Neighbourly car sharing.
When Anne and her husband's third child arrived it was time to upgrade to a bigger car. Then came the question: what to do with the $1,000 Mazda they'd been using until then?
Kua operate a closed-loop model of coffee delivery, using Car Next Door vans to run their zero-waste coffee around Sydney.
When Pat and Mel moved to Sydney from the USA, exploring the local area was top of their to do list. Car sharing with Car Next Door makes their weekend road trips easy and affordable.
When Alon found that his family wasn't using their second car as much as they used to, he was faced with the choice of keeping it or selling it. Renting it out on Car Next Door proved to be the perfect solution.
Loren runs the Missing Persons Advocacy Network and rents out two properties on Airbnb: all without owning a car.
After four year's on Car Next Door, Kate's Fiesta has paid for itself, so Kate can keep the convenience of owning a car without the expense.
Aaron's used to sharing his stuff. He shares his house with Airbnb, so when he found himself with an idle car it was a no brainer to share it too.
From driving a manual car for the first time in over a decade to generating lockbox codes in the pouring rain, Jilly shares the challenges and joys of neighbour-to-neighbour car-sharing.
When he realised his car was an unnecessary drain on his finances, Ankit gave it up and has been living car-free for the last two years.
By renting it out to her neighbours, Angie's got her car to pay itself. Now she enjoys the convenience of owning a car, with all her bills paid.
Lucie only drives a couple of times during the week. Stuart needs a car from time-to-time on the weekends. They share a car through car-sharing platform Car Next Door.
Renting her car out gave Anita access to a whole fleet of cars, vans and utes.
Here's how renting out my car helped me fund my music business and buy a new car.
While earning money by renting their car out is welcome, it's not the key reason why Doug and Sally decided to rent their car with Car Next Door. It's part of their commitment to using resources more efficiently through sharing.
Meet Kayla. In her early 20′s, Kayla found herself with a car, but no licence. The car was a cute purple Ford Festiva, a gift from an aunt.
Edwina's story: how rentng my car out helps me live well on under $20k in Sydney.