Tesla Model S Rental in San Francisco, CA | Turo
Tesla Model S2013
138 trips
$ 100
per day
The car
Tesla Model S
138 trips
5 seats
4 doors
This is a 85KWh performance edition car, with Pearl White paint, Panoramic Glass Sun roof, Black performance interior, 17" touch screen, Leather seats, Tech Package, GPS and Ultra High Fidelity sound. It's a real pleasure to drive. Note: This car does not have autopilot features.

No mileage limits! Please feel free to take it on long trips, at no extra cost per mile.

You can charge the car for free at Tesla superchargers. In the trunk, you will find cables and adapters, that can be used to connect to different charging systems. Details here: https://www.teslamotors.com/models-charging.

The car will be charged before pick up. No need to charge before returning it. You can return it "empty".

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  • Automatic transmission
  • GPS
  • Long-term car
  • Bluetooth
  • USB input
  • Toll pass
It is best, to not let the remaining charge, fall below 50 miles.
Save on gas! Drive electric
This car includes free Tesla supercharger access. Most destination chargers are also free.
Videos, providing information about the operation, of a Tesla Model S
https://youtu.be/kLIBYlgsHis https://www.tesla.com/support/model-s-walkthrough
Does this car have Fastrak?
A Fastrak toll payment device is installed in this car. All Fastrak tolls are included in the rental.
Useful tips to prevent range anxiety (that worked for me)
1. Always assume that the last 50 miles of charge is not there. If the remaining charge shows 200 miles, you should plan on getting to a charger in 150 miles. The displayed range is under ideal conditions - 55 mph on a freeway, at warm temperatures. 2. Take every opportunity to charge at a supercharger. Even if you have 150 miles left when you are near a supercharger, please go ahead and plug it in for a few minutes. It might save anxious moments later. 3. Use waiting times to charge. If waiting near SFO Airport, instead of the cell phone parking lot, plug in at the San Mateo supercharger. On long trips, take breaks at superchargers. 4. Never cut it close. If the car runs out of charge, it will have to be towed on a flat bed truck. 5. If no supercharger, where possible, it is preferable to use 220V electrical sockets. These have the NEMA 14-50 or J1772 connectors. They typically charge at 20-25 miles an hour. The 110V chargers will give you just 5 miles an hour. 6. You can use the GPS in the car to find chargers. On a PC or phone, you can use this link: https://www.tesla.com/findus
Car location
San Francisco, CA 94133
San Francisco International Airport