A traveler with a booked a trip that is covered by a Turo protection package can add a secondary driver to the trip, as long as they’re an approved Turo driver.
If a traveler wishes to add a secondary driver, they can do so directly on the trip details page of their booked trip. Once a secondary driver is approved by Turo, they are approved as a secondary driver as well, and you will receive a notification that a secondary driver has been added to the trip.
You can head to your Upcoming tab in your dashboard to view the secondary driver details. Only drivers who have been formally added to the trip’s details as a secondary driver are approved by Turo to be secondary drivers for the trip. Remember, even when a secondary driver has been added, the primary driver remains solely responsible for the trip, and must be present for the key hand-off at the trip start, and the vehicle drop off at the end of the trip.
Please note that secondary drivers cannot be added to trips with very high value vehicles (where the vehicle has a value of $85,000 USD/$75,000 CAD or above in the US and Canada). In those circumstances, only the primary driver is allowed to drive the vehicle at any point during the trip.
If your vehicle is covered by owner-provided insurance and not Turo insurance, you will need to confirm any additional requirements with the traveler directly before allowing anyone else to drive the vehicle.