Like Airbnb, Turo is a peer-to-peer car-sharing service that lets people rent their cars out to others. And I mean any car. Is it wise to allow a total stranger to rent your nice and good car? I say absolutely not! But for those who are willing to try, there’s a shocking amount of interesting, decent things to rent.
A quick perusal of Turo’s website yielded some very eclectic results, to say the least. Some I wouldn’t rent if my life depended on it. Others, I’d consider for a wedding day.
Who said Hertz was the only way to go?
Definitely for a wedding, because a thousand bucks a day is outrageous. Also, question: are track days kosher?
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.
I, too, am interested in reenacting The Italian Job.
OH HELL YES.
Check out my muscles. They go with my Viper.
A quick and easy way to guarantee a crash.
The name’s Bon—nevermind.
Damn, though... that blue BMW 2002. Shit.
Would you put your car up for rent on Turo?