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Turo.Com Corporate Office

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Turo.Com Corporate Office Address

Turo, Inc.
667 Mission Street4th Floor
San Francisco, California 94105

Contact Turo.Com

Phone Number: (415) 335-7177
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Website: https://turo.com/
Email: Email Turo.Com

Turo.Com Facts

Founder: Shelby Clark, Nabeel Al-Kady and Tara Reeves
Date Founded: 2009
Founding Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Number of Employees: 110

Turo.Com Executives

CEO: Andre Haddad
CFO: Shelby Clark
COO: Alex Benn

Turo.Com History

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Harvard Business School classmates Shelby Clark, Nabeel Al-Kad, and Tara Reeves were impressed by the business models they saw at Airbnb and eBay. They believed that they could accomplish something similar with cars, using the same basic peer-to-peer model. Founded in 2009, the company was originally named RelayRides. Later, the decision was made to renamed itself Turo in 2015.

Turo teamed with GM and their OnStar program to enable owners to unlock their vehicles using their smartphones. Although this was later discontinued, it was just the start for Turo to enable clients to work together.

Turo offers more than 800 makes and models of vehicles. Owners offer their cars, sometimes including delivery, in more than 2,500 cities and 300 airports across the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom. Turo 4

Unlike other car rental agencies, Turo does not own the vehicles, nor does it perform maintenance. Turo simply provides the platform by which customers and car owners can connect.

People who wish to generate income from their vehicles while they’re not being used can register the cars with Turo online to be rented by other Turo members. The car owner states the time and place where the car will be available. A client wishing to rent the car reserves a specific time slot for the car online and pays for the amount of time they signed up for. Car owners can set their own prices or use Turo’s dynamic pricing suggestions. The company takes 25% of the sale. In most cases, renters pay approximately 35 percent less on average than a traditional rental car company.

Turo covers vehicles with up to $1 million of liability insurance to protect car owners against lawsuits for injuries and property damage. All renters are also screened for safety. Cars must have less than 130,000 miles and be a 2005 model or newer to be listed on the site, although there are a few exceptions allowed, such as listings for antique cars. Turo 3

In 2015, Forbes listed Turo as #14 on their list of “Hottest On-Demand Startups. Headquarters are located in San Francisco, California.

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Turo.Com FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Turo.Com?
Answer 1: The phone number for Turo.Com is (415) 335-7177.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Turo.Com?
Answer 2: The CEO of Turo.Com is Andre Haddad.

Question 3: Who founded Turo.Com?
Answer 3: Turo.Com was founded by Shelby Clark, Nabeel Al-Kady and Tara Reeves in 2009.

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Andrea Dawson April 17, 2018 at 2:12 pm

We have been on hold for over an hour because I requested to speak with someone in corporate !!! We were rented a faulty car with pre existing issues and it didn’t even make it back to our home ! The owner didn’t tell us the car just got back from the shop we found out it had transmission problems . David Venezuela( claims specialist) has yet to get back to us and Michael Scott from Atlanta Georgia was the owner that rented us the faulty vehicle in which the vehicle has been suspended but the owner is still allowed to lease cars after he leased us a car without thouroughly checking it . He rented us a car the day he got it back from the shop. My husband is in the military and he had just gotten off orders he rented this car so we can go on our anniversary which was on the 6th . All we want is our refund back . Please give us a call 770576XXXX

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