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Jeff’s

Tesla Model 3 2018

Standard

5.0

(75 trips)

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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 2018

Standard

5.0

(75 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Jeff
5.0
Jeff

All-Star Host

434 tripsJoined Dec 2015

Typically responds in 58 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Jeff are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jeff has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

FREE Pickup/Dropoff. One free supercharger visit! ***PLEASE read all below before booking!*** **To address Coronavirus concerns, I am open to make any arrangements you feel are necessary. The car's interior will be thoroughly cleaned before your rental.** Model 3 long-range Tesla. Beautiful blue. Premium connectivity. Travel in style, with zero emissions. I’m one of only a few Portland Tesla owners who will pick you up at the airport (or anywhere else) and show you the details of the car in person, and save you Uber/Taxi fees. This will give you the best Tesla experience, knowing how to operate the car and all of its features from the moment you drive away. (You can also opt to pickup the car at my house in North Portland, easily accessed from airport or downtown) FREE delivery includes a drive back to my house in North Portland, where I'll handoff the car. There is a 15-mile delivery limit from my house. Higher distances will be charged at $1 per mile from my house. NO DELIVERY after 10:30pm, so please no flights arriving after 10:20pm. If you have a late flight, I can arrange for late-night pickup, or deliver the car to a Portland location in the morning. If you have a late flight, feel free to book anyway and let me know so we can agree on a plan that will work! Delivery to your destination WITHOUT the drive back to my house will incur a $20-$40 destination fee (depending on distance -- this covers my Uber ride home). Same rate again if you do not wish to return to my house at end of the rental. (This fee covers my Uber/Lyft cost) For trips 2 days or longer, I will cover one supercharger visit (your most expensive visit), and charging beyond that is cheaper than gas. Autopilot (self steering), 280-mile range when 90% charged, Bluetooth, streaming radio/internet/navigation, AM/FM, phone chargers, heated seats, roomy trunk in back and small one in front. These are a couple websites to plan your charging: https://www.tesla.com/trips https://www.plugshare.com/ To review how the Model 3 works, you can watch this video in advance. https://www.tesla.com/support/Model-3-videos# We also have an AirBnB, which means I would drive you from the airport to your accommodation, and also plug in the car at our house during your stay! Check it out at: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15910855?s=51 NOTE: Charging past 90% accelerates the degradation of the battery - The car is set to stop at a 90% charge. Do not adjust the settings above 90%. If that is done, there will be a $50 fee applied. This is tracked by my Tesla app. If you wish to start your trip with 100% charge (310 range), it can be arranged for a fee. Please inquire. NOTE: The car has GPS and I can track its location at any time. I do not monitor your trip, however. The feature will be used should any issues arise or to coordinate your return. NOTE: 2-day minimum for bookings that start more than 1 week from today. 3-day minimum for rentals starting more than 21 days from today. *NOTE: Your most expensive supercharge is free for trips 2 days or longer. Supercharger fees for one-day trips, or for 2nd and higher visits for 2-day-or-longer trips, will be billed back to you after the trip. The Supercharger rate is $0.28-0.32 per kWh, and you get about 4.1 miles per kWH, or about 6.9 cents per mile. (A gas car with 35 mpg and gas at 3.50 would cost .10 per mile). *NOTE: There is a charging cable in the rear trunk, and you may also plug in to standard, home 110v outlet, but you will only gain 4 miles of charge per hour. There are also two adapters for higher voltage/amp household plugs, like the ones used for most dryers. If you can get the car close enough to one of these plugs, you can charge at about 20-22 miles of charge per hour.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

USB charger

USB input

Streaming music service

Internet access

Home charging cable

Auto-Pilot (self steering & cruise)

Collision avoidance

Self parking

Extras (3)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Cooler

Either a blue medium size cooler with wheels or a smaller red cooler.

$10/trip2 available

Post-trip cleaning

I do not require car to be returned as clean as it was at the start of your rental, but I will charge up to $20 for excessive outside dirt and up to $50 for inside messes. This Extra may NOT cover spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$20/trip

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time & make dropoff a breeze; you can return my car without fully recharging. Depletion limits still apply: more than once under 20% (60 mi); $15 each time ; any time below 7% (22 mi); $25. Battery depletion: $100 plus any towing or repair.

$25/trip

Guidelines

1. No smoking or vaping. You will be charged a $50 minimum fee if smoking is evident. 2. No pets allowed. A $25 cleaning fee will be incurred if evidence of pets in present. 3. Cleaning: I do not charge for post-trip cleaning for dirtiness on outside of car. Do NOT take my car through a car wash. Hand wash only, but not necessary. A cleaning fee will apply if the INSIDE of the car is exceptionally messy, such as mud, food, or evidence of pets. 4. Charging past 90% accelerates the degradation of the battery - The car is set to stop at a 90% charge. Do not adjust the settings above 90%. If that is done, there will be a $50 fee applied. This is tracked by my Tesla app. 5. DEPLETION LIMITS: Allowing the charge to go below 20%, or 60 miles, is also bad for the battery. This is permitted once during your rental, but if you do it more than once a $25 fee will be levied for the second time, and each time beyond that. Going below 7%, or below 22 miles of range, will result in the $25 fee, even the first time. 6. IF YOU DRAIN THE BATTERY COMPLETELY THERE WILL BE A $100 FEE, in addition to any towing or service charges incurred. 7. You can avoid the time and distance to charge the car by buying the Prepaid EV charge for $25 on your reservation. Otherwise, if the car is returned with 10% less charge than when your trip started, you will be charged 0.25 per mile below the check-out mileage. For example, if the car was at 280 miles at start of the trip, and you return it with 250 miles, you would be charged $7.50 (0.25 x 30).

Faqs

  • How do I charge the car?

    1. You can charge the car at Tesla superchargers (fastest, about 45 minutes from 20% full), third-party Level 2 charges (medium, about 8 hours), from standard home 110v outlet (about 2.5 days), or a 220v home outlet with correct plug configuration (like used for many dryers)(about 8 hours). 2. The charging port is at the rear of the car on the driver's side, under the black panel that holds the red reflector. Press the bottom of this panel lightly and it will pop open. Back into the supercharger space and plug in the cable. It will know my car automatically, begin charging, and I will be billed later. Do NOT close the port manually. It will close on its own. 3. When you take the Tesla, it will be charged to a maximum of 90% (this helps preserve battery life), or a range of up to 286 miles. It should be returned with close to the same level. The nearest Tesla Superchargers are in Vancouver, WA (north of my house) and Tigard, OR (south of my house). These are the only two Superchargers in the area and they are NOT convenient to central Portland. Be sure to include time for changing into your plan. You can use https://www.tesla.com/trips to map your trip. 4. PENALTY FEE: You can avoid the charge time AND fees by buying the Prepaid EV charge for $25 on your reservation. Otherwise, if the car is returned with 10% less charge than when your trip started, you will be charged 0.25 per mile below the check-out mileage. For example, if the car was at 280 miles at start of the trip, and you return it with 250 miles, you would be charged $7.50 (0.25 x 30). 5. Please do not go below 20% charge (or 60 miles of range remaining), as this also can be tough on the battery. If it can’t be avoided, this is permissible once during your trip, but you will be charged a $25 fee for each time it happens beyond that, or for ANY time it gets below 7%. 6. Two-day (or higher) rentals include one free supercharger session (your most expensive visit). I will be billing you back for additional supercharging after the trip (or for any on 1-day trips). You can also use third-party chargers such as ChargePoint by setting up your own account. 7. There is a charging cable in the rear trunk, and you may also plug in to standard, home 110v outlet, but you will only gain 4 miles of charge per hour. This is good for keeping the charge topped off overnight. There are also two adapters for higher voltage/amp household plugs, like the ones used for most dryers. If you can get the car close enough to one of these plugs, you can charge at about 20-22 miles of charge per hour. 8. Superchargers will incur extra costs if left plugged into the car after charging is complete. You will be responsible for any of these charges. 9. You can also buy the “Extra” of prepaid charge for $25, meaning you won’t need to bring the car back fully charged (but above 40 miles of range remaining).

  • What else should I know about supercharging?

    SUPERCHARGER tips Here are three points that will improve your Supercharger experience: 1. CHOOSE the correct stall: Tesla superchargers have two stalls per charger. If cars are connected to both stalls of a charger, the charge is much slower. So try to choose a stall that is not connected to another car already parked and charging. Stalls are numbered 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, etc. Both #1’s are connected, so if someone is already at 1A, don’t use 1B. Of course, if it’s crowded, you may have no choice. 2. WARM UP the battery: Always set the destination on the screen to the Supercharger. The car will then “Precondition” the battery for supercharging. In addition, it is best (but not required) to charge after the car has been driving for at least half an hour. The preconditioning and driving will warm up the battery and make charging go faster. 3. DO NOT get LOW: as explained elsewhere, going below 20% charge is discouraged. But it also will make supercharging slower. Try to arrive at the chargers with at least 20% (or 60 miles left of range). The Vancouver Supercharger is in a Fred Meyer parking lot and easy to find via navigation. The Tigard SC is in a parking garage on the south end of the Washington Square Mall at the border of Tigard/Beaverton, and more difficult to find. It’s on the LOWER level of the parking garage outside Macy’s. The top lot has Tesla branded chargers, but they are slower destination chargers; superchargers are on the level below. A Supercharger should give you between 100 and 500 miles of charge per hour. Anything slower is not a Supercharger. 

There are also superchargers in Woodburn (30 miles south of Portland on I-5), and Sandy (28 miles east of Portland on Hwy 26 toward Mt. Hood).

 Also in Oregon: Seaside, Lincoln City, Detroit Lakes, Eugene, Bandon, and Bend. In Washington: Chehalis, Downtown Seattle, Auburn, and Aberdeen.

Reviews

5.0

70 reviews

Angelica R.

Angelica R.Sep 14, 2020

Jeff was extremely welcoming and made sure to explain all the features and benefits of his Tesla prior to my departure. Throughout the entire process, he was very communicative and made instructions of the rental very clear and concise. Would absolutely rent from Jeff in the near future. Thank you!

Frank R.

Frank R.Sep 8, 2020

Jeff was great! He showed us all of the car controls and made sure we knew the basic functions of the car. He even picked us up and dropped us off at our hotel after returning the car. Would definitely recommend to everyone!

Leon Z.

Leon Z.Aug 26, 2020

Great experience. As a first time EV rental, everything about the vehicle was explained concisely and the car was clean upon arrival.

Jacob M.

Jacob M.Aug 24, 2020

Had a great experience, would definitely rent from again.

Brandon L.

Brandon L.Aug 21, 2020

Jeff it was a pleasure renting your Tesla. Very accommodating even after my delayed flight which he didn’t have to help at all. Would gladly rent again.

vehicle

1 of 10

The car

Tesla Model 3 2018

Standard

5.0

(75 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Jeff
5.0
Jeff

All-Star Host

434 tripsJoined Dec 2015

Typically responds in 58 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Jeff are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jeff has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

FREE Pickup/Dropoff. One free supercharger visit! ***PLEASE read all below before booking!*** **To address Coronavirus concerns, I am open to make any arrangements you feel are necessary. The car's interior will be thoroughly cleaned before your rental.** Model 3 long-range Tesla. Beautiful blue. Premium connectivity. Travel in style, with zero emissions. I’m one of only a few Portland Tesla owners who will pick you up at the airport (or anywhere else) and show you the details of the car in person, and save you Uber/Taxi fees. This will give you the best Tesla experience, knowing how to operate the car and all of its features from the moment you drive away. (You can also opt to pickup the car at my house in North Portland, easily accessed from airport or downtown) FREE delivery includes a drive back to my house in North Portland, where I'll handoff the car. There is a 15-mile delivery limit from my house. Higher distances will be charged at $1 per mile from my house. NO DELIVERY after 10:30pm, so please no flights arriving after 10:20pm. If you have a late flight, I can arrange for late-night pickup, or deliver the car to a Portland location in the morning. If you have a late flight, feel free to book anyway and let me know so we can agree on a plan that will work! Delivery to your destination WITHOUT the drive back to my house will incur a $20-$40 destination fee (depending on distance -- this covers my Uber ride home). Same rate again if you do not wish to return to my house at end of the rental. (This fee covers my Uber/Lyft cost) For trips 2 days or longer, I will cover one supercharger visit (your most expensive visit), and charging beyond that is cheaper than gas. Autopilot (self steering), 280-mile range when 90% charged, Bluetooth, streaming radio/internet/navigation, AM/FM, phone chargers, heated seats, roomy trunk in back and small one in front. These are a couple websites to plan your charging: https://www.tesla.com/trips https://www.plugshare.com/ To review how the Model 3 works, you can watch this video in advance. https://www.tesla.com/support/Model-3-videos# We also have an AirBnB, which means I would drive you from the airport to your accommodation, and also plug in the car at our house during your stay! Check it out at: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15910855?s=51 NOTE: Charging past 90% accelerates the degradation of the battery - The car is set to stop at a 90% charge. Do not adjust the settings above 90%. If that is done, there will be a $50 fee applied. This is tracked by my Tesla app. If you wish to start your trip with 100% charge (310 range), it can be arranged for a fee. Please inquire. NOTE: The car has GPS and I can track its location at any time. I do not monitor your trip, however. The feature will be used should any issues arise or to coordinate your return. NOTE: 2-day minimum for bookings that start more than 1 week from today. 3-day minimum for rentals starting more than 21 days from today. *NOTE: Your most expensive supercharge is free for trips 2 days or longer. Supercharger fees for one-day trips, or for 2nd and higher visits for 2-day-or-longer trips, will be billed back to you after the trip. The Supercharger rate is $0.28-0.32 per kWh, and you get about 4.1 miles per kWH, or about 6.9 cents per mile. (A gas car with 35 mpg and gas at 3.50 would cost .10 per mile). *NOTE: There is a charging cable in the rear trunk, and you may also plug in to standard, home 110v outlet, but you will only gain 4 miles of charge per hour. There are also two adapters for higher voltage/amp household plugs, like the ones used for most dryers. If you can get the car close enough to one of these plugs, you can charge at about 20-22 miles of charge per hour.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

USB charger

USB input

Streaming music service

Internet access

Home charging cable

Auto-Pilot (self steering & cruise)

Collision avoidance

Self parking

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Cooler

Either a blue medium size cooler with wheels or a smaller red cooler.

$10/trip2 available

Post-trip cleaning

I do not require car to be returned as clean as it was at the start of your rental, but I will charge up to $20 for excessive outside dirt and up to $50 for inside messes. This Extra may NOT cover spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$20/trip

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time & make dropoff a breeze; you can return my car without fully recharging. Depletion limits still apply: more than once under 20% (60 mi); $15 each time ; any time below 7% (22 mi); $25. Battery depletion: $100 plus any towing or repair.

$25/trip

Guidelines

1. No smoking or vaping. You will be charged a $50 minimum fee if smoking is evident. 2. No pets allowed. A $25 cleaning fee will be incurred if evidence of pets in present. 3. Cleaning: I do not charge for post-trip cleaning for dirtiness on outside of car. Do NOT take my car through a car wash. Hand wash only, but not necessary. A cleaning fee will apply if the INSIDE of the car is exceptionally messy, such as mud, food, or evidence of pets. 4. Charging past 90% accelerates the degradation of the battery - The car is set to stop at a 90% charge. Do not adjust the settings above 90%. If that is done, there will be a $50 fee applied. This is tracked by my Tesla app. 5. DEPLETION LIMITS: Allowing the charge to go below 20%, or 60 miles, is also bad for the battery. This is permitted once during your rental, but if you do it more than once a $25 fee will be levied for the second time, and each time beyond that. Going below 7%, or below 22 miles of range, will result in the $25 fee, even the first time. 6. IF YOU DRAIN THE BATTERY COMPLETELY THERE WILL BE A $100 FEE, in addition to any towing or service charges incurred. 7. You can avoid the time and distance to charge the car by buying the Prepaid EV charge for $25 on your reservation. Otherwise, if the car is returned with 10% less charge than when your trip started, you will be charged 0.25 per mile below the check-out mileage. For example, if the car was at 280 miles at start of the trip, and you return it with 250 miles, you would be charged $7.50 (0.25 x 30).

Faqs

  • How do I charge the car?

    1. You can charge the car at Tesla superchargers (fastest, about 45 minutes from 20% full), third-party Level 2 charges (medium, about 8 hours), from standard home 110v outlet (about 2.5 days), or a 220v home outlet with correct plug configuration (like used for many dryers)(about 8 hours). 2. The charging port is at the rear of the car on the driver's side, under the black panel that holds the red reflector. Press the bottom of this panel lightly and it will pop open. Back into the supercharger space and plug in the cable. It will know my car automatically, begin charging, and I will be billed later. Do NOT close the port manually. It will close on its own. 3. When you take the Tesla, it will be charged to a maximum of 90% (this helps preserve battery life), or a range of up to 286 miles. It should be returned with close to the same level. The nearest Tesla Superchargers are in Vancouver, WA (north of my house) and Tigard, OR (south of my house). These are the only two Superchargers in the area and they are NOT convenient to central Portland. Be sure to include time for changing into your plan. You can use https://www.tesla.com/trips to map your trip. 4. PENALTY FEE: You can avoid the charge time AND fees by buying the Prepaid EV charge for $25 on your reservation. Otherwise, if the car is returned with 10% less charge than when your trip started, you will be charged 0.25 per mile below the check-out mileage. For example, if the car was at 280 miles at start of the trip, and you return it with 250 miles, you would be charged $7.50 (0.25 x 30). 5. Please do not go below 20% charge (or 60 miles of range remaining), as this also can be tough on the battery. If it can’t be avoided, this is permissible once during your trip, but you will be charged a $25 fee for each time it happens beyond that, or for ANY time it gets below 7%. 6. Two-day (or higher) rentals include one free supercharger session (your most expensive visit). I will be billing you back for additional supercharging after the trip (or for any on 1-day trips). You can also use third-party chargers such as ChargePoint by setting up your own account. 7. There is a charging cable in the rear trunk, and you may also plug in to standard, home 110v outlet, but you will only gain 4 miles of charge per hour. This is good for keeping the charge topped off overnight. There are also two adapters for higher voltage/amp household plugs, like the ones used for most dryers. If you can get the car close enough to one of these plugs, you can charge at about 20-22 miles of charge per hour. 8. Superchargers will incur extra costs if left plugged into the car after charging is complete. You will be responsible for any of these charges. 9. You can also buy the “Extra” of prepaid charge for $25, meaning you won’t need to bring the car back fully charged (but above 40 miles of range remaining).

  • What else should I know about supercharging?

    SUPERCHARGER tips Here are three points that will improve your Supercharger experience: 1. CHOOSE the correct stall: Tesla superchargers have two stalls per charger. If cars are connected to both stalls of a charger, the charge is much slower. So try to choose a stall that is not connected to another car already parked and charging. Stalls are numbered 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, etc. Both #1’s are connected, so if someone is already at 1A, don’t use 1B. Of course, if it’s crowded, you may have no choice. 2. WARM UP the battery: Always set the destination on the screen to the Supercharger. The car will then “Precondition” the battery for supercharging. In addition, it is best (but not required) to charge after the car has been driving for at least half an hour. The preconditioning and driving will warm up the battery and make charging go faster. 3. DO NOT get LOW: as explained elsewhere, going below 20% charge is discouraged. But it also will make supercharging slower. Try to arrive at the chargers with at least 20% (or 60 miles left of range). The Vancouver Supercharger is in a Fred Meyer parking lot and easy to find via navigation. The Tigard SC is in a parking garage on the south end of the Washington Square Mall at the border of Tigard/Beaverton, and more difficult to find. It’s on the LOWER level of the parking garage outside Macy’s. The top lot has Tesla branded chargers, but they are slower destination chargers; superchargers are on the level below. A Supercharger should give you between 100 and 500 miles of charge per hour. Anything slower is not a Supercharger. 

There are also superchargers in Woodburn (30 miles south of Portland on I-5), and Sandy (28 miles east of Portland on Hwy 26 toward Mt. Hood).

 Also in Oregon: Seaside, Lincoln City, Detroit Lakes, Eugene, Bandon, and Bend. In Washington: Chehalis, Downtown Seattle, Auburn, and Aberdeen.

Reviews

5.0

70 reviews

Angelica R.

Angelica R.Sep 14, 2020

Jeff was extremely welcoming and made sure to explain all the features and benefits of his Tesla prior to my departure. Throughout the entire process, he was very communicative and made instructions of the rental very clear and concise. Would absolutely rent from Jeff in the near future. Thank you!

Frank R.

Frank R.Sep 8, 2020

Jeff was great! He showed us all of the car controls and made sure we knew the basic functions of the car. He even picked us up and dropped us off at our hotel after returning the car. Would definitely recommend to everyone!

Leon Z.

Leon Z.Aug 26, 2020

Great experience. As a first time EV rental, everything about the vehicle was explained concisely and the car was clean upon arrival.

Jacob M.

Jacob M.Aug 24, 2020

Had a great experience, would definitely rent from again.

Brandon L.

Brandon L.Aug 21, 2020

Jeff it was a pleasure renting your Tesla. Very accommodating even after my delayed flight which he didn’t have to help at all. Would gladly rent again.

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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