I have been supplementing my driving and downtime with Uber and Lyft by renting out my cars on Turo. It’s been fairly lucrative. Most rentals start and end at DIA, curbside. I have anticipated Turo becoming persona non grata at the airport. Especially after the recent press about SFO suing Turo over rentals that occur at their airport. Well today was the day. I was informed that I could be ticketed $25.00 if I was caught doing Turo at DIA. I had a long conversation with the guy, he was actually very cool about it. He said they are on the hunt for Turo hosts effective immediately. He also stated that the Turo guys that stash their rentals in Pikes Peak and other parking areas are on the radar as well. The way it sounds, the guys that do non face to face deliveries by leaving cars on airport property with lock boxes on them, is what got the attention of security. This sucks due to the fact that I have 6 or 7 bookings at DIA between now and the end of April. They took pictures of my car and the plate is on file now. I have two other cars that I book out on Turo so I am anticipating similar greetings in the coming week. The guy spoke somewhat extensively about the DIA database on TNC scofflaws. He talked about several guys that have backpacks full of cellphones that ride the que for other drivers. He talked about limo drivers that do Uber and how they game the system. He noted that DIA has a database of roughly 250 license plates of naughty TNC drivers. He actually used an exact number which led me to believe he knew what he was talking about. Back to Turo, in closing. I hope Turo gets some sort of permit for DIA. I am going to up my delivery fee. I am sure I am on the well known list now. I am also at DIA 4 to 6 times a week doing pickups and deliveries. I won’t be surprised if I get ticketed in the coming week.