What is the oldest car you can put on Turo?
Vehicle listing requirements for the US
To list a “Specialty” or “classic” car in the United States, that car must: Be 25 years or older (special considerations for vehicles more than 12 years old but less than 25 years old)
What happens if the host doesnt respond on Turo?
Canceling a booked trip if a host is unresponsive
Their phone number is shown in “Trip details.” If they still don’t respond, you can cancel the trip at no penalty to you by contacting support.turo.com.
Does mileage matter on Turo?
Guests feel more at ease when they don’t have to worry about mileage and often don’t drive farther than needed. If you chose to set a daily distance limit, we’ll determine a minimum distance per day you can set based on your vehicle’s value. The minimum for most cars on Turo is 200 miles or 300 kilometres per day.
What percentage does Turo take?
Depending on where you live, it’s possible to book many customers quickly. How much does Turo take from my fees? While Turo does take 15% to 40% of the rental cost, that cut covers insurance for your vehicle and advertising on the site, which gets you customers.
How do you mark no-show Turo?
Reporting a guest no-show
If a guest doesn’t cancel and doesn’t show up for the trip, reach out via Turo messaging. Tell them you plan to report them as a “no-show.” Let them know if you’re able to wait and for how long and give them 15 minutes to respond.
What happens if Turo guest is late for pickup?
If you’re running late to pick up a car or have to cancel last-minute, please message your host through the Turo app. Hosts can report a no-show starting 30 minutes after the trip’s start time. In the event of a no-show, guests will be charged greater fees than they would be charged for a cancellation.
What happens if you return a Turo late?
Late return fee: If you return a vehicle 2 hours or more past the trip’s scheduled end time, your host can charge you a $20* fee, in addition to the cost of your additional use of the vehicle.
Does Turo have a competitor?
Turo’s top competitors include National Car Rental, Silvercar, Fox Rent A Car, Avis Budget Group and Getaround. Turo is a company that operates an online car rental marketplace.
How much can one make on Turo?
According to Turo’s official website, the highest earnings are about $1,365 per month. The amount depends on your vehicle and type of insurance, with the Porche Boxter earning the highest.
Can I use Turo to go out of state?
You can drive anywhere within the country where your trip originated. If you book a car in the US or Canada, you may drive across the US-Canadian border, but you may not drive into Mexico.
Does Turo report to IRS?
Yes, you should report your expenses related to your car-sharing business, as well as the income reported to you on Form 1099-K. As an owner renting your vehicle, you are considered self-employed and must report your business on Schedule C (available in TurboTax Self-Employed Online).
Is Turo a good way to make money?
Renting your car on Turo can be a great way to make some extra money, especially if your car isn’t your daily driver. Instead of letting your car sit unused in your driveway, you can rent it out and keep up to 90% of the listing price.
How are days calculated on Turo?
Your trip can start and end at any time you and your host agree on, but the smallest unit we’ll charge is a day. We calculate the price per day by adding up the daily price for each day of your trip, applying any available discounts, and dividing that sum by the number of trip days.