Founded in 2009, Turo is a vehicle sharing marketplace where travelers can rent a car of their choosing from individual car owners. Travelers can choose from a selection of nearby vehicles, whether it’s a truck to help out on moving day or a Mercedes-Benz for a weekend getaway. For owners, Turo offers an opportunity to earn extra money renting out their idle vehicles.
|Andre Haddad CEO|
|Alex Benn President|
|Michelle Fang Chief Legal Officer|
|Avinash Gangadharan CTO|
|Andrew Monk CMO|
|Ned Sizer CFO|
|Tom Wang Chief Product Officer|
|Lorie Boyd Chief People Officer|
Car rental marketplace Turo has raised an additional $30 million in a second round of its $250 million Series E, bringing in shareholders that include NFL player Larry Fitzgerald and rapper 2 Chainz.
Test drive a Nissan through Turo and the automaker will give you $300 towards the purchase of one.
Waiting? In line? At a counter? Unlikely.
Turo is the sharing economy's answer to big car rental agencies. Rent everything from a classic roadster to a Volkswagen Vanagon to a brand-new Tesla.
Car-sharing startup Turo has raised $250 million in a Series E round of funding from IAC, the internet media company that owned and spun out Match.com and OkCupid.
Can-Am has announced a partnership with Turo, a global online vehicle sharing marketplace–think of it as Airbnb for vehicles–to engage potential enthusiasts with an extended ride experience.
Turo, a San Francisco-based car-sharing company, is moving its Phoenix headquarters to Biltmore Center, 2390 E. Camelback Rd. The company plans to accommodate its rapid growth with a large expansion into the Camelback Corridor office building.
Turo is like Airbnb or Uber for rental cars, and like Uber a couple of years ago, the San Francisco-based company is stirring up controversy at Tampa International Airport.
A Senate committee on Monday killed a bill that sought to create more tax equity between traditional car rental companies and new peer-to-peer car sharing firms.
In Arizona, two bills are on a collision course in the state legislature, and the outcome could directly affect your next car rental. It's a drama that's playing itself out in at least 30 other states, part of a "brutal" battle pitting car rental companies against peer-to-peer car sharing startups.
State lawmakers voted Thursday to let individuals rent their own vehicles to others with minimal regulations and no requirement to pay the same taxes as firms like Hertz, Avis and Enterprise.
For weekends at the cottage, country inn or chalet – or winter drives down to the Snowbird States – experts advise minimizing luggage and hassle by renting gear instead of buying, and by packing clothes designed to pull double-duty on the beach and behind the wheel.
The City of Los Angeles has failed in its bid for dismissal of the lawsuit filed last summer by Turo Inc., a peer-to-peer car-sharing company that objects to being taxed and otherwise treated like a traditional car-rental company for car-sharing transactions at or near Los Angeles International Airport.
LMP Automotive Holdings, Inc., through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, currently offers its customers the opportunity to buy, sell, rent and subscribe for, and obtain financing for automobiles both online and in person.
DropCar, Inc., a leading provider of last mile logistics technology, mobility services and cloud based software for both the automotive industry and consumers, today announced a deal with Turo, the world’s leading peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace.
Turo is looking to expand its car-sharing platform across the UK. Car-sharing platform Turo has stepped up its expansion plans by taking over the customer base of easyCar Club. The firm, which brands itself as ‘the AirBnB of cars’ lets owners rent out vehicles when they’re not being used.
Data from 6 million days of rentals powers the carculator.
Peer-to-peer car sharing -- Airbnb for cars, essentially -- is a relatively new concept, and its biggest proponent right now is Turo. If you've thought about joining the service, but weren't sure what kind of money could or couldn't be made, Turo now has a tool for that.
Continental and Turo announced a collaboration to bring instant mobility to users through the exciting new application, Turo Go.