While your car’s out living a useful life, it may get some wear and tear along the way. Under the Car Next Door community rules, wear and tear is treated differently from damage. It’s not covered under the insurance policy (just as it wouldn’t be under your
Brunswick Tool library volunteers are keeping local people DIY'ing during the COVID-19 crisis by delivering shared tools using local Car Next Door members' shared vans. Check out what they've been making!
What is and isn't covered by insurance when you lend your car to a friend?
Renting her car out gave Anita access to a whole fleet of cars, vans and utes.
Whatever it is you need to get done, there’s a local car that’s up for the job. Because Car Next Door cars belong to real people, they’re equipped with everything real people need. Follow these simple steps to find your perfect match.
Meet Alissa and Maree - they’re neighbours in St Kilda, Melbourne. Alissa doesn’t use her car during the week, and that’s when Maree often needs to drive to get to meetings across Melbourne. They share a car through the Car Next Door platform.
No-deposit and “rent to own” car leasing interest charges are much higher than you would normally pay on car finance. You can end up spending a lot more for a car that is also going to lose value over the lease period. Now there are better options.
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