Turo is a peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace where you can book any car you want, wherever you want it, from local hosts across the US, Canada, the UK, and Germany. A vibrant community over five million strong, Turo guests can choose from over 850 unique makes and models, while hosts earn extra money to offset the costs of car ownership.
Whether it’s a truck to help on moving day, a Mercedes-Benz for a luxurious weekend away, or a classic VW bus for a picture-perfect road trip, with more than 200,000 vehicles listed worldwide, Turo lets you find the perfect vehicle for your next adventure.
Hitting the road?
• Choose from a totally unique selection of cars and drive the perfect one for your trip
• Book cars directly from local hosts, as much as 30% less than traditional car rental agencies
• Get the car delivered, and book trips on the go with a quick tap
Car collecting dust?
• Share your car and turn your depreciating asset into an earnings engine
• Rest assured with up to $1 million in liability insurance backing each trip
Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Updates and fixes to make booking trips and managing listings on Turo easier.
Ratings and Reviews
1st time user, great experience!
Booked a car about a week before my arrival on the other side of the country. I flew into LAX, and the car owner sent their employee and a van to pick me up, as their location was 15 mins away. Kept in good communication with me, and the car was washed and gassed up, ready for me. Owner was there and went over features of the car (BMW M3, competition package). He took about 15 pictures of the car, all the way around, to show condition. They were uploaded to the app. Told me to feel free to upload pics if there were damaged areas I noticed. Despite it being a pricey car, the owner seemed very chill, and says that he knows it’s a rental (meaning there may be flaws, and isn’t super anal about little things). That eased my mind. Your results may differ. Car performed flawlessly. He checked in with me once to confirm drop off time, as it was a nighttime drop off, and I still needed the ride back to LAX for a red eye. Accommodations were made. The return was simple. Went over the car, which took less than a minute. Gas and mileage was good, as well as the condition. I was on my way to LAX quickly. Didn’t know what to expect when I booked the rental, and hoped for the best. Honestly, it couldn’t have gotten any better. Will definitely use Turo again. My advice would be to pick a renter with a lot of good feedback. Mine had a lot.
Not the best in smaller cities
Turo seems to be best if you are going to be using the platform in a larger city or near an airport that has more options. I was looking to book a trip in my home town to travel to a funeral locate about 250 miles away. Using the app to book my trip was user friendly and rather simple to do, however my host was unresponsive. I contacted my host each day for my upcoming trip however no response. I contacted Turo directly and their suggested solutions guided me to wait for at least 3 days, which I did and I was instructed to wait another hour for them to reach out to the host. All reasonable. After about 1 hour and 15 mins the host cancelled my trip less than 24 hours prior to my scheduled trip. THIS IS NOT TURO’s FAULT. My issue is with the resolution, like I said I am traveling for a funeral, and booking a trip in less than 24 hours for the same timeframe with Turo or any other traditional rental company proved to be impossible. I am now stuck waiting 8 hours later to start my trip. My suggestion, partner with your super hosts or a major rental company so your guests can have an worry-free booking option that may cost a bit more but will give certainty that all your customers will always have a safety net in case a host backs out. Maybe test in in your smaller cities. I will say I thanks to Clark and Dan who helped me as early as 11 and said with me to nearly 10, they did everything in their capabilities to assist.
Cancelled without telling me!
They booked a trip and paid for it. I took an Uber to the pick up address on the day that I was supposed to at the exact time I’m supposed to. I show up and the lady tells me that my reservation was canceled last night. I look on my email and on the app and it says that my trip is starting. She tells me it’s between me and Turo. Apparently Turo decided to cancel my reservation without telling me so they could review my account without sending me an email or notification. Now I’m sitting in front of this lady‘s house like a homeless person beyond embarrassed waiting for an Uber to pick me up. Completely ruined my vacation. Had they let me know in advance I could’ve made other plans. I took off work for this! Turo then emailed me several times telling me that I needed to send them pictures of myself in front of my drivers license and pictures of the card that I used to purchase. I did these things even though I used Apple Pay which was promoted by this app, they continue to ask me for more detailed photos of my card even though the photo that I sent them was in HDR. I told them point-blank it doesn’t make any sense for you to need that many photographs of my card when I used Apple Pay and I already went through this entire process with Apple Pay. The entire scenario was very weird and very sketchy. I’m going with enterprise next time. It’s cheaper and they’re nice to me and I have very little chance of credit card theft.
Developer Response ,
We strive to create a reliable, fun, and memorable experience for our guests and hosts alike. That definitely is not the kind of Turo experience we expect our guests to have and we feel badly about the impact it had on your day and your experience with us. Would you please email us by going to support.turo.com so that we can look into this issue further.
- Turo Inc.
- 159.8 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
English, French, German
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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