No. If your car is eligible for protection, Turo in the US, Allianz in Germany and the UK, or Intact in Canada will pay to have it repaired, up to the actual cash value of the car. However, there is no protection against any potential reduction in value resulting from damage related to a trip.
Articles in this section
- How does insurance work for hosts?
- What happens if additional repairs are necessary on my vehicle after I obtain a damage appraisal?
- What insurance requirements must I meet to list my car in the UK?
- What if a guest is in an accident?
- If a guest gets into an accident, will my insurance be affected?
- How do I file a claim when a guest damages my car?
- Do I need personal car insurance?
- What is an incident info card and why do I need one?
- What do I need to know about being a Commercial Host?
- Is it legal for me to share my car? Is it okay with my personal insurer?