When a Borrower uses your car, you receive

  • 50% of the first $240 of time-based income your car earns each month, and 75% of the time-based income after that. 'Time-based' income means the amount your car earns per hour or day. You can set your own hourly and daily rates. 
  • 25 cents per kilometre that the Borrower drives. Car Next Door gets 8 cents per kilometre. A GPS unit in the car records the number of kilometres travelled by Borrowers.




See also: Why does Car Next Door take a share of my income?

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