As Australia's largest peer-to-peer car sharing platform, we've enabled thousands of people to offset the cost of owning a car - as well as helping the environment and their local community. Check out the articles in this section to discover stories from real Car Next Door members.
Tasmania's hire car shortage and new Government initiatives designed to encourage car sharing are creating a unique opportunity for Tasmanian car owners looking for a lucrative side hustle.
The 26-year old copywriter listed her 2014 Volkswagen Polo on peer-to-peer car-sharing platform Car Next Door, which has just launched in Adelaide and has already made several hundred dollars renting it out.
Being affordable is a big plus for me. Because I am starting out I need to keep my operational costs low. Car Next Door helps me do that.
When lockdown hit Christine thought outside the box and was able to turn her lazy car into a side hustle that helped to support her family.
Living sustainably has always been important to Tim Sculthorpe and Mariana de la Rosa. When the couple moved to Sydney from Tasmania, they had no car and no intention of buying one. That’s when they discovered Car Next Door.
Move over, millennials! Seniors are tapping into tech to make money, with people such as Brendon Clancy, 64, earning through technology, side hustles and hobbies.
Susie and her family are passionate about making impactful environmental changes. They’ve decided to live car-free with the help of Car Next Door.
Like many grads, Jaydon isn't yet in a full-time job since he graduated from uni - so he's started a fleet of car-share vehicles, building up from sharing his own car while working part time. He's now sharing 5 cars and earning a steady income from his small fleet.