Rental Check List

  • 21 and over and have been the holder of a driver's license for no less than two years. 
  • Original Driver's License from country of issue.
  • Cost of Rental
  • Temporary Drivers Permit
 All vehicles will be provided with a FULL tank of fuel upon delivery and MUST be returned with a full tank.

Optional Extra Charges

Collision Damage Waiver (CDW)
21-24 Years - $25.00 Per Day
25 Years and over - $15.00 Per Day
Children’s Safety Seats
Car Seat - $3.00 Per Day
Booster Seat - $3.00 Per Day
Delivery to GFL Charles Airport (Castries) $20.00
            *We also offer delivery to Local Guest houses, Hotels, etc. 
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No hidden charges and costs

At Sacred Heart Car Rental there are no hidden fees. We are upfront with all fees no additional taxes or fees will be charged.

Drivers License

Driving is a great way to see many of St. Lucia's many amazing sights and to explore our tropical paradise. However, like any other country we have certain things you should be aware of.

As our terms states that a temporary drivers permit is needed. To obtain a Temporary Drivers Permit, you must have a valid drivers license in your home country. The Permit cost ($22USD) and it isn't difficult to obtain. Temporary permits are Valid for three months. However, if you are a holder of an International Driver's License, a permit is not necessary. Your International Driver's license only needs to be stamped for authorization. 

 *Option to obtain a Stamp on their International Drivers License allowing to drive legally on the island.

Rules of the Road

In St Lucia we drive on the Left-Hand side of the road. Also a large majority of our vehicles are right-hand. This can be a completely new driving experience for persons for Canada, the United State of America, etc. 

Other important rules to be aware of include:
  • You MUST wear a seatbelt at all times.
  • Speed Limit laws a strictly enforced. 
  • Speed limits in urban parts of St Lucia is 51 kph (32mph).
  • In case of an accident, the driver must contact the police.

Getting Around

Getting around St Lucia is not hard. All the main roadways are along the coastline in the South. Main roads extend form the North to the South of the island. 

Roads are winding and pass through mountainous areas, please be extremely careful and stick to the posted speed limits.