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Tesla Model 3 2018

Standard

5.0

(7 trips)

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Day
300 mi
Week
2100 mi
Month
9000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

The car

Tesla Model 3 2018

Standard

5.0

(7 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Hop
5.0
Hop
7 tripsJoined Dec 2016

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Hop has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

- 2018 Tesla Model 3 w/ Long Range Battery, Premium Interior, Enhanced Autopilot Assist, and Full Self Driving software. - Interested or curious about electric vehicles and Teslas in particular? The Tesla Model 3 is a great meld of style, practicality and performance. The spacious car seats five well, has a panoramic all-glass roof, and ample space throughout the cabin, trunk, and frunk (front trunk). The car has a 310 mile EPA range, zips from 0-60mph in 5 seconds or less, and can recharge from 20% to 80% in about 30 minutes. Let me help you answer all your questions and guide you in experiencing the future. Welcome to the car of the future. The future is now. For additional information - https://hoptu4.wixsite.com/hoponturo www.tesla.com You can use my Tesla referral link for free Supercharging on Model S, Model X or Model 3 Performance. You can also get a 5-year extended warranty on solar panels. https://ts.la/hop73126

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Long-term car

Sunroof

USB charger

USB input

Parking Assist

Leather Seats

Internet Browser

Slacker Radio

Atari Games

Guidelines

1) Drive attentively and be careful - this is a FAST car, and all of the power is available at ANY time, so pay extra attention until you get used to it. 2) If you experience any mechanical or technical issues with the car, please message me using Turo, or call my cell if it’s urgent. 3) If you are in an accident or have an emergency, CALL 911 - you can get in contact with me later when all parties are confirmed safe. 4) MOST IMPORTANT: Be SAFE and have FUN - My goal is for you to have a great rental experience, and for that safety is paramount. RULES 1) Absolutely NO smoking in the car 2) No pets in vehicle 3) Please return the car in CLEAN condition inside and out 4) You will be responsible for all idle fees. So please move the car after charging is completed to avoid idle fees. REIMBURSEMENT For reference, here is a list of things I will be asking reimbursement for: - Charging - Please return the car with at least 100 miles of range. If you return the car with less than 100 miles of charge left, I will need to charge it before the next rental. As a result, I may charge $3 per 50 miles (up to the range it had when you picked it up) PLUS a $30 convenience fee for my time. If there is no guest after you, you can bring it back with about 50 miles. - Cleaning - You are not required to wash the car, but please keep it relatively clean. Remove all trash and cleanup any mess.

Faqs

  • How do I charge the car?

    A number of charging options are available to include Tesla Superchargers, various EV charging networks, and various options to charge at home. FREE (for you) Tesla Supercharging is included with every rental. The Tesla Model 3 has a built-in charge-location tracker. On the 15” display, on the left side of the interactive map, there is an electricity icon -- press it to display all nearby Tesla Superchargers (red on the map) and regular EV charging stations (gray on the map) There are multiple ways to open the Model 3’s charge port. The two easiest ways are to 1) simply press the the cover (rear driver’s side, adjacent to tail light) while the car is unlocked, or 2) press the charge icon from the main menu while the vehicle is in Park. TESLA SUPERCHARGING If you are at a Tesla Supercharger station, simply plug the Supercharger cord into the Model 3 charge port to begin charging. THIRD PARTY EV CHARGING. Currently, I do not have the adapters to charge at third party chargers. This will be coming soon, BUT you will be required to setup your own accounts for the appropriate charging network. *Home Charging* Most people drive less than 310 miles per day (a lot less!) and home charging overnight is typically sufficient. I will provide a kit with the Tesla Gen 2 Mobile Connector, including the following adapters: >> NEMA 14-50 Adapter for RV outlets - can provide up to 32 miles of range per hour of charging. 0-100% in 10 hours overnight! >> NEMA 5-15 Adapter for standard 110-120V wall outlet - can provide up to 5 miles of range per hour of charge. 0-100% will take almost 3 days of nonstop charging. If you drive about 60 miles or less a day, it's fairly doable to live with charging off a 110 outlet. >> NEMA 14-30 adapter for electric dryer outlet - can provide up to 24 miles or range per hour of charging. Even if you have a gas dryer, it is fairly common to have a 14-30 outlet for an electric dryer. This is the main way I charge. I generally can drive the car for about 2 weeks before needing to recharge. If I plan on going on a long trip, I will usually charge to full the night before. For more info, take a look at this Tesla webpage and scroll down to the "Outlets and Adapters" section: https://www.tesla.com/support/home-charging-installation

  • How do I access and start the car?

    Currently, there is 3 ways to access and start the car, through the Tesla phone app, a key card, and a car FOB. You will only be loaned the key card for the car. The Tesla key card will be provided when you pick up the car. In order to unlock the car, place the card on the B-pillar, just behind and above the driver or passenger-side front door. Once inside, in order to drive the car, the card needs to be place on the center console just behind the two front cup holders. After that, with your foot on the brake pedal, you can put the car in drive or reverse to start driving. The drive-selector stalk is on the right side of the steering wheel. Down for “Drive,” up for “Reverse,” push in for “Park” (Push in and hold for parking brake). There is no “on” or “off switch.” To exit the car, from the front or the rear, there is a black button with a white line on the top of each door handle. Press that button and the door opens. If the car is completely out of battery power, and the door buttons do not work, there is a mechanical latch at the front end of the armrest on each door (note: this latch should only be used in emergencies. It should not be routinely used to open the doors as it can damage the windows/door trim). When you leave the car, simply take the key card with you, and again place the card on the B-pillar to lock the doors. To access the trunk or front-trunk (frunk), enter the car and reference the main menu on the left side of the display.

  • Does this car have "Autopilot"/EAP (Enhanced Auto Pilot)?

    Yes. Please watch the Tesla videos and read the manual to obtain a better understanding of it's capabilities and MORE IMPORTANT, its limitations. Additional features include: - Auto Lane Change - Autosteer - Traffic-Aware Cruise Control - Autopark - Navigate on Autopilot Enhanced Autopilot includes additional driver assistance features. Every driver is responsible for remaining alert and active when using Autopilot, and must be prepared to take action at any time. Full Self Driving features have not been released, yet.

  • What's the range of the Tesla Model 3?

    This car is equipped the Long-Range Battery pack with an EPA-rated 310 miles of range. This will vary based on your driving style, the outside temperature, and interior climate settings, among other things. The car will provide an estimate of remaining range, which takes into account battery state-of-charge (SoC) and the variables mentioned above.

  • How fast is the Supercharger and how much does it cost? Is it expensive to charge an EV?

    - Charging Speed - - A typical 20% to 80% charge takes only 30 minutes and adds over 170 miles of range. Charge rate will vary according to how much charge is on the battery. Typically, the battery will charge at over 400 mph of charging from nearly empty, but as the battery becomes fuller, then the charging rate decreases to maintain the health of the battery. It is NOT recommended that you charge over 90% at a Supercharger as it will take much longer time and thus be more expensive. At 90% charge (~280 miles of range), the rate slows down to a trickle and your time is better spent resuming your trip and possibly restarting at another Supercharger when your battery is depleted again. * Some light reading for the geeks out there: https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/threads/supercharger-speed-116kw.107619/ - Charging Cost - No, it's normally not free. But it is with this rental. Charges will normally be billed to the Tesla account holder (me) which is charged to the credit card on file with Tesla. All you have to do is park the car (usually needing to back it in) open the charge port and plug in the charging cable while pressing down on the charge button. It's that simple. If you know how to charge a phone, you know how to charge a Tesla. ** Please note that YOU will be responsible for any idle fees. For every additional minute a car remains connected to the Supercharger, it will incur a $0.40 idle fee. If the car is moved within 5 minutes, the fee is waived. IE, if you move the car within 5 minutes, then you won't be charged anything. At minute 6, the charge will be $2.40. At minute 7, $2.80, and so on. Please do not consider a Tesla Supercharger as free parking. Again, YOU will be responsible for all Idle fees. The normal fee to use a Tesla Supercharger differs from state to state. In Arizona, Tesla charges by the minute, since it is illegal to charge for electricity. Only utility companies can charge for electricity here in Arizona. To get around this Tesla charges a per minute usage charge. Below 60% battery charge it's $0.22 per minute and above 60% its $0.11 per minute. To charge from 0% to 80% will average about $0.04 per mile. Here in Sierra Vista, charging at home will be cost about $0.025 (2.5 cents) per mile. For $5 you can drive 200 miles!!! In California it is $0.26 per kWh. This translates to around $0.06 cents per mile or less than $20 for the rare 0-100% charge (310 miles of range), which is significantly less than the typical ICE (internal combustion engine) car at current gas prices. The typical 20% - 80% charge (186 miles of range) will be less than $12! Charges will be billed to the Tesla account holder (me) and I will request a reimbursement from you at the end of the trip. If you haven't seen it yet, a Tesla Model 3 set a new EV Cannonball Run record (LA to New York) in 50 hours, 16 minutes. A feat like this is currently only possible on the Tesla Supercharger network. Check it out here: http://www.thedrive.com/new-cars/17312/tesla-model-3-sets-new-ev-cannonball-run-record-of-50-hours-16-minutes If you're up for the challenge, I offer an "Unlimited Mileage" Turo Extra that includes Unlimited Supercharging at no additional cost! For more information and an interactive map of all the currently available and future Supercharger locations, see this Tesla webpage: https://www.tesla.com/supercharger

  • How much range do I need to return the Tesla Model 3 with?

    Please return the car with at least 100 miles of range. This will allow the next guest the full enjoyment of the car like you did. If there is no guest after you, you can bring it in with about 50 miles of range. If you think that you will be unable to return the car with the same amount of charge, please let me no ASAP, so arrangements for future guests can be made. An EV recharging fee of $60 may be applied.

  • DO YOU HAVE A REFERRAL LINK TO BUY A TESLA?

    Yes I Do! Here's my referral link: https://ts.la/hop73126

  • How much range will the Tesla Model 3 have when I pick it up?

    The car will have about 200 miles or more of range (~65% charge.) The nearest Supercharger is in Tucson off the I-10 at Rita road, which is approximately 65 miles away.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(6 ratings)

Reviews

Kenyon B.

KenyonSep 20, 2020

Hop was wonderful! He was very knowledgeable and accommodating. Would definitely recommend to anyone who wants to experience a Tesla vehicle!

Thomas K.

ThomasAug 7, 2020

Second trip with Hop's model 3. When I come to AZ, Hop's model 3 is always my first choice.

Jim S.

JimJan 15, 2020

This was not a car rental, but a trip into a very exciting future. If you haven't driven a Tesla, rent this car immediately. This was my first experience driving a Tesla electric car. It was a giant leap forward over the gasoline engine. Hop was an excellent host and extremely knowledgeable regarding this car and Tesla vehicles in general. As Hop's notes said, this is a fast car. It handles beautifully and has all the amenities. Highly Recommended.

Thomas K.

ThomasJul 24, 2019

Hop was a wonderful host. He really took the time to make sure I understood all the features of the car. He allowed himself to be available if needed. He understood we were a couple kids that wanted to play around in a Tesla for a day, and he was incredibly accommodating and understanding!

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The car

Tesla Model 3 2018

Standard

5.0

(7 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Hop
5.0
Hop
7 tripsJoined Dec 2016

Typically responds in 2 hours

Hop has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

- 2018 Tesla Model 3 w/ Long Range Battery, Premium Interior, Enhanced Autopilot Assist, and Full Self Driving software. - Interested or curious about electric vehicles and Teslas in particular? The Tesla Model 3 is a great meld of style, practicality and performance. The spacious car seats five well, has a panoramic all-glass roof, and ample space throughout the cabin, trunk, and frunk (front trunk). The car has a 310 mile EPA range, zips from 0-60mph in 5 seconds or less, and can recharge from 20% to 80% in about 30 minutes. Let me help you answer all your questions and guide you in experiencing the future. Welcome to the car of the future. The future is now. For additional information - https://hoptu4.wixsite.com/hoponturo www.tesla.com You can use my Tesla referral link for free Supercharging on Model S, Model X or Model 3 Performance. You can also get a 5-year extended warranty on solar panels. https://ts.la/hop73126

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Long-term car

Sunroof

USB charger

USB input

Parking Assist

Leather Seats

Internet Browser

Slacker Radio

Atari Games

Guidelines

1) Drive attentively and be careful - this is a FAST car, and all of the power is available at ANY time, so pay extra attention until you get used to it. 2) If you experience any mechanical or technical issues with the car, please message me using Turo, or call my cell if it’s urgent. 3) If you are in an accident or have an emergency, CALL 911 - you can get in contact with me later when all parties are confirmed safe. 4) MOST IMPORTANT: Be SAFE and have FUN - My goal is for you to have a great rental experience, and for that safety is paramount. RULES 1) Absolutely NO smoking in the car 2) No pets in vehicle 3) Please return the car in CLEAN condition inside and out 4) You will be responsible for all idle fees. So please move the car after charging is completed to avoid idle fees. REIMBURSEMENT For reference, here is a list of things I will be asking reimbursement for: - Charging - Please return the car with at least 100 miles of range. If you return the car with less than 100 miles of charge left, I will need to charge it before the next rental. As a result, I may charge $3 per 50 miles (up to the range it had when you picked it up) PLUS a $30 convenience fee for my time. If there is no guest after you, you can bring it back with about 50 miles. - Cleaning - You are not required to wash the car, but please keep it relatively clean. Remove all trash and cleanup any mess.

Faqs

  • How do I charge the car?

    A number of charging options are available to include Tesla Superchargers, various EV charging networks, and various options to charge at home. FREE (for you) Tesla Supercharging is included with every rental. The Tesla Model 3 has a built-in charge-location tracker. On the 15” display, on the left side of the interactive map, there is an electricity icon -- press it to display all nearby Tesla Superchargers (red on the map) and regular EV charging stations (gray on the map) There are multiple ways to open the Model 3’s charge port. The two easiest ways are to 1) simply press the the cover (rear driver’s side, adjacent to tail light) while the car is unlocked, or 2) press the charge icon from the main menu while the vehicle is in Park. TESLA SUPERCHARGING If you are at a Tesla Supercharger station, simply plug the Supercharger cord into the Model 3 charge port to begin charging. THIRD PARTY EV CHARGING. Currently, I do not have the adapters to charge at third party chargers. This will be coming soon, BUT you will be required to setup your own accounts for the appropriate charging network. *Home Charging* Most people drive less than 310 miles per day (a lot less!) and home charging overnight is typically sufficient. I will provide a kit with the Tesla Gen 2 Mobile Connector, including the following adapters: >> NEMA 14-50 Adapter for RV outlets - can provide up to 32 miles of range per hour of charging. 0-100% in 10 hours overnight! >> NEMA 5-15 Adapter for standard 110-120V wall outlet - can provide up to 5 miles of range per hour of charge. 0-100% will take almost 3 days of nonstop charging. If you drive about 60 miles or less a day, it's fairly doable to live with charging off a 110 outlet. >> NEMA 14-30 adapter for electric dryer outlet - can provide up to 24 miles or range per hour of charging. Even if you have a gas dryer, it is fairly common to have a 14-30 outlet for an electric dryer. This is the main way I charge. I generally can drive the car for about 2 weeks before needing to recharge. If I plan on going on a long trip, I will usually charge to full the night before. For more info, take a look at this Tesla webpage and scroll down to the "Outlets and Adapters" section: https://www.tesla.com/support/home-charging-installation

  • How do I access and start the car?

    Currently, there is 3 ways to access and start the car, through the Tesla phone app, a key card, and a car FOB. You will only be loaned the key card for the car. The Tesla key card will be provided when you pick up the car. In order to unlock the car, place the card on the B-pillar, just behind and above the driver or passenger-side front door. Once inside, in order to drive the car, the card needs to be place on the center console just behind the two front cup holders. After that, with your foot on the brake pedal, you can put the car in drive or reverse to start driving. The drive-selector stalk is on the right side of the steering wheel. Down for “Drive,” up for “Reverse,” push in for “Park” (Push in and hold for parking brake). There is no “on” or “off switch.” To exit the car, from the front or the rear, there is a black button with a white line on the top of each door handle. Press that button and the door opens. If the car is completely out of battery power, and the door buttons do not work, there is a mechanical latch at the front end of the armrest on each door (note: this latch should only be used in emergencies. It should not be routinely used to open the doors as it can damage the windows/door trim). When you leave the car, simply take the key card with you, and again place the card on the B-pillar to lock the doors. To access the trunk or front-trunk (frunk), enter the car and reference the main menu on the left side of the display.

  • Does this car have "Autopilot"/EAP (Enhanced Auto Pilot)?

    Yes. Please watch the Tesla videos and read the manual to obtain a better understanding of it's capabilities and MORE IMPORTANT, its limitations. Additional features include: - Auto Lane Change - Autosteer - Traffic-Aware Cruise Control - Autopark - Navigate on Autopilot Enhanced Autopilot includes additional driver assistance features. Every driver is responsible for remaining alert and active when using Autopilot, and must be prepared to take action at any time. Full Self Driving features have not been released, yet.

  • What's the range of the Tesla Model 3?

    This car is equipped the Long-Range Battery pack with an EPA-rated 310 miles of range. This will vary based on your driving style, the outside temperature, and interior climate settings, among other things. The car will provide an estimate of remaining range, which takes into account battery state-of-charge (SoC) and the variables mentioned above.

  • How fast is the Supercharger and how much does it cost? Is it expensive to charge an EV?

    - Charging Speed - - A typical 20% to 80% charge takes only 30 minutes and adds over 170 miles of range. Charge rate will vary according to how much charge is on the battery. Typically, the battery will charge at over 400 mph of charging from nearly empty, but as the battery becomes fuller, then the charging rate decreases to maintain the health of the battery. It is NOT recommended that you charge over 90% at a Supercharger as it will take much longer time and thus be more expensive. At 90% charge (~280 miles of range), the rate slows down to a trickle and your time is better spent resuming your trip and possibly restarting at another Supercharger when your battery is depleted again. * Some light reading for the geeks out there: https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/threads/supercharger-speed-116kw.107619/ - Charging Cost - No, it's normally not free. But it is with this rental. Charges will normally be billed to the Tesla account holder (me) which is charged to the credit card on file with Tesla. All you have to do is park the car (usually needing to back it in) open the charge port and plug in the charging cable while pressing down on the charge button. It's that simple. If you know how to charge a phone, you know how to charge a Tesla. ** Please note that YOU will be responsible for any idle fees. For every additional minute a car remains connected to the Supercharger, it will incur a $0.40 idle fee. If the car is moved within 5 minutes, the fee is waived. IE, if you move the car within 5 minutes, then you won't be charged anything. At minute 6, the charge will be $2.40. At minute 7, $2.80, and so on. Please do not consider a Tesla Supercharger as free parking. Again, YOU will be responsible for all Idle fees. The normal fee to use a Tesla Supercharger differs from state to state. In Arizona, Tesla charges by the minute, since it is illegal to charge for electricity. Only utility companies can charge for electricity here in Arizona. To get around this Tesla charges a per minute usage charge. Below 60% battery charge it's $0.22 per minute and above 60% its $0.11 per minute. To charge from 0% to 80% will average about $0.04 per mile. Here in Sierra Vista, charging at home will be cost about $0.025 (2.5 cents) per mile. For $5 you can drive 200 miles!!! In California it is $0.26 per kWh. This translates to around $0.06 cents per mile or less than $20 for the rare 0-100% charge (310 miles of range), which is significantly less than the typical ICE (internal combustion engine) car at current gas prices. The typical 20% - 80% charge (186 miles of range) will be less than $12! Charges will be billed to the Tesla account holder (me) and I will request a reimbursement from you at the end of the trip. If you haven't seen it yet, a Tesla Model 3 set a new EV Cannonball Run record (LA to New York) in 50 hours, 16 minutes. A feat like this is currently only possible on the Tesla Supercharger network. Check it out here: http://www.thedrive.com/new-cars/17312/tesla-model-3-sets-new-ev-cannonball-run-record-of-50-hours-16-minutes If you're up for the challenge, I offer an "Unlimited Mileage" Turo Extra that includes Unlimited Supercharging at no additional cost! For more information and an interactive map of all the currently available and future Supercharger locations, see this Tesla webpage: https://www.tesla.com/supercharger

  • How much range do I need to return the Tesla Model 3 with?

    Please return the car with at least 100 miles of range. This will allow the next guest the full enjoyment of the car like you did. If there is no guest after you, you can bring it in with about 50 miles of range. If you think that you will be unable to return the car with the same amount of charge, please let me no ASAP, so arrangements for future guests can be made. An EV recharging fee of $60 may be applied.

  • DO YOU HAVE A REFERRAL LINK TO BUY A TESLA?

    Yes I Do! Here's my referral link: https://ts.la/hop73126

  • How much range will the Tesla Model 3 have when I pick it up?

    The car will have about 200 miles or more of range (~65% charge.) The nearest Supercharger is in Tucson off the I-10 at Rita road, which is approximately 65 miles away.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(6 ratings)

Reviews

Kenyon B.

KenyonSep 20, 2020

Hop was wonderful! He was very knowledgeable and accommodating. Would definitely recommend to anyone who wants to experience a Tesla vehicle!

Thomas K.

ThomasAug 7, 2020

Second trip with Hop's model 3. When I come to AZ, Hop's model 3 is always my first choice.

Jim S.

JimJan 15, 2020

This was not a car rental, but a trip into a very exciting future. If you haven't driven a Tesla, rent this car immediately. This was my first experience driving a Tesla electric car. It was a giant leap forward over the gasoline engine. Hop was an excellent host and extremely knowledgeable regarding this car and Tesla vehicles in general. As Hop's notes said, this is a fast car. It handles beautifully and has all the amenities. Highly Recommended.

Thomas K.

ThomasJul 24, 2019

Hop was a wonderful host. He really took the time to make sure I understood all the features of the car. He allowed himself to be available if needed. He understood we were a couple kids that wanted to play around in a Tesla for a day, and he was incredibly accommodating and understanding!

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Week
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