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I rented a Tesla Model 3 on the car-sharing app Turo with almost no human interaction — and it was clear why the app is great for millennials
I used a peer-to-peer car-sharing service, Turo, for the first time when I rented a Tesla Model 3 sedan at the end of September.
The CEO of Turo rents out his 5 cars, including the trifecta of Teslas, to strangers — here’s why he thinks nearly everyone will be d...
Turo is a car-rental service most easily described as "Airbnb for cars." Its CEO, Andre Haddad, believes shared vehicles are the future of driving, because people will want to make their self-driving cars go to work for them. He's made $11,000 so far this year by renting out his cars on Turo.
People in San Francisco are leasing their Teslas and supercars to strangers in order to afford owning a car in one of the most expensive cities in Ame...
Turo is changing the economics of owning a car in cities like San Francisco. Car owners list their vehicles on the platform and lease them by the day. One "power host" says her new Tesla Model 3 costs her practically nothing because she recovers the cost by renting it to strangers via the Turo app.
Turo has been billed as the 'Airbnb for cars,' connecting regular car owners with people looking to rent. We tried it, and it raises interesting questions.
Chad and Min Hurin have paid off their two Teslas by renting them on Turo. Now that they're getting a Model 3, they're poised to earn a $500 bonus.
Turo, a startup that's best described as "Airbnb for your car," is renting out a 2006 Ford Escape emblazoned with full Aviato branding, with HBO's permission.