Short answer:

To make the most of times when cars are in highest demand, you can charge more for your car at peak times by setting peak rates. You can also attract longer bookings by offering discounts. To set your car’s rates and discounts, go to the rates page in your car’s profile.

Peak rates and days

Your car has base rates and peak rates. Borrowers will be charged peak rates for any days you set as peak days, and base rates for all other days.

You can select the days of the week you want to charge your peak rates. We recommend selecting Saturday and Sunday, but there may be other days of the week you’d like your peak rates to apply.

You can also select to charge peak rates for holiday periods. Holiday periods are days set by us, based on long weekends and peak booking periods.

If you only want peak rates for holiday periods, enable and set your peak rates, deselect all of the days of the week, and select 'apply to holiday periods'.

Use our recommended rates for peak times

Check out your car’s rates page to see what we recommend for your car’s peak rates. 

Multi-day discounts

To encourage longer bookings, offer a discount for bookings lasting 3 days or more, or 12 days or more. The discount will be applied to the total time charge the borrower pays.

A multi-day booking will generally be more valuable than a couple of shorter bookings in the same period, and usually require less effort to service as only one borrower is using the car.

Multi-day discounts are designed to make multi-day bookings more attractive without reducing your earnings too much. You can experiment with your discount to find the right balance for your car.

Setting both peak rates and multi-day discounts

Both peak rates and multi-day discounts can be applied at the same time. The full cost of the time for a booking is calculated first (including any peak days or hours) and then the multi-day discount is applied to the total.

Peak rates and multi-day discounts only apply to your car’s time rates.

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