive a bike legally on an IDP is 60 days on a Tourist Visa, 90 days on a Non-Immigrant visa. Motorcycles can be a fun way to move around, but remember road accidents are common. P.s. Take photos from all angles of the rental before you leave, to protect yourself should there be any dispute about damage later on.