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Jessica’s

Tesla Model X 2016

90D

4.84

(22 trips)

Pickup & return location
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Distance included

Day

150 mi

Week

1050 mi

Month

4500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

The car

Tesla Model X 2016

90D

4.84

(22 trips)

Electric

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

Jessica
4.9
Jessica
22 tripsJoined Oct 2018

Typically responds within 1 minute

Jessica has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

100% NON-SMOKING Red Multi-Coat Tesla Model X with falcon doors and AUTO PILOT with convenience features. SUPERCHARGING - FREE TRAVEL ANYWHERE (no gas, no charging costs) All Wheel Drive AUTO PILOT (Auto Steering, Lane Keeping and speed control, and summon) Premium connectivity all the time with Internet Radio, Google maps with live traffic and Navigation), GPS Enabled Air Suspension Falcon Wing Doors + more 7 Seat Configuration This car is FUN to drive and has so many bells and whistles. Drive to Tahoe or San Francisco on a single charge. FREE supercharging allows you to reach any destination with ease. Car will be given washed and clean. Please VACUUM & WASH prior to return or pay a $25 wash fee and we can take care of it. Car will be fully charged when you pick it up. Please return it CHARGED or pay $20 charge fee. You can recharge in minutes at any supercharging station for FREE. Use my referral link here 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/jessica73651

Deluxe class

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

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Sirius XM

Free unlimited Supercharging

Premium connectivity

Dual motor AWD

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. 

Extras (4)

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$40/trip

Unlimited mileage

Drive the car as many miles as you wish for an extra charge of $59 per day.

US$59/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

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$25/trip

Guidelines

100% NON-SMOKING (owner is allergic). Please return car with at least 200 miles charge or pre-pay for the charge (free supercharging available at Roseville Galleria or any supercharger). NO ANIMALS. Please return the car as clean as you receive it.

Faqs

  • How do I charge your electric car?

    Free supercharging at any Tesla supercharging station. Press the lightning bolt on the car screen for nearest options.

Ratings and reviews

4.84

(19 ratings)

Reviews

Andres V.

Andres16 Jun 2021

Check in/out was easy enough, seemed a little annoyed I was there 15 minutes early. We went over rules prior to pick up, she mentioned no smoking, I said no problem i don’t smoke at pick up she made point again and again i said i dont smoke (that annoyed me). Other than that car was clean and as promised. Purpose of rental was to test cars prior to buying next car for wife (we’re expecting our 3rd child in few months) had a 5 day rental and during first day of driving realized the Model X was just not going to work for us. I made request to shorten trip she agreed, thank you for that.

Adrian B.

adrian29 May 2021

Great experience

Matt S.

Matt10 May 2021

Car was immaculate. Jessica was helpful. First time driving a Tesla; quite a treat!!!

Kristofer Thomas M.

Kristofer Thomas22 Mar 2021

I had to think about this one for a few days before leaving a real honest and candid review.  All in all, this wasn't a great experience, and it appears that there was some sort of personality conflict between Jessica and I which created a layer of tension and a lack of communication. Have you ever had an experience where you just know that some STRONGLY dislikes you, and you aren't sure why? That's a little bit of what I experienced here. Our story begins with my wife and I preparing a weekend family/work trip to view homes in Reno Nevada for an upcoming relocation. A friend of mine who runs a Turo business has been telling me to get Tesla for quite sometime, and now that we will be commuting between Sacramento and Reno I thought this was a good opportunity to rent one and for my wife and I to experience autopilot on long drives. He informed me that in order to get the best Tesla experience, I should request App Access from the host, as they can easily add a guest to the car, and then I could experience everything the car as to offer. Such as, remote locking and unlocking the car (if the key is left inside for instance), the ability to control the climate when you're away from the car, sentry mode, and avoiding supercharing overages. In addition to those features, monitoring the cars rate of charge when you are away from the vehicle also provides a great peace of mind. I'll come back to this later. Although providing app access is an optional feature the Hosts provide, my friend extends this courtesy to all of his guests.  So the day of the rental arrives; I picked the car up, car was in immaculate condition. I asked the host if she could provide app access, and she informs me she did. I check the app, doesn't appear the account has been linked. No biggie. I ran a few errands, and picked my son up from daycare. He was really excited to sit in a model X Tesla and especially enamored with the wing doors! It was a warm day and after completing my tasks I came home and out of habit I cracked the windows 1/4 of an inch all around to vent any hot air from building up in the interior. It was a sunny and warm spring afternoon, no rain forecasted for that day or evening and I went to bed not thinking twice about it. I woke up in the morning with a few messages from the host. I guess the Tesla alerted her to the windows being down.  She sent me a message around 7:30pm asking me to roll the windows up and then again at 11:00pm. I was off of my phone and devices around 7:00pm getting the kids ready for bed, and my wife and I were asleep by 9pm in preparation of an early morning. This made me feel a bit... uneasy,  it felt as if I was being micro managed with my rental experience. I can understand a Tesla owner's desire of being protective of their investment; however, in no place did I read that windows must be rolled up at all times when the car is parked... in my driveway. I informed her that I would be sure to roll all the windows up and there was no rain so all was well. Checked the app access again, no account. I proceeded to send her a message "Still no guest access under the app yet :(" I provide her a link to Tesla's FAQ talking about car access as a courtesy. She replies asking why this was so important, and I clarify my request by telling her it provides the full Tesla experience and my friend who rents two Model 3's in San Francisco told me about this feature. Now, it's rather difficult to gauge a person's emotional state through a text message, but if I were to guess, at this point I could figuratively cut this tension with a knife. I was in the proverbial Turo renters dog house. Her messages were short, very well punctuated and lacking any emojis. I really felt as if I pissed her off by asking about app access and leaving the windows cracked a 1/4 of an inch. I told her my intention wasn't to make her feel uncomfortable and that it's a nice perk for guests, but ultimately this feature was up to her. Later that evening, after driving into Reno, Nevada we arrived at the Hampton Inn. The Hampton had a level 2 type charger on the premises. Basically, a 220v charger which isn't as quick as a supercharger but definitely gets the job done. Since we had a full schedule of driving the next day,  I attempted to set the charge limit to 100%; however, for whatever reason the charging menu was not coming up. Perhaps it's because its a "destination charger" and not a supercharger. I send her a message on Turo requesting she bump the capacity to 100% charge. She reads the message and does not reply. I feel as though she is being deliberately uncommunicative. Since I am unable to see what the charging limit has been set to, I am unaware of whether or not she completed my request. Before bed, I get dressed once more and head out to the parking lot to check on the car again to see if its completed charging. I don't want to be a charger hog, and since I have no way of remotely checking the capacity it requires me to physically go down and check on the vehicle. I check the car twice more before going to bed at 9pm. Next day arrives, my family proceeds to drive around Reno attending our housing appointments and then we make our trip home. Upon getting home it's getting really late and I realize I'll have to charge it the next morning. Morning comes, I take the car to the supercharger and it's taking longer than expected. I send her a message at 9:13am: "Hi Jessica, I'm charging the car right now. It looks like i'll only be able to charge it to 60% in order to make the drop off time. If you'd like me to charge the car to 80%+, I can return it at 11. Let me know what works best for you." "Thank you again for letting us take your car, it was an absolute pleasure to drive." Message is read and she then proceeds to not reply until 9:51am informing me she needs the car at 10am. Good thing I didn't sit around charging it more because I feel as though this would have given her even more of an opportunity to review me unfavorably. I run the car through the car wash, vacuum everything out, and towel the car dry. I even packed two towels for the job, one damp towel to wipe down the interior and the second to wipe down the exterior. Car was dropped off at 10:01am and I informed her it was cleaned and charged. Her reply felt short and inhospitable, there was no returning of pleasantries. It simply read, "Great. Thanks." In summary, I don't think i'd rent from Jessica again. She has a lot of stellar reviews, so perhaps she was having a bad day or she has a raging pet peeve of leaving the windows cracked. But overall, this was a stressful experience, as I was trying to be friendly, communicative and polite. I care for my Turo reputation and when I rent vehicles from Hosts I treat them as my own. This experience has still left me scratching my head up to almost a week later.

Jessica's response

I’m so sorry my replies to your messages were shorter than you wanted and didn't contain emojis. Thanks for your feedback. ☹️😞🥺

Turo

Turo16 Jan 2021

The host cancelled this trip last minute. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Jessica's response

My Tesla had a flat tire which I discovered at the time of making the car available to the renter. It needed to be towed. I felt really bad and offered the renter a discount for a future rental.

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The car

Tesla Model X 2016

90D

4.84

(22 trips)

Electric

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

Jessica
4.9
Jessica
22 tripsJoined Oct 2018

Typically responds within 1 minute

Jessica has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

100% NON-SMOKING Red Multi-Coat Tesla Model X with falcon doors and AUTO PILOT with convenience features. SUPERCHARGING - FREE TRAVEL ANYWHERE (no gas, no charging costs) All Wheel Drive AUTO PILOT (Auto Steering, Lane Keeping and speed control, and summon) Premium connectivity all the time with Internet Radio, Google maps with live traffic and Navigation), GPS Enabled Air Suspension Falcon Wing Doors + more 7 Seat Configuration This car is FUN to drive and has so many bells and whistles. Drive to Tahoe or San Francisco on a single charge. FREE supercharging allows you to reach any destination with ease. Car will be given washed and clean. Please VACUUM & WASH prior to return or pay a $25 wash fee and we can take care of it. Car will be fully charged when you pick it up. Please return it CHARGED or pay $20 charge fee. You can recharge in minutes at any supercharging station for FREE. Use my referral link here 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/jessica73651

Deluxe class

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

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Sirius XM

Free unlimited Supercharging

Premium connectivity

Dual motor AWD

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. 

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$40/trip

Unlimited mileage

Drive the car as many miles as you wish for an extra charge of $59 per day.

US$59/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

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$25/trip

Guidelines

100% NON-SMOKING (owner is allergic). Please return car with at least 200 miles charge or pre-pay for the charge (free supercharging available at Roseville Galleria or any supercharger). NO ANIMALS. Please return the car as clean as you receive it.

Faqs

  • How do I charge your electric car?

    Free supercharging at any Tesla supercharging station. Press the lightning bolt on the car screen for nearest options.

Ratings and reviews

4.84

(19 ratings)

Reviews

Andres V.

Andres16 Jun 2021

Check in/out was easy enough, seemed a little annoyed I was there 15 minutes early. We went over rules prior to pick up, she mentioned no smoking, I said no problem i don’t smoke at pick up she made point again and again i said i dont smoke (that annoyed me). Other than that car was clean and as promised. Purpose of rental was to test cars prior to buying next car for wife (we’re expecting our 3rd child in few months) had a 5 day rental and during first day of driving realized the Model X was just not going to work for us. I made request to shorten trip she agreed, thank you for that.

Adrian B.

adrian29 May 2021

Great experience

Matt S.

Matt10 May 2021

Car was immaculate. Jessica was helpful. First time driving a Tesla; quite a treat!!!

Kristofer Thomas M.

Kristofer Thomas22 Mar 2021

I had to think about this one for a few days before leaving a real honest and candid review.  All in all, this wasn't a great experience, and it appears that there was some sort of personality conflict between Jessica and I which created a layer of tension and a lack of communication. Have you ever had an experience where you just know that some STRONGLY dislikes you, and you aren't sure why? That's a little bit of what I experienced here. Our story begins with my wife and I preparing a weekend family/work trip to view homes in Reno Nevada for an upcoming relocation. A friend of mine who runs a Turo business has been telling me to get Tesla for quite sometime, and now that we will be commuting between Sacramento and Reno I thought this was a good opportunity to rent one and for my wife and I to experience autopilot on long drives. He informed me that in order to get the best Tesla experience, I should request App Access from the host, as they can easily add a guest to the car, and then I could experience everything the car as to offer. Such as, remote locking and unlocking the car (if the key is left inside for instance), the ability to control the climate when you're away from the car, sentry mode, and avoiding supercharing overages. In addition to those features, monitoring the cars rate of charge when you are away from the vehicle also provides a great peace of mind. I'll come back to this later. Although providing app access is an optional feature the Hosts provide, my friend extends this courtesy to all of his guests.  So the day of the rental arrives; I picked the car up, car was in immaculate condition. I asked the host if she could provide app access, and she informs me she did. I check the app, doesn't appear the account has been linked. No biggie. I ran a few errands, and picked my son up from daycare. He was really excited to sit in a model X Tesla and especially enamored with the wing doors! It was a warm day and after completing my tasks I came home and out of habit I cracked the windows 1/4 of an inch all around to vent any hot air from building up in the interior. It was a sunny and warm spring afternoon, no rain forecasted for that day or evening and I went to bed not thinking twice about it. I woke up in the morning with a few messages from the host. I guess the Tesla alerted her to the windows being down.  She sent me a message around 7:30pm asking me to roll the windows up and then again at 11:00pm. I was off of my phone and devices around 7:00pm getting the kids ready for bed, and my wife and I were asleep by 9pm in preparation of an early morning. This made me feel a bit... uneasy,  it felt as if I was being micro managed with my rental experience. I can understand a Tesla owner's desire of being protective of their investment; however, in no place did I read that windows must be rolled up at all times when the car is parked... in my driveway. I informed her that I would be sure to roll all the windows up and there was no rain so all was well. Checked the app access again, no account. I proceeded to send her a message "Still no guest access under the app yet :(" I provide her a link to Tesla's FAQ talking about car access as a courtesy. She replies asking why this was so important, and I clarify my request by telling her it provides the full Tesla experience and my friend who rents two Model 3's in San Francisco told me about this feature. Now, it's rather difficult to gauge a person's emotional state through a text message, but if I were to guess, at this point I could figuratively cut this tension with a knife. I was in the proverbial Turo renters dog house. Her messages were short, very well punctuated and lacking any emojis. I really felt as if I pissed her off by asking about app access and leaving the windows cracked a 1/4 of an inch. I told her my intention wasn't to make her feel uncomfortable and that it's a nice perk for guests, but ultimately this feature was up to her. Later that evening, after driving into Reno, Nevada we arrived at the Hampton Inn. The Hampton had a level 2 type charger on the premises. Basically, a 220v charger which isn't as quick as a supercharger but definitely gets the job done. Since we had a full schedule of driving the next day,  I attempted to set the charge limit to 100%; however, for whatever reason the charging menu was not coming up. Perhaps it's because its a "destination charger" and not a supercharger. I send her a message on Turo requesting she bump the capacity to 100% charge. She reads the message and does not reply. I feel as though she is being deliberately uncommunicative. Since I am unable to see what the charging limit has been set to, I am unaware of whether or not she completed my request. Before bed, I get dressed once more and head out to the parking lot to check on the car again to see if its completed charging. I don't want to be a charger hog, and since I have no way of remotely checking the capacity it requires me to physically go down and check on the vehicle. I check the car twice more before going to bed at 9pm. Next day arrives, my family proceeds to drive around Reno attending our housing appointments and then we make our trip home. Upon getting home it's getting really late and I realize I'll have to charge it the next morning. Morning comes, I take the car to the supercharger and it's taking longer than expected. I send her a message at 9:13am: "Hi Jessica, I'm charging the car right now. It looks like i'll only be able to charge it to 60% in order to make the drop off time. If you'd like me to charge the car to 80%+, I can return it at 11. Let me know what works best for you." "Thank you again for letting us take your car, it was an absolute pleasure to drive." Message is read and she then proceeds to not reply until 9:51am informing me she needs the car at 10am. Good thing I didn't sit around charging it more because I feel as though this would have given her even more of an opportunity to review me unfavorably. I run the car through the car wash, vacuum everything out, and towel the car dry. I even packed two towels for the job, one damp towel to wipe down the interior and the second to wipe down the exterior. Car was dropped off at 10:01am and I informed her it was cleaned and charged. Her reply felt short and inhospitable, there was no returning of pleasantries. It simply read, "Great. Thanks." In summary, I don't think i'd rent from Jessica again. She has a lot of stellar reviews, so perhaps she was having a bad day or she has a raging pet peeve of leaving the windows cracked. But overall, this was a stressful experience, as I was trying to be friendly, communicative and polite. I care for my Turo reputation and when I rent vehicles from Hosts I treat them as my own. This experience has still left me scratching my head up to almost a week later.

Jessica's response

I’m so sorry my replies to your messages were shorter than you wanted and didn't contain emojis. Thanks for your feedback. ☹️😞🥺

Turo

Turo16 Jan 2021

The host cancelled this trip last minute. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Jessica's response

My Tesla had a flat tire which I discovered at the time of making the car available to the renter. It needed to be towed. I felt really bad and offered the renter a discount for a future rental.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

150 mi

Week

1050 mi

Month

4500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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