Turo is available in the US, Canada, Germany, and the UK, and many other countries. We welcome guests from all over the world, and in order to create a safe community, users must be eligible to join.
Before a guest can request your car, they must provide the following to Turo:
- Driver's license information.
- A payment method.
- Users with licenses not issued in the US, Canada, Germany, and the UK may have to provide additional information, such as a passport. We don’t accept an International Driving Permit in lieu of a driver’s license.
- In the US and Canada, we also request a potential guest’s auto insurance score from a consumer reporting agency, and the score must meet our minimum eligibility criterion.
Based on this information and other signals, our top-flight security software is constantly getting smarter in order to keep our community safe. At times, we may request more information to verify the identity and eligibility of prospective guests.
You, as a host, play a crucial role in the final step of the process. In order to support our insurance requirements, before you hand over your keys, you must check that your guest has a current, valid driver's license, and that the name matches the information provided in your trip details.