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Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

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Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

The car

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Jason
Jason
Joined Apr 2021

Description

Took delivery of the car in Sep 2019 and I rarely drove even before Covid. Now I'm just sitting in my bunker every day, so this is a great chance for you to take it for a spin! Or even better, spins! At least it's not just sitting there collecting dust. Feels very new, well-taken care of, in the sorta condition that you'd expect from a car that's just not driven frequently.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Sunroof

USB charger

USB input

Parking details

Just park on the driveway!

Guidelines

* Pets welcome, but please return the car clean! * No smoking, please!

Faqs

  • How far does the battery go?

    This is a standard plus model, so a full battery goes for 220mi maximum. Realistically though, you don't want to dip below 10% unless you like to live dangerously, and also you won't be constantly driving at optimal output. So expect to get 150mi-170mi from a single charge.

  • How much charge do you have in the car at delivery?

    I'll try my best to maintain the car charge at or above 80%, which is the recommended level by Tesla, at the time of delivery. The earlier you book, the more likely I'll have the chance to do this.

  • How long does charging take?

    There are three levels of charging speed. The fastest is Tesla's own supercharger network. There is one (Fremont Tesla Factor, pretty cool! You should pay a visit.) nearby and it takes around 30 minutes to get a full charge. If you're doing a road trip, these are your best friend. The second type is those chargers that you see here and there. ChargePoint, EVGo, etc. These charge a bit slower and takes around 4-5 hours to get a full charge. This type of charger is usually best for going to work. Leave the car there to be charged. I have an adapter in the glove compartment so don't worry about that if you need it. The last one, and I would not recommend at all, is the typical 120v outlet you find on walls. It'll take you 20+ hours to charge up to full. Just don't even try.

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The car

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Jason
Jason
Joined Apr 2021

Description

Took delivery of the car in Sep 2019 and I rarely drove even before Covid. Now I'm just sitting in my bunker every day, so this is a great chance for you to take it for a spin! Or even better, spins! At least it's not just sitting there collecting dust. Feels very new, well-taken care of, in the sorta condition that you'd expect from a car that's just not driven frequently.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Sunroof

USB charger

USB input

Parking details

Just park on the driveway!

Guidelines

* Pets welcome, but please return the car clean! * No smoking, please!

Faqs

  • How far does the battery go?

    This is a standard plus model, so a full battery goes for 220mi maximum. Realistically though, you don't want to dip below 10% unless you like to live dangerously, and also you won't be constantly driving at optimal output. So expect to get 150mi-170mi from a single charge.

  • How much charge do you have in the car at delivery?

    I'll try my best to maintain the car charge at or above 80%, which is the recommended level by Tesla, at the time of delivery. The earlier you book, the more likely I'll have the chance to do this.

  • How long does charging take?

    There are three levels of charging speed. The fastest is Tesla's own supercharger network. There is one (Fremont Tesla Factor, pretty cool! You should pay a visit.) nearby and it takes around 30 minutes to get a full charge. If you're doing a road trip, these are your best friend. The second type is those chargers that you see here and there. ChargePoint, EVGo, etc. These charge a bit slower and takes around 4-5 hours to get a full charge. This type of charger is usually best for going to work. Leave the car there to be charged. I have an adapter in the glove compartment so don't worry about that if you need it. The last one, and I would not recommend at all, is the typical 120v outlet you find on walls. It'll take you 20+ hours to charge up to full. Just don't even try.

Ratings and reviews

Book this car and be the first to review it.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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