Turo Rental Reviews: Turo is basically a sharing economy marketplace, a website, an app where people can list their cars when they need no extra funds. Other people, such as myself, can hire such private cars if traditional rental companies want to avoid them. There are, in my view, two major reasons not for reserving traditional methods for looking at a peer-to-peer market: If you are looking for a cheaper thing (by saving basic rates or not paying huge airport fees)
You will need a copy of a driver’s license to be registered to rent via Turo and you will need auto insurance (like every other rental company, Turo will try to upsell you additional insurance coverage which you can accept or decline, with my option offered through Liberty Mutual).
If you want a solution not offered by traditional firms (offsite locations, specialty vehicles, or maybe an owner who allows you to go off-road). You are searching for cars at your destination and the dates until you find anything you want. Turo works exactly as you think it would: Some cars are a “instant book;” others ask the owner who confirms or rejects your request manually.