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Gregg’s

Tesla Model S 2014

60

4.78

(25 trips)

Pickup & return location
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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 S 2014

60

4.78

(25 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Gregg
5.0
Gregg

All-Star Host

1,976 tripsJoined Jan 2018

Typically responds in 5 minutes

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

Gregg has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

The Model S 60 comes with 19-inch wheels, all-season tires, automatic xenon headlights, LED taillights, keyless entry and start, cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, a 17-inch touchscreen, a rearview camera, premium upholstery, heated eight-way power front seats (with four-way power lumbar), 60/40-split-folding rear seats, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity and a seven-speaker sound system with dual USB ports (media and charging) and HD radio. A cellular connection, Internet radio and WiFi connectivity are included. A universal mobile connector (with 110-volt, 240-volt is available if needed) is included as well. Options for the Model S 60 include the Supercharger Enabled package that provides free, rapid charging (about half the charge in as little as 20 minutes) at Tesla's growing network of Supercharger stations around the country.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Keyless entry

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Extras (1)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

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.

US$20/trip

Guidelines

- I added a TxTag for the car so that you can take it on tollways. Just let me know if you use it and I can add it to the invoice. - No smoking, no pets, no smoking pets. - Bring the Tesla back the way you picked it up, basically clean, a full charge and ready to go get some BBQ.

Faqs

  • How do I charge this thing?!

    You have lots of options for charging the Tesla... You can use Tesla's Supercharging network for free. Supercharging is the fastest way to charge. You can also use L2 chargers from ChargePoint for free. L2's are slower than Superchargers. To charge, use the Chargepoint card attached to your key. You wave the card in front of the charger and wait for the card to authorize. You’ll hear a “click” and the handle will be ready to plug in. L2 chargers charge the car in up to 10 hours (the longest I have seen). There is a plug in charger in the trunk that works off any standard wall plug. Its called an L1 charger, which means it takes a very long time to charge the car.

  • I'm at a ChargePoint charger and the charge handle doesn't fit?

    To use a ChargePoint L2 Charger, use the adapter in the glovebox. Don't forget to put it back when you are done - if you lose the adapter you'll have to buy a new one.

  • Where are the chargers I can use?!

    It just got much easier. Search in Google Maps for "Tesla Supercharger" and you will see all the Tesla chargers. This is important - Tesla Destination chargers are the same speed as ChargePoint. Only Superchargers are faster. You can also search for "ChargePoint charger" and see all the ChargePoint chargers you can use with your key.

  • What's a DC Fast Charger?

    Well, the important thing is that DC Fast chargers are not compatible with Teslas. This has never been much of a problem, but now there are more of them. All the chargers at the new Whole Foods @ Plaza Saltillo are DC Fast. DC Fast chargers are the fastest available charger, similar to Tesla Superchargers.

  • What is the range?

    I normally charge the car for daily use, which means 140-150 miles range. If you let me know ahead of time I can charge it for a trip, which usually means 160-170 miles range. Of course range is a calculated value, and the actual range depends entirely on how you drive.

Ratings and reviews

4.78

(18 ratings)

Reviews

Joseph M.

Joseph5 May 2021

This vehicle should be advertised as “IN TOWN USE ONLY” - its MAX range is only 160 miles. As FAQ’s state, I told the host about my trip out of town and expected full battery charge since I told him in advance, but only had 120 miles of range (~80%) when I picked up and thus needed to charge 3 TIMES in order to get from Austin to Dallas. FAQs also stated that there’s a slow charger in the trunk for emergencies - I had very little power at my destination and really needed that charger, and it wasn’t there!! As a result I almost ran out of battery en route to the supercharger. When I told the host about these issues he made excuses as to why the battery wasn’t fully charged and that the trunk charger was recently misplaced, instead of just owning up and apologizing for the miscommunication. I also told Turo all of this and have heard absolutely nothing from them since. Don’t know how with this kind of customer service the host has 5* or the platform supports co consistent use. Vehicle was dirty when I picked it up both inside and out, the seats are heavily worn, scratches all over the door and dash, and glue was leaking onto my things from the newly replaced display screen (not the host’s fault, but still an issue that went unaddressed). While the Tesla is fun to drive for someone with zero expectations, don’t plan to do more than daily driving in this old model with very low battery capacity. Disappointed & not returning.

Gregg's response

Sorry you had trouble getting to Dallas. Even though we discussed it multiple times, I am still not clear how you had trouble. Dallas is an easy trip I have done lots of times. The car left with 150 miles range (not 120, we both know that's not true) for a 200 mile trip to Dallas. If you stopped at the Superchargers on the way, as we discussed ahead of time, you should have breezed into Dallas with plenty of range left. The L1 charger in the trunk is not a good backup. You had an L2 pass.

MARSHALL W.

MARSHALL10 Apr 2021

Very easy to pick up and drop off.

Will G.

Will5 Apr 2021

Love Gregg H whole set up!!

Amanda T.

Amanda2 Apr 2021

Went great. Thanks Gregg!

Jerry A.

Jerry28 Mar 2021

I enjoyed test driving Gregg’s Model S. It was a great way to see the outskirts of Austin. Gregg made pick-up easy with a lock box. We used a similar method to drop off the car. You’ll love Austin and the view from a Tesla!

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1 of 10

The car

Tesla Model S 2014

60

4.78

(25 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Gregg
5.0
Gregg

All-Star Host

1,976 tripsJoined Jan 2018

Typically responds in 5 minutes

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

Gregg has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

The Model S 60 comes with 19-inch wheels, all-season tires, automatic xenon headlights, LED taillights, keyless entry and start, cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, a 17-inch touchscreen, a rearview camera, premium upholstery, heated eight-way power front seats (with four-way power lumbar), 60/40-split-folding rear seats, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity and a seven-speaker sound system with dual USB ports (media and charging) and HD radio. A cellular connection, Internet radio and WiFi connectivity are included. A universal mobile connector (with 110-volt, 240-volt is available if needed) is included as well. Options for the Model S 60 include the Supercharger Enabled package that provides free, rapid charging (about half the charge in as little as 20 minutes) at Tesla's growing network of Supercharger stations around the country.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Keyless entry

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

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.

US$20/trip

Guidelines

- I added a TxTag for the car so that you can take it on tollways. Just let me know if you use it and I can add it to the invoice. - No smoking, no pets, no smoking pets. - Bring the Tesla back the way you picked it up, basically clean, a full charge and ready to go get some BBQ.

Faqs

  • How do I charge this thing?!

    You have lots of options for charging the Tesla... You can use Tesla's Supercharging network for free. Supercharging is the fastest way to charge. You can also use L2 chargers from ChargePoint for free. L2's are slower than Superchargers. To charge, use the Chargepoint card attached to your key. You wave the card in front of the charger and wait for the card to authorize. You’ll hear a “click” and the handle will be ready to plug in. L2 chargers charge the car in up to 10 hours (the longest I have seen). There is a plug in charger in the trunk that works off any standard wall plug. Its called an L1 charger, which means it takes a very long time to charge the car.

  • I'm at a ChargePoint charger and the charge handle doesn't fit?

    To use a ChargePoint L2 Charger, use the adapter in the glovebox. Don't forget to put it back when you are done - if you lose the adapter you'll have to buy a new one.

  • Where are the chargers I can use?!

    It just got much easier. Search in Google Maps for "Tesla Supercharger" and you will see all the Tesla chargers. This is important - Tesla Destination chargers are the same speed as ChargePoint. Only Superchargers are faster. You can also search for "ChargePoint charger" and see all the ChargePoint chargers you can use with your key.

  • What's a DC Fast Charger?

    Well, the important thing is that DC Fast chargers are not compatible with Teslas. This has never been much of a problem, but now there are more of them. All the chargers at the new Whole Foods @ Plaza Saltillo are DC Fast. DC Fast chargers are the fastest available charger, similar to Tesla Superchargers.

  • What is the range?

    I normally charge the car for daily use, which means 140-150 miles range. If you let me know ahead of time I can charge it for a trip, which usually means 160-170 miles range. Of course range is a calculated value, and the actual range depends entirely on how you drive.

Ratings and reviews

4.78

(18 ratings)

Reviews

Joseph M.

Joseph5 May 2021

This vehicle should be advertised as “IN TOWN USE ONLY” - its MAX range is only 160 miles. As FAQ’s state, I told the host about my trip out of town and expected full battery charge since I told him in advance, but only had 120 miles of range (~80%) when I picked up and thus needed to charge 3 TIMES in order to get from Austin to Dallas. FAQs also stated that there’s a slow charger in the trunk for emergencies - I had very little power at my destination and really needed that charger, and it wasn’t there!! As a result I almost ran out of battery en route to the supercharger. When I told the host about these issues he made excuses as to why the battery wasn’t fully charged and that the trunk charger was recently misplaced, instead of just owning up and apologizing for the miscommunication. I also told Turo all of this and have heard absolutely nothing from them since. Don’t know how with this kind of customer service the host has 5* or the platform supports co consistent use. Vehicle was dirty when I picked it up both inside and out, the seats are heavily worn, scratches all over the door and dash, and glue was leaking onto my things from the newly replaced display screen (not the host’s fault, but still an issue that went unaddressed). While the Tesla is fun to drive for someone with zero expectations, don’t plan to do more than daily driving in this old model with very low battery capacity. Disappointed & not returning.

Gregg's response

Sorry you had trouble getting to Dallas. Even though we discussed it multiple times, I am still not clear how you had trouble. Dallas is an easy trip I have done lots of times. The car left with 150 miles range (not 120, we both know that's not true) for a 200 mile trip to Dallas. If you stopped at the Superchargers on the way, as we discussed ahead of time, you should have breezed into Dallas with plenty of range left. The L1 charger in the trunk is not a good backup. You had an L2 pass.

MARSHALL W.

MARSHALL10 Apr 2021

Very easy to pick up and drop off.

Will G.

Will5 Apr 2021

Love Gregg H whole set up!!

Amanda T.

Amanda2 Apr 2021

Went great. Thanks Gregg!

Jerry A.

Jerry28 Mar 2021

I enjoyed test driving Gregg’s Model S. It was a great way to see the outskirts of Austin. Gregg made pick-up easy with a lock box. We used a similar method to drop off the car. You’ll love Austin and the view from a Tesla!

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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