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Turo API Fleets Scraper

Download Data to Excel & CSV Files

Steve Spagnola
Written by Steve Spagnola
Last updated May 10, 2024

Analyze Any Turo Fleet

If you’re a Turo host (or thinking about becoming one), you probably want to understand how much you can earn based on the types of cars you list. A good way to help determine these earning estimates is through market data, specifically by analyzing what already established Turo hosts are listing on the platform.

Download Any Host's Turo Fleet

We’ll show you how to scrape the complete Turo fleet for any Turo host in any market using our no-code platform. This can help you see what already successful hosts are doing or keep an eye on competitors who list similar cars as you do.

1. Find a Turo Host

To find a Turo host to scrape the fleet of, simply browse the Turo Website until you find a car listing you’re interested in. You can then access the host’s profile by clicking on their profile photo as shown in the screenshot below.

Click the Host's Profile Photo

On the host’s page, look for the button labeled “View all vehicles” under their list of cars to see that host’s entire fleet.

Click View All Vehicles

When you click on the link, you’ll land on a URL with this format: https://turo.com/us/en/drivers/HOST_ID/vehicles showing all of the host’s vehicles. You can substitute HOST_ID with any Turo Host ID you find through our Turo Market Data Scraper if you have a large list you want to scrape.

2. Browse Fleet Vehicles

Once you’re on the web page showing all of the Turo host’s vehicles, you’re ready to begin scraping. To legally do this without violating the Turo Terms of Service, we can simply record our web traffic to intercept the data the Turo API sends to our browser.

Open Developer Tools & Scroll Through Cars

Simply right click on the page and hit “Inspect” to open developer tools, which will begin recording your web traffic. Now refresh the page to force the Turo API to resend its data to your browser while you’re recording and scroll down through all of the vehicles.

3. Export a HAR File

When you’ve scrolled through all the cars, go to the “Network” tab under developer tools and click the down arrow labeled “Export HAR…” to download a HAR file containing all of the API data with the vehicle data in it.

Click Parse Group

Upload that HAR file to the HAR File Web Scraper and look for the group beginning with /api/drivers/ and ending in /vehicles, which will contain the combined network data for all of the cars. Click “Parse Group” to get the data out in CSV format.

4. Download Fleet Data

When the parse completes, look for the collection labeled list where you can download all of the combined car fleet data as shown below.

Download Scraped Fleet Data

Below are some interesting columns you may find for your analysis and help you determine the lifetime & monthly earnings for each vehicle within a Turo host’s fleet.

  • Number of Trips Taken
  • Average Daily Price
  • Listing Creation Timestamp
  • Vehicle Make
  • Vehicle Model
  • Vehicle Type (e.g. Car, SUV, etc…)
  • Vehicle Year
  • Vehicle Image URL
  • Vehicle ID
  • Number of Reviews
  • Average Rating
  • Location of Listing (City, State, Country, Coordinates)
  • Owner Turo ID & Name

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