Renting a motorcycle is an excellent way to explore the beautiful landscapes of Georgia, but it is important to know the rules of the road to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey.

When renting a motorcycle in Georgia, you only need your country's driver's license as long as it is duplicated in the Latin alphabet. Motorcycles are classified as mopeds, motorcycles with or without a sidecar, and light or standard ATVs. It is important to know the categories of your driving license, including AM, A, B1, B, and A1.

Traffic rules and fines for motorcycles in Georgia are similar to European ones. Helmets must be worn by both the driver and passenger, and the maximum speed allowed is 60 km/h in populated areas and 80 km/h outside populated areas. It is forbidden to use a cellphone while driving and to take the wheels off the road. Additionally, the driver must hold the wheel with both hands, and the passenger must be at least 12 years old.

If you break a minor traffic rule, the Georgian Traffic Police are usually tolerant, and being polite and friendly can often get you off with just a warning. However, the police do check licenses and vehicle documents, so it is essential to carry the rental agreement with you if you rent a motorcycle.

Remember to be careful and drive at a safe pace, especially in densely populated areas. By following the rules of the road, you can have a memorable and enjoyable trip on your rented motorcycle or rented car in Georgia.