$120 Bonus Income When You Rent Out Your Hyundai Car @ Car Next Door


Special offer for Hyundai Owners joining Car Next Door.

Get $120 Bonus Income when you rent out your car.

Car Next Door has partnered with Hyundai to offer you an exclusive discount on listing your car on car-sharing platform, Car Next Door. Share your car when you aren’t using it and offset the cost of ownership.

You create your car's online profile, if your car is eligible we install it with our car sharing technology which means you don't need to meet the borrower to hand over the keys, we handle the bookings and the billing. Let your car work for you.

If you own a Hyundai that's newer than 2003 and has less than 200,000km within one of our target postcodes you can get $120 bonus income when listing your car on the Car Next Door car-sharing platform.

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Referrer gets $15. Referee gets $15 off for borrowing a car, or $15 credit for renting out a car.

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    Wish I had a Hyundai but interesting concept.

  • +1 vote

    What happens when a renter crashes your car?

    • +8 votes

      Think that's when you need the car next door


      According to the FAQ:

      Who pays if my car gets damaged?
      Your car has comprehensive insurance for you and Borrowers. If a Borrower is responsible for the car when damage occurs, they will pay their damage cover >liability (DCL) and our insurance will cover the rest. You can also nominate up to 5 additional drivers for friends and family.

      I wonder though, do small scratches here and there get covered? If not, over time this could add up and by then what happens?

  • +7 votes

    Most likely, it will void your insurance…

    Also, if this is income, it will be taxable


      Presumably that is why they provide insurance as part of the agreement.
      How good this is is another matter….

  • +4 votes

    I would be constantly worrying if something happened to the car…

  • -2 votes

    Sweet I don't need to use my rubber for Friday night burnouts… oh hang on its a Hyundai :/


    Wonder if you can make a buck from this buying a used car and renting it out?

  • +5 votes

    I recently just bought a new 2018 Hyundai i30 SR hrmm… yeah nah

    • +2 votes

      Same here lol. Love my SR too much to leave it in the hands of strangers

    • +1 vote

      Lol. No one touches the steering wheel of my i30N other than me.


      Clearly the sweet spot for this is a 2003 to 2008 Hyundai with say 150,000 km mileage. That way you get some income from it, but your risk is reduced as the vehicle has much lower value due to depreciation. Doesn't seem like it makes a lot of sense for newer vehicles, the only real compensation for newer vehicles is that you can charge a slightly higher hourly rate, but that doesn't balance out the extra risk.


    I've got a 2008 Hyundai i30 with 140k on the clock meets the requirements. But I know as soon as I rent it out, someone will burn the clutch out and I'll be up for $800 in repairs.


      and don't forget to read the lengthy list of items NOT COVERED by the insurance provided


        Yup.. All for the great return of. 25cents per km before tax…

        I'll pass.

        • +1 vote

          But but…you also get to pay $60 a month so other people can have the opportunity to rent your car and you get to pay for their fuel as well. How could you pass up on that?


        @hoxygt: I had a read, it didn't sound unreasonable, unless I'm missing something?

    • +1 vote

      No-one will want to rent a manual

      (Not a dig at manuals as I have always had one but the world has changed)


    I wouldn't even consider letting a stranger drive my car for money.

  • +1 vote

    I read thru how it works, so the owner of the vehicle pays for the petrol thru a card which is stored in the dashbox and can be used by the renter of the vehicle to top it up. What's to stop renters from siphoning off petrol into a can while at the servo and scamming the owner of the vehicle?

    • +2 votes

      If that's the case there is no incentive for the renter to go to the cheapest outlet either.

      Which hire car company makes the owner of the car pay for fuel? What a joke this is. I wonder how many idiots actually lease their car to these clowns lol.


    A lot of effort, they need to install additional hardware for this. Maybe worth it if you ae ok with terms