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Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

5.0

(6 voyages)

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Distance incluse
Jour
200 mi
Semaine
1400 mi
Mois
6000 mi

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La voiture

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

5.0

(6 voyages)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Votre hôte

Arminas
5.0
Arminas
6 voyagesMembre depuis : nov. 2018

Répond habituellement en 1 minute

Description

Brand New Tesla Model 3 (~under 5k miles) with premium options! FREE delivery at all of the popular locations in the area with 3 days reservation! The premium wheels and premium interior really make a big difference; I have also fitted the interior with aftermarket vinyl wraps so you don’t have to worry about scratches or dust. This is the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus with 240 miles on a full charge and unbelievable performance with instant torque and a 0-60 time of about 5 seconds. Getting from 40-80 is just as fun in this car as it just gets to whatever speed you want in an instant. Perfect car for Washington as it is the perfect car for the hills and windy roads in this area and there are chargers (many free) all over the place. Plenty of Superchargers in the area as well with more coming soon. If you want to really get the Tesla experience for several days then this is the car for you. I am newish to Turo but I am a veteran of Airbnb, Uber and Lyft and have had a near 5 star rating on all of those platforms so this is not my first rodeo. I will try to make this as good of an experience as possible for every guest and will go out of my way to make sure everything goes smoothly. If you are getting delivery to either airport, I will pick you up right at the terminal so there’s no stress or wait! I currently do not offer one day rentals but am willing to consider it only for pick up and drop off from my location in Woodinville. If you are interested in a one day rental message me and we should be able to figure it out. Just know that there will be a $25 charge on top of the daily fee. Use my referral link to receive 1,000 free Supercharger miles with the purchase and delivery of a new Tesla car, or earn a $250 award after system activation by purchasing or subscribing to solar panels: https://ts.la/arminas65352

Caractéristiques

Disponible aux 21 ans et plus

Transmission automatique

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Toll pass

USB input

Premium Vegan Leather

All glass roof

Autopilot

Safety features

Extras (4)

Ajoutez des Extras à votre voyage à la finalisation de la transaction.

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range. Otherwise you have to return the car with at least 150 miles of range to avoid a fee.

25$US/voyage

Unlimited mileage

Not needing to stress about the odometer is a great luxury. This does not include supercharging or other charging costs.

20$US/jour

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal. No need to wash or clean the car if you think you might be in a hurry!

20$US/voyage

Camp chair

Backpack and camp/concert chair in one! So you can store your food and drinks and have a place to seat. Has straps like a backpack so it’s easy to carry.

7$US/voyage1 disponible(s)

Lignes directrices

Sorry no pets allowed as I am allergic and absolutely no smoking. Any sign of smoking will result in a $250 fine. No need to wash the outside of the car, I will do that myself but if you insist it cannot be at an automatic washing station that has brushes. It has to be either manual or touch less so it’s better to just leave it to me. I am not that anal about the car but just be respectful, it is a brand new car and keeping it in good shape will make it easier for the next person to enjoy the car. Most of all have fun!

FAQ

  • How much does charging the car cost?

    The great thing about the Tesla 3, especially on the west coast is how much money you will save on this trip versus a regular gas car. Even a good miles per gallon car is embarrassingly expensive compared to this car per mile. First off you can find many ChargePoint chargers in this area that are completely free or Tesla destination chargers that are completely free as well. For both of these you can look online or on the apps to see if there is any restriction like you have to pay to park to charge at the location or be a patron etc But the ChargePoint locations at libraries or city halls or parks are usually completely free and you can see if they are available at the time on the app. If you connect to one of the ones that cost money, it will depend on the location but it might cost something like $2/hour. Tesla Supercharges cost $.28 per kilowatt which can be confusing but in layman’s terms it should add about 180 miles for $10. Tesla Superchargers are not the cheapest options as they are about 2 times cheaper than a gas car but they are definitely the fastest and most convenient. If you are on a road trip and need a charge to keep going then a Supercharger is definitely the best option as they are usually located every 50 miles or so on every major highway going in any direction. Bottom line is whatever method you choose, it will be much cheaper than a gas car and there’s enough chargers everywhere that with just a little planning there shouldn’t be any worry about running out of juice.

  • How do I charge the car?

    There are several ways to charge the car but the three most popular are regular outlet charging, ChargePoint or Blink charging stations and Supercharger stations that only Tesla car owners can use. Here is the breakdown for the amount of miles that each method will give you per hour: Regular 12V outlet: 5 miles per hour ChargePoint or similar station: 13-26 miles per hour depending on if another car is sharing the station with you Tesla Destination Charger: 30 miles per hour Tesla Supercharger: 150-500+ miles per hour depending on location and the state of charge of the car at the time At a Supercharger the car charges much faster when it is at lower levels because it needs to protect the battery once it gets to higher levels so the fastest way to road trip is to make more frequent Supercharger stops for shorter durations. However people that are new to EVs and/or people that drive fast on the highway should make sure there is a decent buffer to make it to the next station. For example if it says you will arrive with 5% battery and you know you’re a fast driver, then you should probably wait until it’s at least 15% to be safe. As long as you put your next Supercharger destination in the navigation it will let you know if you need to slow down in order to extend your range and make it to the charger.

  • How does Supercharging work?

    You just pull up (usually back up) to a stall and plug in. No connector or account needed. It is currently by far the fastest way to charge Tesla’s and definitely the most convenient on a road trip. It will automatically charge to my personal account and you will be charged that amount at the end of the trip.

  • How do I get the most range (actual miles per charge) possible?

    This advice goes for Teslas and all electric vehicles: The biggest killers of range are speed, climate control, hills/elevation, wind, and cold/rainy weather. Some of these things you can’t do anything about, some you can. If you limit your climate control usage it really helps a lot. I recommend really heating the cabin while the car is plugged in/charging and then using heated seats to stay warm once you start driving. The heated seats are really good and do not use nearly as much of the battery as constantly heating the whole car does. The way you drive always makes a big difference so accelerating and stopping smoothly will help. The biggest factor on the highway is speed; if you are going over 70 mph then it will hurt your range. The sweet spot is 55-65 for maximum miles on the interstate. If you are doing city driving then you will almost certainly get fantastic range because the battery gets charge back every time you slow down or stop. These tips are only for people that are trying to get very last mile out of the battery. The best and most fun way to enjoy the car is to use it driving around town and not worrying about the battery at all. That way you can use all of the features and feel the performance without stressing about the battery level. That’s why I put the mileage limit at 150 per day and even if it might hurt my rentals, I would still recommend gas cars currently if you are driving hundreds of highway miles per day. It is definitely more than possible in a Tesla and the autopilot makes the highway driving extremely convenient but the extra and much longer stops will add a decent amount of time to your trip.

  • What should I do before my trip to make sure I get the most out of my experience?

    The number one thing that you should plan ahead for with this car or any electric car is charging. In an ideal scenario, you could stay at a hotel that has either Tesla destination chargers (free for visitors) or other chargers included with your visit. This will make the trip seamless as you can drive all day and charge the car at night. If you are staying at an Airbnb, ask if you can charge the car at night using a regular outlet in the garage. The charging isn’t as fast but at least you will be getting free miles (~50-75 per night) while you are sleeping. If either of those isn’t an option, look for chargers in the area in which you are staying and see what the rules are (fees, parking etc) and see if you will feel comfortable using those during times that you are eating or shopping etc If you are going to drive longer distances then make sure to put in some extra time for supercharging stops along the way. If you are trying to get somewhere far as quickly as possible, it is best to stop at every supercharger and charge for about 15 minutes at each one along your route as electric vehicles take much longer to charge from 80% to 100% and are very quick to charge from 0-80% at Supercharge stations. Most supercharger stations are right off of the highway so they will usually be easily accessible. In summary, with a little planning you can easily make sure you are covered with all of your charging needs and you can have an awesome experience will little stress!

  • What else should I know?

    The rims on all Teslas are very susceptible to car rash. Use caution when parking! Curb rash is not going to be covered by insurance and will have to come out of your pocket. Also be aware when parking in general whenever possible to reduce the chance of door dings, scratches etc The car will automatically be in Sentry mode so if anything happens to the car it will be recorded but it is still not always easy to find the 3rd party and get reimbursement from them.

Commentaires

5.0

5 commentaires

Turo12 juin 2020

The host cancelled this trip 9 hours before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Ronald S.

Ronald S.16 mars 2020

Armina’s Tesla was in pristine condition and a thrill to drive. We did a road trip to Portland to see how it handled and were not disappointed. Everything about the trip was great!

Morgan B.

Morgan B.27 déc. 2019

Wonderful car. Easy communication. I easily recommend booking Arminas Tesla.

Arthur J.

Arthur J.16 déc. 2019

Truly a pristine vehicle that was so fun to drive! Armin was really great to work with and willingly answered my endless “Tesla” questions. I’d definitely look him up again for future trips!

vehicle

1 de 8

La voiture

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

5.0

(6 voyages)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Votre hôte

Arminas
5.0
Arminas
6 voyagesMembre depuis : nov. 2018

Répond habituellement en 1 minute

Description

Brand New Tesla Model 3 (~under 5k miles) with premium options! FREE delivery at all of the popular locations in the area with 3 days reservation! The premium wheels and premium interior really make a big difference; I have also fitted the interior with aftermarket vinyl wraps so you don’t have to worry about scratches or dust. This is the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus with 240 miles on a full charge and unbelievable performance with instant torque and a 0-60 time of about 5 seconds. Getting from 40-80 is just as fun in this car as it just gets to whatever speed you want in an instant. Perfect car for Washington as it is the perfect car for the hills and windy roads in this area and there are chargers (many free) all over the place. Plenty of Superchargers in the area as well with more coming soon. If you want to really get the Tesla experience for several days then this is the car for you. I am newish to Turo but I am a veteran of Airbnb, Uber and Lyft and have had a near 5 star rating on all of those platforms so this is not my first rodeo. I will try to make this as good of an experience as possible for every guest and will go out of my way to make sure everything goes smoothly. If you are getting delivery to either airport, I will pick you up right at the terminal so there’s no stress or wait! I currently do not offer one day rentals but am willing to consider it only for pick up and drop off from my location in Woodinville. If you are interested in a one day rental message me and we should be able to figure it out. Just know that there will be a $25 charge on top of the daily fee. Use my referral link to receive 1,000 free Supercharger miles with the purchase and delivery of a new Tesla car, or earn a $250 award after system activation by purchasing or subscribing to solar panels: https://ts.la/arminas65352

Caractéristiques

Disponible aux 21 ans et plus

Transmission automatique

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Toll pass

USB input

Premium Vegan Leather

All glass roof

Autopilot

Safety features

Extras

Ajoutez des Extras à votre voyage à la finalisation de la transaction.

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range. Otherwise you have to return the car with at least 150 miles of range to avoid a fee.

25$US/voyage

Unlimited mileage

Not needing to stress about the odometer is a great luxury. This does not include supercharging or other charging costs.

20$US/jour

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal. No need to wash or clean the car if you think you might be in a hurry!

20$US/voyage

Camp chair

Backpack and camp/concert chair in one! So you can store your food and drinks and have a place to seat. Has straps like a backpack so it’s easy to carry.

7$US/voyage1 disponible(s)

Lignes directrices

Sorry no pets allowed as I am allergic and absolutely no smoking. Any sign of smoking will result in a $250 fine. No need to wash the outside of the car, I will do that myself but if you insist it cannot be at an automatic washing station that has brushes. It has to be either manual or touch less so it’s better to just leave it to me. I am not that anal about the car but just be respectful, it is a brand new car and keeping it in good shape will make it easier for the next person to enjoy the car. Most of all have fun!

FAQ

  • How much does charging the car cost?

    The great thing about the Tesla 3, especially on the west coast is how much money you will save on this trip versus a regular gas car. Even a good miles per gallon car is embarrassingly expensive compared to this car per mile. First off you can find many ChargePoint chargers in this area that are completely free or Tesla destination chargers that are completely free as well. For both of these you can look online or on the apps to see if there is any restriction like you have to pay to park to charge at the location or be a patron etc But the ChargePoint locations at libraries or city halls or parks are usually completely free and you can see if they are available at the time on the app. If you connect to one of the ones that cost money, it will depend on the location but it might cost something like $2/hour. Tesla Supercharges cost $.28 per kilowatt which can be confusing but in layman’s terms it should add about 180 miles for $10. Tesla Superchargers are not the cheapest options as they are about 2 times cheaper than a gas car but they are definitely the fastest and most convenient. If you are on a road trip and need a charge to keep going then a Supercharger is definitely the best option as they are usually located every 50 miles or so on every major highway going in any direction. Bottom line is whatever method you choose, it will be much cheaper than a gas car and there’s enough chargers everywhere that with just a little planning there shouldn’t be any worry about running out of juice.

  • How do I charge the car?

    There are several ways to charge the car but the three most popular are regular outlet charging, ChargePoint or Blink charging stations and Supercharger stations that only Tesla car owners can use. Here is the breakdown for the amount of miles that each method will give you per hour: Regular 12V outlet: 5 miles per hour ChargePoint or similar station: 13-26 miles per hour depending on if another car is sharing the station with you Tesla Destination Charger: 30 miles per hour Tesla Supercharger: 150-500+ miles per hour depending on location and the state of charge of the car at the time At a Supercharger the car charges much faster when it is at lower levels because it needs to protect the battery once it gets to higher levels so the fastest way to road trip is to make more frequent Supercharger stops for shorter durations. However people that are new to EVs and/or people that drive fast on the highway should make sure there is a decent buffer to make it to the next station. For example if it says you will arrive with 5% battery and you know you’re a fast driver, then you should probably wait until it’s at least 15% to be safe. As long as you put your next Supercharger destination in the navigation it will let you know if you need to slow down in order to extend your range and make it to the charger.

  • How does Supercharging work?

    You just pull up (usually back up) to a stall and plug in. No connector or account needed. It is currently by far the fastest way to charge Tesla’s and definitely the most convenient on a road trip. It will automatically charge to my personal account and you will be charged that amount at the end of the trip.

  • How do I get the most range (actual miles per charge) possible?

    This advice goes for Teslas and all electric vehicles: The biggest killers of range are speed, climate control, hills/elevation, wind, and cold/rainy weather. Some of these things you can’t do anything about, some you can. If you limit your climate control usage it really helps a lot. I recommend really heating the cabin while the car is plugged in/charging and then using heated seats to stay warm once you start driving. The heated seats are really good and do not use nearly as much of the battery as constantly heating the whole car does. The way you drive always makes a big difference so accelerating and stopping smoothly will help. The biggest factor on the highway is speed; if you are going over 70 mph then it will hurt your range. The sweet spot is 55-65 for maximum miles on the interstate. If you are doing city driving then you will almost certainly get fantastic range because the battery gets charge back every time you slow down or stop. These tips are only for people that are trying to get very last mile out of the battery. The best and most fun way to enjoy the car is to use it driving around town and not worrying about the battery at all. That way you can use all of the features and feel the performance without stressing about the battery level. That’s why I put the mileage limit at 150 per day and even if it might hurt my rentals, I would still recommend gas cars currently if you are driving hundreds of highway miles per day. It is definitely more than possible in a Tesla and the autopilot makes the highway driving extremely convenient but the extra and much longer stops will add a decent amount of time to your trip.

  • What should I do before my trip to make sure I get the most out of my experience?

    The number one thing that you should plan ahead for with this car or any electric car is charging. In an ideal scenario, you could stay at a hotel that has either Tesla destination chargers (free for visitors) or other chargers included with your visit. This will make the trip seamless as you can drive all day and charge the car at night. If you are staying at an Airbnb, ask if you can charge the car at night using a regular outlet in the garage. The charging isn’t as fast but at least you will be getting free miles (~50-75 per night) while you are sleeping. If either of those isn’t an option, look for chargers in the area in which you are staying and see what the rules are (fees, parking etc) and see if you will feel comfortable using those during times that you are eating or shopping etc If you are going to drive longer distances then make sure to put in some extra time for supercharging stops along the way. If you are trying to get somewhere far as quickly as possible, it is best to stop at every supercharger and charge for about 15 minutes at each one along your route as electric vehicles take much longer to charge from 80% to 100% and are very quick to charge from 0-80% at Supercharge stations. Most supercharger stations are right off of the highway so they will usually be easily accessible. In summary, with a little planning you can easily make sure you are covered with all of your charging needs and you can have an awesome experience will little stress!

  • What else should I know?

    The rims on all Teslas are very susceptible to car rash. Use caution when parking! Curb rash is not going to be covered by insurance and will have to come out of your pocket. Also be aware when parking in general whenever possible to reduce the chance of door dings, scratches etc The car will automatically be in Sentry mode so if anything happens to the car it will be recorded but it is still not always easy to find the 3rd party and get reimbursement from them.

Commentaires

5.0

5 commentaires

Turo12 juin 2020

The host cancelled this trip 9 hours before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Ronald S.

Ronald S.16 mars 2020

Armina’s Tesla was in pristine condition and a thrill to drive. We did a road trip to Portland to see how it handled and were not disappointed. Everything about the trip was great!

Morgan B.

Morgan B.27 déc. 2019

Wonderful car. Easy communication. I easily recommend booking Arminas Tesla.

Arthur J.

Arthur J.16 déc. 2019

Truly a pristine vehicle that was so fun to drive! Armin was really great to work with and willingly answered my endless “Tesla” questions. I’d definitely look him up again for future trips!

Lieu de prise en charge et de retour
Saisissez une adresse de livraison
Distance incluse
Jour
200 mi
Semaine
1400 mi
Mois
6000 mi

Assurance et protection

Assurance fournie par Liberty Mutual

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