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Tesla Model 3 2020

Long Range

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Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

Tesla Model 3 2020

Long Range

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Adam
5.0
Adam
4 tripsJoined Aug 2021

Typically responds within 1 minute

Adam has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Model 3, long range with all-wheel drive. 0-60 in 4.2 seconds! Long range gives you more miles, but to be honest...it is way more car than a standard range and also includes Autosteer, with smart cruise control. This is an incredible car! Tesla made a car that is incredibly simple to drive and to manage the abundant features it includes. You have games, entertainment, luxury and instant power! I've driven many cars in my life as I grew up in an automotive shop. Tesla broke the mold of regular cars. Be careful though... Once you drive it- you'll never want to drive a gas car again!

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Extras (3)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Beach gear

2 Foldable chairs, 2 mats for sand, 1 wagon for transportation. As a package

US$15/day1 available

Cooler

Igloo Cooler with wheels

US$5/day1 available

Child safety seat

I have booster seats and a car seat for infants.

US$5/day2 available

Guidelines

No pets please and no smoking.

Faqs

  • Charging and Cleaning

    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. To close the port simply disconnect from the charger and go inside the car and it will close on its own. If it does not please close from the screen. NEVER force it closed TESLA SUPERCHARGING If you are at a Tesla Supercharger station, simply plug the Supercharger cord into the Model 3 charge port to begin charging. (Note: Tesla Supercharging costs about $3 per 50 miles of juice. I will ask for reimbursement for any Supercharging at the end of the rental period.) ***Disconnect as soon as vehicle is charged or Idle fees will apply (Learn about idle fees below) THIRD PARTY EV CHARGING You can also charge at ANY EV charging station -- simply use the Tesla power converter, located in trunk, and attach that to the end of any standard charging cord. Note: you will need mobile phone payment capabilities for many third party EV chargers Note: You should not leave the car in the charge spot, once the charge is complete. This is a courtesy to other's needing to charge. Also, Tesla does charge an idle fee if you stay plugged in after your charge after too long. What are supercharger idle fees? All Teslas can incur idle fees that start after a 5 minute grace period when charging at a Supercharger is completed. For every additional minute a car remains connected to the Supercharger while in this "idle" state it will incur a $0.40/min idle fee. If the Supercharger is 50% occupied: $0.50/minute idle fee. If the Supercharger is 100% occupied: $1.00/minute idle fee. These are Tesla's rates and any charges will be passed on to you. Where can I charge? The navigation system can lead you to various charging options, (as mentioned above) however if you're the type that likes to plan ahead... For those staying at a San Diego Hotel, be sure to check out the map of Tesla destination chargers before you book (quick link below). https://tinyurl.com/y96k2yef For those taking the Deep Blue 3 for a road trip, the Supercharger network is definitely the way to go. In CA, the charge is $0.31 per kWh, or ~$0.07-$0.09 per mile (quick link below). https://tinyurl.com/y934zfhy If you’re just cruising around town and you want to ‘top off’, check out these phone apps for even more availability: - Volta (lists free chargers; 2 hour charge limit) - PlugShare - Charge Point There are 1000's more available charging spots you can find here: https://www.plugshare.com/ Many hotels and Airbnb's offer free plug ups for guests. You can also charge by plugging into a regular wall outlet, Cable and adapters are included and must be returned back at the end of the rental. In case, If they are missing there will be $800 replacement charge and it will be added to your Turo Reservation. Returning the car late? If you will be late returning a vehicle adjust your reservation using the app so that you will be protected with insurance coverage. Please note that sometimes a vehicle has back-to-back rentals and can be going out only an hour after it’s returned. Any late return will lead to a late return fee according to Turo regulations. Do we clean the car when returning? Car will be given clean, please make sure to return the car in same condition. Anything that requires more than a waterless wash and shakeout of car mats will be charged an appropriate cleaning fee. If car cannot be returned clean, we highly suggest to purchase the post-trip cleaning option.

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1 of 5

Tesla Model 3 2020

Long Range

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Adam
5.0
Adam
4 tripsJoined Aug 2021

Typically responds within 1 minute

Adam has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Model 3, long range with all-wheel drive. 0-60 in 4.2 seconds! Long range gives you more miles, but to be honest...it is way more car than a standard range and also includes Autosteer, with smart cruise control. This is an incredible car! Tesla made a car that is incredibly simple to drive and to manage the abundant features it includes. You have games, entertainment, luxury and instant power! I've driven many cars in my life as I grew up in an automotive shop. Tesla broke the mold of regular cars. Be careful though... Once you drive it- you'll never want to drive a gas car again!

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Beach gear

2 Foldable chairs, 2 mats for sand, 1 wagon for transportation. As a package

US$15/day1 available

Cooler

Igloo Cooler with wheels

US$5/day1 available

Child safety seat

I have booster seats and a car seat for infants.

US$5/day2 available

Guidelines

No pets please and no smoking.

Faqs

  • Charging and Cleaning

    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. To close the port simply disconnect from the charger and go inside the car and it will close on its own. If it does not please close from the screen. NEVER force it closed TESLA SUPERCHARGING If you are at a Tesla Supercharger station, simply plug the Supercharger cord into the Model 3 charge port to begin charging. (Note: Tesla Supercharging costs about $3 per 50 miles of juice. I will ask for reimbursement for any Supercharging at the end of the rental period.) ***Disconnect as soon as vehicle is charged or Idle fees will apply (Learn about idle fees below) THIRD PARTY EV CHARGING You can also charge at ANY EV charging station -- simply use the Tesla power converter, located in trunk, and attach that to the end of any standard charging cord. Note: you will need mobile phone payment capabilities for many third party EV chargers Note: You should not leave the car in the charge spot, once the charge is complete. This is a courtesy to other's needing to charge. Also, Tesla does charge an idle fee if you stay plugged in after your charge after too long. What are supercharger idle fees? All Teslas can incur idle fees that start after a 5 minute grace period when charging at a Supercharger is completed. For every additional minute a car remains connected to the Supercharger while in this "idle" state it will incur a $0.40/min idle fee. If the Supercharger is 50% occupied: $0.50/minute idle fee. If the Supercharger is 100% occupied: $1.00/minute idle fee. These are Tesla's rates and any charges will be passed on to you. Where can I charge? The navigation system can lead you to various charging options, (as mentioned above) however if you're the type that likes to plan ahead... For those staying at a San Diego Hotel, be sure to check out the map of Tesla destination chargers before you book (quick link below). https://tinyurl.com/y96k2yef For those taking the Deep Blue 3 for a road trip, the Supercharger network is definitely the way to go. In CA, the charge is $0.31 per kWh, or ~$0.07-$0.09 per mile (quick link below). https://tinyurl.com/y934zfhy If you’re just cruising around town and you want to ‘top off’, check out these phone apps for even more availability: - Volta (lists free chargers; 2 hour charge limit) - PlugShare - Charge Point There are 1000's more available charging spots you can find here: https://www.plugshare.com/ Many hotels and Airbnb's offer free plug ups for guests. You can also charge by plugging into a regular wall outlet, Cable and adapters are included and must be returned back at the end of the rental. In case, If they are missing there will be $800 replacement charge and it will be added to your Turo Reservation. Returning the car late? If you will be late returning a vehicle adjust your reservation using the app so that you will be protected with insurance coverage. Please note that sometimes a vehicle has back-to-back rentals and can be going out only an hour after it’s returned. Any late return will lead to a late return fee according to Turo regulations. Do we clean the car when returning? Car will be given clean, please make sure to return the car in same condition. Anything that requires more than a waterless wash and shakeout of car mats will be charged an appropriate cleaning fee. If car cannot be returned clean, we highly suggest to purchase the post-trip cleaning option.

Ratings and reviews

Book this car and be the first to review it.

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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