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$Tesla Model 3 2018

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Tesla Model 3 2018

AWD

5.0

(29 trips)

Trip start

Trip end



Distance included

Day

300 mi

Week

2100 mi

Month

9000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers


Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

David

5.0

David

All-Star Host

29 tripsJoined May 2021

Typically responds in 1 hour

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

David has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

2018 Tesla Model 3 Long-Range All-Wheel Drive, Blue Metallic, with full self-driving beta(!!). Get in the driver's seat of the quick, sleek and fun Tesla Model 3. Experience the new adventure of all-electric vehicles -- they perform better, but also how they are a lifestyle change to road trips, daily commuting, and enjoying time on the road. Included with the car is the mobile charger and adapters for use at most public charging spots. My Model 3 has the Full Self-Driving package and premium interior. You will get streaming music and live traffic data and routing. The navigation system takes you to superchargers when you need it (extra fee) and will get you to where you want to go-- just push the button on the steering wheel and say "Navigate to Giant." Two clicks down on the drive selector will put you into Autopilot FSD mode- does lane keeping and lane changes, adaptive cruise control, and will even take interstate exits to route you along your path. Drive the future with the new Full-Self Driving BETA software package. The car will attempt to navigate streets and roadways around town. It will recognize stop signs and stop lights. But it is like watching a teen with a learner’s permit driving… The vehicle is 5-star crash rated; one of the safest vehicles on the road! And the low center of gravity gives it great handling. I have the Michelin Cross-Climate tires on there, which will get you through rain, sleet, or snow without too much difficulty. While it can handle it, taking it off-road is a violation of the Turo TOS so please don't do it. Learn more about the Tesla Model 3 at http://ts.la/davidweand9019 I keep the car clean, both inside and out. I will ensure it has been wiped clean, vacuumed, and disinfected for your enjoyment. I don't mind if you eat in the car, as long as you are careful about spills and clean up any crumbs and wrappers. I am a non-smoker and ask that you not smoke in the car. I am happy to chat with you about how to use the vehicle, how to charge it, and what you would need at home if you want to get one for yourself. ABOUT FULL SELF DRIVING FEATURES The autopilot feature will control the car's steering, acceleration, and brake, to enable it to remain within its lane on the highway and accelerate/brake to keep with traffic. It can change lanes on the highway and take exit ramps; it will make turns and navigate intersections on roadways. This feature requires constant active driver supervision and is not intended to replace the driver. TOLLS, E-Z PASS, SUPERCHARGING The car is equipped with an E-Z Pass to use with tolls in the Washington DC area and the wider east-coast region. It is a convenience feature and will bill to the owner. All toll charges will be charged to you via the reimbursement tool at the end of your trip. FYI: the transponder ID is 4834173. (This may take a few days due to delays in EZ Pass system.) When you utilize a Tesla Supercharger, the system recognizes the vehicle and bills the owner for energy usage as well as idle fees (if applicable). These Supercharger fees will be charged to you via the reimbursement tool at the end of your trip. Supercharging is quick- stay nearby the vehicle to avoid idle fees at busy stations.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Toll pass

USB charger

Park Assist

Tinted windows

Premium Interior

Full Self-Driving package

Streaming Radio

Extras (3)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Child safety seat

Forward-facing adjustable child seats are available for this trip.

US$20/trip2 available

Unlimited mileage

Taking it on a road trip? Go worry-free with unlimited miles.

US$30/day

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.

US$20/trip

Guidelines

Absolutely NO SMOKING (of anything). This includes cigarettes, vaping, e-cigs, and marijuana. Returning the vehicle with evidence of smoking will result in an expensive cleaning fee. NO PETS in the car. See Turo's policy regarding animals: https://support.turo.com/hc/en-us/articles/203990560-Pet-policy-for-guests

Faqs

  • Ok, I'm at the charging station, now what?

    The charging port is located to the left of the rear tail light. When you plug in the charger you will see a blue light, then green light. A Green light means the car is charging. You will not be able to remove the charger at this point. To remove the charge press the button on the top of the charger and a blue light will appear. At this point, you will be able to remove the cable.

  • What do I need to connect to a charging location?

    Superchargers are proprietary to Tesla and connect directly without any extra adapters. (Chargeport door is rear left, open via app or the in-car screen.) The most common connector is the J1772 and can be found on most public free and fee-based chargers; search in the app for compatible charging stations using the Tesla and J1772 filters. The J1772 adapter will be in the vehicle in the mobile charging bag. If you are at home or another fixed location, the mobile charging setup in the bag will allow you to connect to the most common 110V and 240V wall plugs.

  • Where do I charge the car?

    Use the built-in navigation to find a Tesla Supercharger. Or an app like PlugShare or ChargePoint to locate a "level 2" quick charger. You can also plug it in at home on a standard electrical outlet. Just know that the amount of voltage and amperage allowed by the circuit will determine how quickly you can charger. Visit https://www.tesla.com/supercharger and https://www.tesla.com/charging for more information. With 25,000+ Superchargers, Tesla owns and operates the largest global, fast-charging network in the world. Located on major routes near convenient amenities, Superchargers keep you charged when you're away from home. Simply plug in, charge, and go.

  • How do I pay for charging?

    When you use a Supercharger, the account holder(myself) will receive a bill. I will then send you the total amount at the end of your trip, via the reimbursement tool. When using PlugShare or ChargePoint, you are billed to your user account (if applicable).

  • Why do you only charge it to 80%?

    Great question. Superchargers are extremely quick in charging to 80%, but to preserve the battery and not cause damage, it will trickle charge from 80%-100%. This takes a significant amount of additional time. And if you happen to be at a station that charges by time instead of by the kilowatt, this will also be a substantial price increase. Also for battery health- the car will warn you if you store it below 10% or above 90%, as the battery should not be left in that state of charge for extended periods. If necessary, it is OK to charge to 100% before leaving for a road trip but it shouldn't be done on a regular basis.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(25 ratings)

Reviews

Mark S.

Mark14 Nov 2022

Phenomenal experience. Great interaction. Would rent again.

Kurt W.

Kurt19 Oct 2022

Awesome! David was great. Car was super clean.

Kyle R.

Kyle18 Sept 2022

Great service. Awesome car. Great host! Would highly recommend again.

Tonya E.

tonya4 Sept 2022

Expert at communicating!!! Car was easy to find and easy to drop off. Seamless process! Drove a little over 700 miles and spent about $100 charging at Tesla charging stations.

David's response

Glad you enjoyed the Tesla experience and having me as a host on Turo. I hope that you will think of me again when visiting DC area.

Turo

Turo10 May 2022

The host cancelled this trip 15 days before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Pickup at car location

Centreville, VA 20121
Free

Delivery locations

Dulles International Airport
US$50.00
Hyatt Regency Dulles
US$35.00
Hyatt Place Herndon/Dulles Airport East
US$35.00
Candlewood Suites Washington-Dulles Herndon
US$35.00

Delivered to you

Up to 10 miles
US$15

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 6 days or longer


Cancellation policy
$Tesla Model 3 2018

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AWD

5.0

(29 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

David

5.0

David

All-Star Host

29 tripsJoined May 2021

Typically responds in 1 hour

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

David has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

2018 Tesla Model 3 Long-Range All-Wheel Drive, Blue Metallic, with full self-driving beta(!!). Get in the driver's seat of the quick, sleek and fun Tesla Model 3. Experience the new adventure of all-electric vehicles -- they perform better, but also how they are a lifestyle change to road trips, daily commuting, and enjoying time on the road. Included with the car is the mobile charger and adapters for use at most public charging spots. My Model 3 has the Full Self-Driving package and premium interior. You will get streaming music and live traffic data and routing. The navigation system takes you to superchargers when you need it (extra fee) and will get you to where you want to go-- just push the button on the steering wheel and say "Navigate to Giant." Two clicks down on the drive selector will put you into Autopilot FSD mode- does lane keeping and lane changes, adaptive cruise control, and will even take interstate exits to route you along your path. Drive the future with the new Full-Self Driving BETA software package. The car will attempt to navigate streets and roadways around town. It will recognize stop signs and stop lights. But it is like watching a teen with a learner’s permit driving… The vehicle is 5-star crash rated; one of the safest vehicles on the road! And the low center of gravity gives it great handling. I have the Michelin Cross-Climate tires on there, which will get you through rain, sleet, or snow without too much difficulty. While it can handle it, taking it off-road is a violation of the Turo TOS so please don't do it. Learn more about the Tesla Model 3 at http://ts.la/davidweand9019 I keep the car clean, both inside and out. I will ensure it has been wiped clean, vacuumed, and disinfected for your enjoyment. I don't mind if you eat in the car, as long as you are careful about spills and clean up any crumbs and wrappers. I am a non-smoker and ask that you not smoke in the car. I am happy to chat with you about how to use the vehicle, how to charge it, and what you would need at home if you want to get one for yourself. ABOUT FULL SELF DRIVING FEATURES The autopilot feature will control the car's steering, acceleration, and brake, to enable it to remain within its lane on the highway and accelerate/brake to keep with traffic. It can change lanes on the highway and take exit ramps; it will make turns and navigate intersections on roadways. This feature requires constant active driver supervision and is not intended to replace the driver. TOLLS, E-Z PASS, SUPERCHARGING The car is equipped with an E-Z Pass to use with tolls in the Washington DC area and the wider east-coast region. It is a convenience feature and will bill to the owner. All toll charges will be charged to you via the reimbursement tool at the end of your trip. FYI: the transponder ID is 4834173. (This may take a few days due to delays in EZ Pass system.) When you utilize a Tesla Supercharger, the system recognizes the vehicle and bills the owner for energy usage as well as idle fees (if applicable). These Supercharger fees will be charged to you via the reimbursement tool at the end of your trip. Supercharging is quick- stay nearby the vehicle to avoid idle fees at busy stations.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Toll pass

USB charger

Park Assist

Tinted windows

Premium Interior

Full Self-Driving package

Streaming Radio

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Child safety seat

Forward-facing adjustable child seats are available for this trip.

US$20/trip2 available

Unlimited mileage

Taking it on a road trip? Go worry-free with unlimited miles.

US$30/day

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.

US$20/trip

Guidelines

Absolutely NO SMOKING (of anything). This includes cigarettes, vaping, e-cigs, and marijuana. Returning the vehicle with evidence of smoking will result in an expensive cleaning fee. NO PETS in the car. See Turo's policy regarding animals: https://support.turo.com/hc/en-us/articles/203990560-Pet-policy-for-guests

Faqs

  • Ok, I'm at the charging station, now what?

    The charging port is located to the left of the rear tail light. When you plug in the charger you will see a blue light, then green light. A Green light means the car is charging. You will not be able to remove the charger at this point. To remove the charge press the button on the top of the charger and a blue light will appear. At this point, you will be able to remove the cable.

  • What do I need to connect to a charging location?

    Superchargers are proprietary to Tesla and connect directly without any extra adapters. (Chargeport door is rear left, open via app or the in-car screen.) The most common connector is the J1772 and can be found on most public free and fee-based chargers; search in the app for compatible charging stations using the Tesla and J1772 filters. The J1772 adapter will be in the vehicle in the mobile charging bag. If you are at home or another fixed location, the mobile charging setup in the bag will allow you to connect to the most common 110V and 240V wall plugs.

  • Where do I charge the car?

    Use the built-in navigation to find a Tesla Supercharger. Or an app like PlugShare or ChargePoint to locate a "level 2" quick charger. You can also plug it in at home on a standard electrical outlet. Just know that the amount of voltage and amperage allowed by the circuit will determine how quickly you can charger. Visit https://www.tesla.com/supercharger and https://www.tesla.com/charging for more information. With 25,000+ Superchargers, Tesla owns and operates the largest global, fast-charging network in the world. Located on major routes near convenient amenities, Superchargers keep you charged when you're away from home. Simply plug in, charge, and go.

  • How do I pay for charging?

    When you use a Supercharger, the account holder(myself) will receive a bill. I will then send you the total amount at the end of your trip, via the reimbursement tool. When using PlugShare or ChargePoint, you are billed to your user account (if applicable).

  • Why do you only charge it to 80%?

    Great question. Superchargers are extremely quick in charging to 80%, but to preserve the battery and not cause damage, it will trickle charge from 80%-100%. This takes a significant amount of additional time. And if you happen to be at a station that charges by time instead of by the kilowatt, this will also be a substantial price increase. Also for battery health- the car will warn you if you store it below 10% or above 90%, as the battery should not be left in that state of charge for extended periods. If necessary, it is OK to charge to 100% before leaving for a road trip but it shouldn't be done on a regular basis.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(25 ratings)

Reviews

Mark S.

Mark14 Nov 2022

Phenomenal experience. Great interaction. Would rent again.

Kurt W.

Kurt19 Oct 2022

Awesome! David was great. Car was super clean.

Kyle R.

Kyle18 Sept 2022

Great service. Awesome car. Great host! Would highly recommend again.

Tonya E.

tonya4 Sept 2022

Expert at communicating!!! Car was easy to find and easy to drop off. Seamless process! Drove a little over 700 miles and spent about $100 charging at Tesla charging stations.

David's response

Glad you enjoyed the Tesla experience and having me as a host on Turo. I hope that you will think of me again when visiting DC area.

Turo

Turo10 May 2022

The host cancelled this trip 15 days before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.


Trip start

Trip end


Distance included

Day

300 mi

Week

2100 mi

Month

9000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

Centreville, VA 20121
Free

Delivery locations

Dulles International Airport
US$50.00
Hyatt Regency Dulles
US$35.00
Hyatt Place Herndon/Dulles Airport East
US$35.00
Candlewood Suites Washington-Dulles Herndon
US$35.00

Delivered to you

Up to 10 miles
US$15

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 6 days or longer

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