A Turo spokesperson said that people should reach out to the company if "a host is not being a good neighbor." - Photo via Magnus Bråth/Flickr.

A Turo spokesperson said that people should reach out to the company if "a host is not being a good neighbor."

Photo via Magnus Bråth/Flickr.

Complaints from Hawai'i residents about peer-to-peer (p2p) carsharing vehicles in their neighborhoods has caught the attention ovf the Department of Taxation, Hawai'i Public Radio reports.

At a recent Wai'alae-Kahala neighborhood board meeting, locals brought up the concern that p2p carsharing vehicles are turning the streets in rental car parking lots. As the complaints have made their way up the chain of local government, the Department of Taxation photographed many vehicles in the neighborhood that are offered on p2p carsharing app Turo. 

A Turo spokesperson said that people should reach out to the company if "a host is not being a good neighbor."

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