The Turo community is under constant attack by the multi-billion dollar rental car industry and these big business bullies are attempting to quash peer-to-peer car sharing. Make your voice heard in your state - join one of our open campaigns below. We make it easy to contact your elected officials to voice your support of Turo and peer-to-peer car sharing. If there are no open campaigns in your state, join OpenRoad and we’ll let you know when it’s time to act.
Advocate for Turo in Alaska
HB 102 could treat Turo hosts like rental car companies - supporr for peer-to-peer car sharing today.
Advocate for Turo in Arizona
Stand up for Turo - support Arizona’s peer-to-peer car sharing bill, HB 2559.
Advocate for Turo in Georgia
HB 378 is a threat to peer-to-peer car sharing and Turo hosts. Reach out to your elected officials to voice your concern.
Support Turo in Colorado
Be a part of history - support Colorado’s peer-to-peer car sharing bill, SB19-090
Make your voice heard in Washington
SB 5581 could treat Turo hosts like rental car companies - stand up for peer-to-peer car sharing today.
Bring turo back to new york
Given the unique nature of the insurance statute in New York, car sharing marketplaces that offer insurance protection to their users cannot operate there. New York residents - sign up for OpenRoad and we’ll let you know when it’s time to fight.
Share your turo story
Don’t see an open campaign in your state? No problem, we’d still love to hear from you. By sharing your unique story, you can help drive home the need for peer-to-peer car sharing in your community.