Guests are responsible for replacing any gas used during the rental, using the appropriate fuel (i.e., regular, premium, or diesel).
If a car has less gas at the trip end than it did at the start of the trip, the owner may use the Reimbursement tool on their Dashboard within seventy-two (72) hours of the end of the trip to request payment from their guest. Owners should also use Trip Photos from the beginning and end (no later than twenty-four (24) hours from the end) to document the gas levels. More information may be found here.
Owners always receive 100% of the gas fee. If the gas fee is processed through the Reimbursement tool, an additional 3% payment processing surcharge will be added to the traveler’s total. If Turo manually processes the reimbursement, an administrative fee of $25 will be added.
We recommend that owners keep the tank full in order to make it easier for everyone to determine how much gas the guest should refill. Guests should keep gas receipts for at least 5 days in case there is any dispute by the owner.