Letting your car rust away in the garage when you're not driving it is like leaving your money unclaimed. If you don't drive very often or are taking an extended trip out of town, then you can rent your car out with the Turo app.
Turo lets you list your car on its online rental marketplace. You determine how much you charge for others to rent your car. If all goes well, you'll receive requests from potential renters. If they accept your terms, then simply hand over your keys.
If you're worried about potential damages, you shouldn't be. Turo insures every car up to $1 million, so you're covered if anything were to happen.
Plus, before someone reserves your car as a rental you can correspond with them, and even meet them if they're local. You can rate renters in the app, so renters who cause problems will get weeded out of the system.
Head over to the Turo website and search for your city to find out how to price your vehicle.