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Rent Out Your Car

Posted at 6:17 pm March 21, 2017 Stan Keburis Reply Author Hello guys, I was reading through the Q&A’s and seen that James R. responded to what appeared to be a common question amongst those seeking information. Needless to say, James went ahead and decided that it would be easiest to list every State that currently operates and allow your services. Now, I only caught a quick glance at the States listed above. I attempted to find the list again and do not see it. So I apologize if this the 100th time you’re being asked this question today. 1. My first question is whether or not you operate in Illinois. I don’t recall seeing it……however I’d rather double check and have a accurate answer. 2. I did notice that Indiana was posted on the list of approved states. Now as an Illinois resident am I able to rent my vehicle which is registered in Illinois to Indiana residents seeking a vehicle to rent? 3. If I read and understand correctly your service is entitled to 15% of every run my vehicle completest? 4. If I rent my vehicle to a driver for let’s say 3 days and fails to complete any runs….or let’s say the driver renting my vehicle completes no runs but uses my vehicle for personal use putting 150+ miles on my car? How are situations such as these handled? My last and final question is what if the driver renting my vehicle is running 10+ hours per day completing all of his runs and appears to be a great driver until he is pulled over for a simple traffic stop that goes wrong and fast. Which ultimately turns into the driver being arrested for felony drug distribution and trafficking causing my vehicle to be impounded as the driver was using my car to transport, deliver & sell narcotics?
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Rent Out Your Car

Hello guys, I was reading through the Q&A’s and seen that James R. responded to what appeared to be a common question amongst those seeking information. Needless to say, James went ahead and decided that it would be easiest to list every State that currently operates and allow your services. Now, I only caught a quick glance at the States listed above. I attempted to find the list again and do not see it. So I apologize if this the 100th time you’re being asked this question today. 1. My first question is whether or not you operate in Illinois. I don’t recall seeing it……however I’d rather double check and have a accurate answer. 2. I did notice that Indiana was posted on the list of approved states. Now as an Illinois resident am I able to rent my vehicle which is registered in Illinois to Indiana residents seeking a vehicle to rent? 3. If I read and understand correctly your service is entitled to 15% of every run my vehicle completest? 4. If I rent my vehicle to a driver for let’s say 3 days and fails to complete any runs….or let’s say the driver renting my vehicle completes no runs but uses my vehicle for personal use putting 150+ miles on my car? How are situations such as these handled? My last and final question is what if the driver renting my vehicle is running 10+ hours per day completing all of his runs and appears to be a great driver until he is pulled over for a simple traffic stop that goes wrong and fast. Which ultimately turns into the driver being arrested for felony drug distribution and trafficking causing my vehicle to be impounded as the driver was using my car to transport, deliver & sell narcotics?
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Rent Out Your Car

I rented my car to someone through a website called Turo. It is like an Airb&b for cars. You list your car on the site and they connect you with renters. While a renter has your car, your car is covered through Turo’s insurance. A renter crashed my 2015 Jaguar F-Type, and through a technicality Turo has now stated that they cannot cover the damages to my car. They listed the car and collected a percentage of 26 rentals, yet on this occasion, through a technicality that I was unaware of, they refuse to cover my car. There are many other details that manifest Turo taking advantage of me as a consumer. What should my next steps be to litigate liability toward Turo?I do not recommend anyone listing their car on Turo. their avarice is manifested in their deleterious business practices.
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Rent Out Your Car

Like Airbnb does with houses, Turo (formerly known as RelayRides) is an application that enables people to rent out their second car that they might not be using to other users. I stumbled upon this app last January and immediately saw the potential in it. While buggy, the interface is very easy to use. Many people list their cars on the site but at the same time, don’t really know how to price them. I suspect it’s because they think their car is worth more than it really is. This actually helps me out because I’m able to undercut the market and rent out my cars more often. A car that isn’t rented doesn’t make me any money.
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Rent Out Your Car

I rented my car to someone through a website called Turo. It is like an Airb&b for cars. You list your car on the site and they connect you with renters. While a renter has your car, your car is covered through Turo’s insurance. A renter crashed my 2015 Jaguar F-Type, and through a technicality Turo has now stated that they cannot cover the damages to my car. They listed the car and collected a percentage of 26 rentals, yet on this occasion, through a technicality that I was unaware of, they refuse to cover my car. There are many other details that manifest Turo taking advantage of me as a consumer. What should my next steps be to litigate liability toward Turo?
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Rent Out Your Car

In the meantime, here’s my referral link to rent a car on Turo. I don’t refer people often so i’m not sure what it really gets you. It’s probably a credit towards renting a car for some amount off. I also most probably earn the same amount as you after you complete the rental. Feel free to also rent one of my cars if you’re going to be in Los Angeles soon. Don’t worry, the stolen one isn’t going to get rented for a while.
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Rent Out Your Car

I never thought that a car would be stolen from me. Regardless of how it happened, someone took my car. It’s a very odd feeling but at the end of the day, things like this happen. My biggest advice would be to stay calm and think rationally. My mom was going absolutely crazy and kept trying to make me go crazy with her. She had her conspiracy theories that he was using my car to rob someone and it would come back to me or that somehow, someway, I would get arrested for the crimes committed using my car. Just distance yourself from crazy people who freak out more than you and know that cars can be replaced. I realized early on that I had to be super calm because eventually, my car would be found — and if it wasn’t, well, that’s what insurance is for. If you deal with things in a passive manner, you’ll see that everything just falls into place regardless. When it comes to dealing with Turo, I am extremely satisfied with their response and how they handled the situation. No doubt, it must have been tough for them to see something like this happen on their app after they verified and let someone blatantly steal a car. However, I’m really pleased with how everything worked out.
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Rent Out Your Car

How much can I earn? Earn over £3,000 per year for the spare car in the family or the car that doesn’t get used at weekends. Insurance cover by so your own policy isn’t affected. Breakdown and recovery is also included with every rental. Peace of mind with thorough renter vetting and secure payment processing. Stay in complete control of when your car is available, how much charge, who to rent to, and how to exchange keys.
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The police found my car after 3 weeks, abandoned on the side of the road (warrant out for the thief ATM), still no help from TURO. Now I’m trying to sell the car, and guess what?! Any app I use to sell the car will not allow the car to be posted because it has been reported stolen. There are also damages on the car…again, Turo has not helped at all. Seems they don’t care about their customers and don’t mind their reputation being ruined.
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Around 3PM on the 24th, I sent out an email to Turo and also called BMW to see whether they could track the vehicle for me. Unfortunately, BMW seems to be one of the worst companies to deal with when you either have your car stolen or if you get locked out of your car. I have a Chevy Cruze that not only tracks the location of the car in real-time but also lets you unlock the car from your phone. However, this BMW that costs 4 times more will not let you track or unlock the vehicle in the app. It’s absolutely ridiculous and, in my opinion, needs to be changed.

Published on Apr 20, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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