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posted on September 12th, 2018

We’re giving away travel credit!

Everyone should have the chance to drive their dream car. Enthusiasts in the know know that Turo is like having a dream garage of thousands of cars at your fingertips, so take note that we’ve recently launched a Instagram contest to give you the chance to pick out and drive your dream car! The prize: $500 in Turo travel credit.

For the monthly Turo Dream Car Contest (that’s right — it runs every month!), we’re partnering with Classic Car Chasers, an Instagram account that has become somewhat of a fixture among enthusiasts online by sharing exquisite, collectible classics for sale at auction or by seller.

Once a month they’ll share photos of a classic available on Turo for the contest and give you the opportunity to win that $500! Each edition of the contest will run for one day only — the winner will be chosen and announced by 5pm Pacific time. And entering is very, very simple.

How to enter:

  1. Follow both Turo and Classic Car Chasers on Instagram.
  2. Comment on Classic Car Chasers’ posts during the day of the contest, answering the question they pose in that morning’s post.

That’s all you have to do. Classic Car Chasers will then choose a winning commenter based on how much they like their answer, and tag the winner in the day’s final post. So while there are only the two steps to qualify, a creative and complete comment will give you the best shot at winning.

The first edition of the contest was a big success — we shared an absolutely beautiful 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL to get your mind juices flowing and got lots of great responses in the comment section. Who doesn’t like to indulge in a bit of daydreaming now and again?

We’ll run this month’s Turo Dream Car Contest on September 19, so hop on Instagram then and leave a comment on the Classic Car Chasers page for a chance to win that $500!


See official contest rules.

Steven is an avid car guy and content specialist at Turo. Between Golden State Warriors games he can be found getting lost somewhere in California.