$35 towards first booking on Turo’s car sharing platform
Just in time for upcoming holiday travels, Turo, which recently launched in the UK, is offering $35 (automatically converts to £GBP) towards any first booking. This deal, for Fixter customers and friends, makes it easy to try Turo’s cheaper, more convenient approach to car rentals. After much success in the US, Canada, and Germany, Turo’s London launch is the second outside of North America. The platform’s community boasts over 8 million users, 350,000 vehicles, and 850 makes and models. We’re happy to welcome Turo to London.
Turo is thrilled to announce our expansion to full peer-to-peer service in the United Kingdom! Private car owners throughout the UK can now share their cars on Turo! pic.twitter.com/1i1qX4eD8W
— Turo (@turo) September 25, 2018
Turo users benefit with 10% off any Fixter service
Already a Turo user? Take advantage of our 10% coupon, good towards any service – including Fixter’s £29 MOT. With wet weather ahead, it’s a good time to get your battery checked or brake pads and discs replaced. We manage the entire door-to-door process for our car maintenance and servicing offerings. Simply book online and Fixter’s fully insured drivers are available whenever best suits you to collect and deliver you car to and from one of our top-rated garage partners (between 7AM-7PM). Fixter saves you time and money.
Earn revenue from your car
Introduced as the “Airbnb” for cars, Turo’s platform allows drivers to list their cars and earn extra cash. If you’re new to Turo and advertise your car for pick up or delivery, you’ll receive 100% of the booking – so long as it occurs before 1 November. You may as well earn some extra cash, especially if your car spends most of its time on the street or in a carpark. With insurance provided on both ends by Allianz, Turo is a low-risk approach to car sharing. According to the Evening Standard, you could be missing out big. “[Turo]…estimates that, on average, if someone rented their car for five days a month they’d earn £7,800 a year.” That’s nearly the entire cost of most used used autos in the UK, and would cover a well-deserved holiday