Start your car sharing business with finance from drivenfi

The Turo Process

Step One

List & Share your car for free – Listing takes about 10 minutes and is free, no sign-up charges, no monthly fees.

Step Two

Set your price & rules. Lay your own ground rules and customize when your car is available. Set your own daily price, or let Turo automatically adjust your price to maximize your earnings.

Step Three

Welcome your guests. When a guest books your car, you’ll confirm where and how to hand over the keys before the trip.

Check your guest in with the Turo app, then sit back and relax until the trip is over.

Step Four

Sit back & earn – Get paid within three days after each trip. You’ll earn 65% – 75% of the trip price unless you waive Turo protection to use your own commercial rental insurance. You’ll also get reimbursed for things like fuel and any mileage beyond your limit.

Discover how much you can earn with different vehicles as you build your income on turo.

£400 +

Average Earnings Per Month

Add your Car for Free, it only takes ten minutes.

Sit back, and let your car earn a passive income for you.

Get all your questions answered in the Turo Help Center for hosts.

How Turo Insurance Works

Physical damage protection – You’re covered by up to £20 million liability insurance

With Turo, you can choose from two vehicle protection plans: the 65 plan or 75 plan. Either plan you choose will cover your vehicle up to £20,000,000 in third-party liability insurance provided by Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance, via Turo broker Aon.

Worried about bumps and scrapes? Both plans give peace of mind with protection against physical damage. Simply allocate a percentage of the trip price to cover the cost of a protection plan, then keep the rest as earnings.**

Protection plans, We’ve got your back.

Safe & trusted community – Turo screens all guests before allowing them to book, so you can rest easy knowing your car is in good hands.

24/7 customer support – is just a click away, and your guests have easy access to Turo roadside assistance.

Two-way reviews – Both hosts and guests review each other after every trip, so you can see your guests’ reviews before hosting them.