Newly delivered in September 2016, a 2016 Model S 60 with the latest body style in midnight silver metallic and custom red calipers. This car has all the luxury: Autopilot, panoramic sunroof, 17" touchscreen, Nav, backup camera, ultrasonic sensors, and terrestrial internet radio. Windows have maximum legal tint and interior is all black--black seats, black headliner, black flooring, and black mats. This car can propel you forward in the smoothest fastest acceleration you've ever experienced outside of a launch roller coaster. Be prepared to have fun and enjoy the Greater Tampa Bay area in luxury.
The car comes with the mobile charging adapter to take on-the-go with 210 mile range, free charging stations all over the place via the free PlugShare app, and free Superchargers in Brandon, Ocala, Orlando, etc via the touchscreen Nav. Just speak to the car telling it where you want to go and it will plot the course along with any charging stops if necessary.
Must be age 30+ to rent
Automatic Parallel Parking
Automatic Standard Space Parking
Please keep in mind the charging responsibility the renter assumes when renting this fully-electric car. You must arrive with the car for return with at least 40 miles of charge on the battery ($40 fine if drop-off is not at my home, and $20 if drop-off is at my home). Also, the battery's charge should not drop below 20 miles because of the longevity risks of lithium-ion batteries ($100 fine for negligence). All Tesla owners have access to their car's MPH, charge state, location, etc.
Please no animals or smoking in the car.
How do I charge your electric car?
The Tesla can be charged using the onboard equipment I will supply and demonstrate. There is a Tesla standard Mobile Connector that allows for connection to many types of wall outlets. I also supply a 15ft 50 Amp extension cable that's meant for RV hookups in order to facilitate a fast yet safe charge.
4 miles/hour of charge: Standard wall outlet found around the house (12 amps @ 110V)
16 miles/hour of charge: Dryer hookups (24 Amps @ 240V)
28 miles/hour of charge: Electric stove hookup (aka NEMA 14-50) (40 Amps @ 240V)
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