No pets in the vehicle.
No violation of Hawaii traffic laws.
Turo only insures my vehicle and what it hits DURING the rental period. Had a renter get into an accident 7 minutes after I released the car to him 5 minutes early. Turo said I was very lucky it was 2 minutes into the trip otherwise I would not have been insured. The Turo insurance card will be in the glove box along with my registration.
Turo charges $50/hour, up to $200 PLUS a $25 admin fee if you are more than 15 minutes late returning the vehicle (in the Turo Fees and Fines page in the second paragraph of this Guidelines section). If you are going to be late, extend the trip BEFORE the trip ends so you won't be charged the late fee. It's easy. Click "Change Trip" and change the return time as necessary. If there is a renter for the car right after you, you will NOT be able to extend and WILL be charged the late fee as it is unfair for the next renter.
No speeding, racing, or off-roading (gravel roads, sand, mud, red dirt areas, etc).
Be careful where you park or you may be ticketed and/or towed. We have Nazi metermaids and tow trucks here in Honolulu, especially in Waikiki. If you do not take care of the ticket, there will be Turo fees, court fees, and collection fees on top of the ticket cost. Cars get towed a LOT on Oahu. My renters get towed and/or ticketed 5 times a month. If you get towed, I will need to go down to the tow yard because it's registered to me and it's a hassle. I charge $60 to get the car out of tow (for driving probably at some unreasonable hour in the middle of the night or in rush hour traffic, waiting in line, you paying and them, them processing the payment, waiting some more for them to get the car out, and driving home after, usually taking over an hour and a half to deal with).
IF I AM AVAILABLE to drive you when you return the car, I will BEAT Uber's pricing at that specific time.