Tesla Model S Rental in San Francisco, CA | Turo
Craig’s
Tesla Model S2015
85D
7 trips
$ 139
per day
The car
Craig’s
Tesla Model S
2015
85D
7 trips
5 seats
4 doors
Electric
Description
This car is an incredible Tesla Model S 90D, with a range of 277 miles when fully charged and 21" performance wheels and tires. Car does 0-60 in 4.2 seconds - the feeling of the instant acceleration and torque is hard to describe, and really has to be driven to be appreciated. In addition, the Model S is the safest car on the road - 5 star safety rating, and literally broke the scale for the safety tests performed on the vehicle.

Car is loaded with options (air suspension, ultra high fidelity sound system, roof rack, satellite radio, etc.). Features autopilot driver assistance, adaptive cruise control, self parking functionality and summon - detailed instructions included below.

Car will be charged to at least 180 miles for every rental - if you need more than that, please contact me in advance to make sure I can have it ready. Car is also grandfathered in for free unlimited supercharging, so there is no cost for gas on road trips - just take advantage of the Tesla Supercharger network! Car also has a roof rack installed, so can be used for road trips easily if you need some extra space or want to use a ski rack - and with all wheel drive and auto-pilot, it's the perfect car for trips to Tahoe!

No smoking, no pets and no off-roading please.
Features
  • Automatic transmission
  • GPS
  • All-wheel drive
  • Long-term car
  • Bluetooth
  • Pet friendly
  • Toll pass
  • Heated seats
  • Sunroof
  • Must be age 30+ to rent
  • Leather seats
  • Auto parking
  • Roof rack
  • 21" Premium Wheels
  • Ultra HD Sound
  • Satellite radio
  • Front trunk
  • Air suspension
  • Auto-pilot enabled
  • Emergency auto-braking
Parking details
Car is parked at Townsend and Lusk, and I'll provide more details after rental and meet you there to hand over the key and car. Thanks!
Guidelines
Please no smoking and no pets. Otherwise please just take good care of the car, make sure that it's cleaned up when you're done and that you treat it like you would your own car! And enjoy - have fun!
FAQs
Do I have to pay for charging?
NO! Charging is free at all Tesla Supercharger locations (identified on the cars GPS map), so your only cost will be the rental fee and then whatever toll charges you incur - no charge for gas like you would with a regular car, so the Model S is perfect for lengthy road trips.
How does auto-pilot work?
Auto-pilot is an incredible feature, especially for rush hour driving. You need to be alert when using it, and always ready to take over - but it's really life changing functionality. First, Auto-pilot is a terrible name for this system :) if you don't pay attention for any extended period of time, you will crash - 100%. I can't tell you how many times I've had to move the car back into my lane, grab the wheel to avoid a median, etc. But it's also really amazing, and can be an awesome tool. It mostly works very well. There are a few different pieces: a) Adaptive cruise control. You use the shorter stalk on the lefthand side of the wheel (below where the wipers and turn signal is), and pull it towards you once to set the adaptive cruise speed. Then you turn the end of the stalk towards you or away from you to change the number of car lengths between you and the car in front of you (I suggest using at least 3, and probably 4 or more on the highway to be safe). The car will go the max speed you set it at until it senses a car in front of you, and then it will slow down and keep the distance between you and that car that you've designated (based on number of car lengths). It is fantastic. One thing to be aware of is that if the cars in front of you slam on their brakes, you do not want to rely on autopilot to stop for you. It probably will, but I have heard reports of people rear ending cars in front of them because it didn't stop soon enough. b) Full Auto-pilot: So when you start driving, you'll see a tiny outline of a steering wheel appear to the right of the speed you're traveling on the dash. When that little wheel is visible, it means autopilot can see the lines and is available. You'll also be able to see images of the other cars on the road, and the lines the car is able to see - they'll be grey initially, and once autopilot is engaged, they will turn blue. When the little steering wheel is visible, you pull the same stalk you used for adaptive cruise back towards you twice, and you should hear a beep, and see that the little steering wheel and the lines will turn blue. It works on highways and also on regular roads - and it's great for stop and go traffic. When you're close to another car in stop and go traffic, or when the car loses the lines and autopilot is engaged (and it can see the car in front of you) you'll see that the autopilot will target the car in front of you instead of the lines, and that car will turn blue. The Tesla will then follow that car's path instead of the lines - and it will often switch back and forth. Okay those are the basics - I've also attached a link to some YouTube videos below. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=DbPqIHwSHos There's also some functionality called Summon where you can move the car remotely from the key FOB - here's a link to how that works. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=99WRokoBtXU Here's a video on perpendicular auto-parking (parallel parking works similarly, though will not work on an end space... has to be parking in a spot with a car on each side): https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ic8T-kUbaRM And there are a bunch of others, as well. If you have any questions or issues, you can probably find what you need on youtube or in the Tesla forums, or don't hesitate to call. Have a great day w the car, and take good care of the car! Craig 773.220.4653
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San Francisco, CA 94107
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