This is a high performance car and I'm sharing it with the understanding that it will appeal to enthusiasts who will want to explore its capabilities. I want people to enjoy it, but in a way that is safe, responsible, and doesn't abuse the car. Most people understand and respect this, but in a 505 horsepower rear wheel drive car, a small minority of irresponsible renters can do a lot of expensive damage. In order to protect my investment and continue to make it available for others to enjoy, the car has remote monitoring that will alert me of abusive driving. In the event of any concerns, I will attempt to contact renters to clarify expectations. If the abusive behavior continues, I will end the rental early and charge for excessive wear.
So please, enjoy the car! Have fun with it! But if you wouldn't do something to your own car, you shouldn't do it to mine. Some examples:
-It is forbidden to use my car for any racing or track days. There are companies that rent cars specifically for track use and charge appropriate rates to cover the high costs of wear and tear. Also, most auto insurance including Turo's policies won't cover any damages that occur on a track.
-Repeated full throttle 0-60 acceleration runs or "launch control" style runs. Have fun exploring the acceleration but it's not a drag racer.
-Drifting, burnouts, skidpad-style maneuvers. We've all seen the videos of Mustangs spinning wildly into the crowds at Cars and Coffee events. The Giulia is a 505 hp rear wheel drive car. Leave the traction control system on. Trying to show off with a power slide has a very high likelihood of ending poorly.
--And for God's sake, don't attempt to get anywhere near the 191 mph top speed on a public highway!