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Liz’s

Dodge Charger 2010

3.5L

4.25

(31 trips)

Pickup & return location
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Distance included
Day
300 mi
Week
2100 mi
Month
9000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

The car

Dodge Charger 2010

3.5L

4.25

(31 trips)

22 MPG

Gas (Regular)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Liz
4.0
Liz
120 tripsJoined May 2019

Description

Ready to hit the roads in style!

Features

Automatic transmission

Parking details

Car is located in an airport parking lot, you can take a free shuttle there from the terminal for which I will provide you instructions. There is a $13 parking fee, but take in to consideration I keep my prices competitive and the vehicle will be there for you if you come in early or you are delayed.

Guidelines

Please treat it like your own and please return it as clean interior/exterior as you got it.

Reviews

4.25

20 reviews

Paulina H.

Paulina H.27 Aug 2019

Great easy way to get to hikes that were far. To see Oregon nature it requires a car because there’s not a cell signal in a lot of places so this was a great cheap way to get around. Thanks liz

Brett W.

Brett W.25 Aug 2019

Nice car for getting you from a to b.

RALPH C.

RALPH C.23 Aug 2019

The price was reasonable. Only got 17 miles per gallon but OK for getting around town. Must pay to leave parking lot. Our charge was only $8. But again, car was cheap. Liz offers 1850 mile limit included, while most cars on Turo only offer 1500 miles. The car ran well. But here is what you won't know until the last minute. You are required to take photos of the car, the odometer and the gas gauge when you pick it up and load these photos up to the Turo app. On the way to pick up the car, I got a message from Turo that I needed to inspect the car, tires, etc. I tried to call Turo three times to ask about what inspection they wanted me to do and how to upload the photos, I got disconnected three times. I only recently got data on my phone, so I don't know how I would have uploaded photos if I didn't have it. Cell service on the way to the parking lot near the Portland Airport goes in and out. The photos would not upload on Turo even with cell service. While I was taking car photos, my husband was trying to get into the car. Someone parked so close to the drivers door my husband could not get in. He tried to crawl over through the passengers side of the car but could not fit. Finally I squeezed through the drivers door. The key was in the door pocket . I put the key in the key hole and it turned, but would not start the car, then the key fell out. Tried this several times before I called Liz. No answer. Messaged Liz. No answer. Called Liz again. Finally an answer. By now, I was frantic. She put her husband on the phone to explain how to start the car. You take the end of the key fob and insert it into where the key hole is and turn the key fob. I am 69 years fold and have never seen anything like this in my life. I should have been told in advance about something so unique. Directions in the car or attached to the fob would have been sufficient to avoid frustration. When you return the car it helps to know this so you don't have to wonder about it. Shuttle buses are waiting at the parking lot to take people to the airport. The shuttle bus driver will fill out a card with your parking row and number on it. You can take a photo of this, so Liz knows where the car is and you also need to send her photos of the car, odometer and fuel gauge again. You are expected to clean the car and have the gas gauge at the level it was when you picked it up. Oh, about the photos not uploading to Turo, Liz said I could text them directly to her at my convenience. Much easier. I hope this information allows you to have a much easier time getting this car without frustration. It really was a good deal and a good car. Now, unrelated, here is the fine print about the free second driver policy. You need to have your own separate account on Turo to be a second driver. The primary driver needs to purchase insurance from Turo. But here is the kicker, as a second driver, you can't drive the car unless the primary driver is in the car. Which is OK if you are on a long trip and want to share driving. But, Not good if you just want to run to the store by yourself. Enjoy your trip in Liz's car.

Charles C.

Charles C.23 Aug 2019

Tried to cancel didn’t work needed to change to another day wasn’t available but could of used the money to go towards another car or an Uber

Joseph G.

Joseph G.23 Jul 2019

This is an extremely efficient way to get a reliable car and an affordable price. Be aware that there will be a cost to take the car from parking and for short trips that raised the price a lot. One day rental $20 parking $15. That was a little surprising, but in my situation, way better than renting any other way. Thank you so much Liz.

vehicle

1 of 1

The car

Dodge Charger 2010

3.5L

4.25

(31 trips)

22 MPG

Gas (Regular)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Liz
4.0
Liz
120 tripsJoined May 2019

Description

Ready to hit the roads in style!

Features

Automatic transmission

Parking details

Car is located in an airport parking lot, you can take a free shuttle there from the terminal for which I will provide you instructions. There is a $13 parking fee, but take in to consideration I keep my prices competitive and the vehicle will be there for you if you come in early or you are delayed.

Guidelines

Please treat it like your own and please return it as clean interior/exterior as you got it.

Reviews

4.25

20 reviews

Paulina H.

Paulina H.27 Aug 2019

Great easy way to get to hikes that were far. To see Oregon nature it requires a car because there’s not a cell signal in a lot of places so this was a great cheap way to get around. Thanks liz

Brett W.

Brett W.25 Aug 2019

Nice car for getting you from a to b.

RALPH C.

RALPH C.23 Aug 2019

The price was reasonable. Only got 17 miles per gallon but OK for getting around town. Must pay to leave parking lot. Our charge was only $8. But again, car was cheap. Liz offers 1850 mile limit included, while most cars on Turo only offer 1500 miles. The car ran well. But here is what you won't know until the last minute. You are required to take photos of the car, the odometer and the gas gauge when you pick it up and load these photos up to the Turo app. On the way to pick up the car, I got a message from Turo that I needed to inspect the car, tires, etc. I tried to call Turo three times to ask about what inspection they wanted me to do and how to upload the photos, I got disconnected three times. I only recently got data on my phone, so I don't know how I would have uploaded photos if I didn't have it. Cell service on the way to the parking lot near the Portland Airport goes in and out. The photos would not upload on Turo even with cell service. While I was taking car photos, my husband was trying to get into the car. Someone parked so close to the drivers door my husband could not get in. He tried to crawl over through the passengers side of the car but could not fit. Finally I squeezed through the drivers door. The key was in the door pocket . I put the key in the key hole and it turned, but would not start the car, then the key fell out. Tried this several times before I called Liz. No answer. Messaged Liz. No answer. Called Liz again. Finally an answer. By now, I was frantic. She put her husband on the phone to explain how to start the car. You take the end of the key fob and insert it into where the key hole is and turn the key fob. I am 69 years fold and have never seen anything like this in my life. I should have been told in advance about something so unique. Directions in the car or attached to the fob would have been sufficient to avoid frustration. When you return the car it helps to know this so you don't have to wonder about it. Shuttle buses are waiting at the parking lot to take people to the airport. The shuttle bus driver will fill out a card with your parking row and number on it. You can take a photo of this, so Liz knows where the car is and you also need to send her photos of the car, odometer and fuel gauge again. You are expected to clean the car and have the gas gauge at the level it was when you picked it up. Oh, about the photos not uploading to Turo, Liz said I could text them directly to her at my convenience. Much easier. I hope this information allows you to have a much easier time getting this car without frustration. It really was a good deal and a good car. Now, unrelated, here is the fine print about the free second driver policy. You need to have your own separate account on Turo to be a second driver. The primary driver needs to purchase insurance from Turo. But here is the kicker, as a second driver, you can't drive the car unless the primary driver is in the car. Which is OK if you are on a long trip and want to share driving. But, Not good if you just want to run to the store by yourself. Enjoy your trip in Liz's car.

Charles C.

Charles C.23 Aug 2019

Tried to cancel didn’t work needed to change to another day wasn’t available but could of used the money to go towards another car or an Uber

Joseph G.

Joseph G.23 Jul 2019

This is an extremely efficient way to get a reliable car and an affordable price. Be aware that there will be a cost to take the car from parking and for short trips that raised the price a lot. One day rental $20 parking $15. That was a little surprising, but in my situation, way better than renting any other way. Thank you so much Liz.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address
Distance included
Day
300 mi
Week
2100 mi
Month
9000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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