Car Rental for groups of 10-12 people or less.

Traveling with a small group (10-12 people or less)


If you plan on traveling for 10-12 individuals or less, we will be happy to fulfill your wishes so you can take advantage of the bus rental options, but this will not be an advantageous option – you will most probably overpay. Here's what we have to offer – rent 1-3 cars with Pay-per-day or daily payment. In a lot of places, you can rent a car for $50-$60, you can find a big car for $100 (approx. $14/ per person), - it is cheaper than a bus in this case.

To save on cheap cars, we recommend using a peer-to-peer car rental and using the following services that have already managed to prove themselves with the best side. Some of them have a lot of cars in some specific areas. You just need to sign up.



What is peer-to-peer car rental?

What is peer-to-peer car rental? Through mobile innovation and technology, owners of assets such as houses and cars can now connect with the people who want to rent them. The car rental company provides the platform, insurance, and roadside assistance that make the transaction safe and easy for both renters and car owners. Be advised that peer-to-peer car rental is not the same as car sharing. With car-sharing services, a third-party company owns a fleet of vehicles that members of the service can use in exchange for a price. The company maintains the fleet and will almost always pay for gas. With peer-to-peer car rental, in contrast, private individuals rent their vehicles to drivers. The company just acts as an intermediary; they don’t pay for gas, provide the vehicles, or do any of the maintenance work. This allows them to expand their reach much more quickly since all they need to enter a market is a sufficient supply of interested vehicle owners and renters. 


Now that you understand what peer-to-peer car rental is, let’s analyze some of the services you can use to do it. While there are lots of companies in this market, we’ve identified the top four companies that you can use. We selected them based on their wide availability, reputation, and overall ease of use.


Available in over 5,500 cities across the US (except the state of NY), Canada, Germany, and the UK.

Price starting at $25/day.

Rental Period - Daily

Mileage Limit - Set by owner. Typically, 200/day

Minimum Renter Age - 21

Insurance - Liability included. Collision available with $500 or $3,000 deductible for additional cost

Membership Fee - None

Vehicle Pickup - Renter travels to the car. The owner can drop the car off for an extra charge

Vehicle Drop-off - Renter returns the car to the pick-up location. The owner can pick up the car for an extra charge

Fuel Expenses - Fuel costs not included. Renter returns fuel to the original level.

Late Fee - $50/hour


Turo is an app that’s been making big waves in the peer-to-peer car rental industry. It stands out for its wide availability. You aren’t just limited to the United States when you use Turo. You can also rent cars in Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

Turo offers an impressive range of cars, from high-end Teslas and BMWs to practical, everyday Toyotas and Hondas. The app also has an interface that looks very much like Airbnb, meaning that users of that service will feel right at home.

Turo is also set up to allow rentals for terms longer than by the hour or by the day. Car owners can even offer discounts for longer rental terms, which benefits everyone involved. On the other hand, the platform does not allow hourly rentals, meaning that it isn’t a good option if you just need to use a car for a couple of hours to move a piece of furniture.

The idea behind this car rental company is simple—especially if you’re familiar with online dating. It’s like Tinder, but for individuals looking for a different kind of ride. Start by entering your location, then peep a lengthy and attractive list of cars (hey, if that’s what you’re into) from brands like Toyota and Lexus to a killer Volkswagen convertible. The cars listed are owned and operated by generous locals looking to make an extra buck, but it’s a pretty decent deal. (Not to mention, you avoid rental counters and all those tedious formalities.) Some of the owners are willing to deliver the car to your ideal location without any additional costs, and certain cars can be borrowed for as little as $25/day.

2. Getaround (


Available in over 300 cities around the world (Boston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Jersey, Portland, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., etc.)

Price starting at $6/hour.

Rental Period - Hourly or Daily

Mileage Limit - 20/rental hour, 200/day max

Minimum Renter Age - 19

Insurance - Liability and collision included in the rental cost. $1,000 deductible

Membership Fee - None

Vehicle Pickup - Renter travels to car

Vehicle Drop-off - Renter returns the car to pick up location

Fuel Expenses - Fuel costs not included. Renter returns fuel to the original level.

Late Fee - $50/hour


Getaround — another popular peer-to-peer car-sharing service that ACRA accuses of skirting the law — is the most well-known start-ups in the peer-to-peer market. Whereas rental car prices differ according to demand and location, companies such as Turo allow members to determine the price of rentals.

The average owner, they said, makes about $500 a month through the service.

All rentals with the company include insurance and roadside assistance. All you have to do to sign up is enter your driver’s license and credit card information.

Getaround is notable for its focus on convenience. They install smart technology in all vehicles on their platform that allows you to unlock the car with your phone. This saves the car owner the trouble of having to be present when the renter picks up the car.

3. Maven ( )


Available in Australia, Canada, US.

Price starting 8$/hour+tax.

This app has a smaller availability than the other two we’ve discussed so far. 

Maven is notable for its focus on sustainability and reducing environmental impact. It offers a wide range of electric and hybrid vehicles for rent, with a particularly large selection of Chevy vehicles. Indeed, GM is the parent company for Maven, and all vehicles in use for the service are made by the company. This limits the number of people who can list their cars on the service since all models must be made by GM.