Tesla Supercharging stations for the long haul trips: completely free of charge. Just plug in, walk-around, and the charge typically takes less than 1 hour!
Closest Supercharger is in Culver City close to the car's location.
Car's max range is 200 miles! I do not have access to charging readily, however, the car will always have at least 120 miles at the time of pickup.
No GPS, but Bluetooth works great when you pair your phone while using Google maps.
This little guy has made it to Vancouver before and it's the lowest range Tesla, so you'll be totally fine!
How do I charge the car?
Tesla has a network of dedicated "Superchargers". Just pull into the station, take the plug, push the button, and the cable into the charge port. That simple!
On the maps application on the Tesla, which I will show you when you pickup the car, there are red bubbles with lightning bolts. These indicate Tesla Superchargers. Although the car itself does not have navigation, you can type in "Tesla Supercharger" and then the city name that it is located in, and google will navigate you there.
These Supercharger stops are also not in the middle of nowhere. The vast majority are located next to shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, etc. Basically places you would want to be, unlike a gas station!
To be fair, however, these chargers take time to recharge the batteries, but it's completely free with the life of the vehicle. And for you, the Turo renter, means no extra charge to drive the car around.
2013 Tesla Model STesla in Westwood, CA1553
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