How do I sign up for Turo?
You can sign up via your Facebook or Google account
How do I charge the Tesla?
You can charge at home or via one of the hundreds of Tesla Supercharger stations throughout the US. Charging at a Supercharger is much faster (up to 100x) than charging at home
How do I know where to charge the Tesla?
In short, if you use the Tesla GPS you will never run out of charge.
Input your destination into the Tesla GPS, the GPS will guide you to your destination while factoring in how much battery and charge you have. If you don't have enough charge to make it to your destination, the Tesla GPS will make sure to guide you to a Supercharger along the way. Don't worry, the GPS will also tell you how much and how long to charge for so that you have enough juice for your way back.
Does this Tesla have Autopilot?
Yes, Autopilot is very easy to use, and it's absolutely revolutionary, but the driver still needs to pay full attention to the road. There have been many avoidable accidents while the Tesla was engaged in Autopilot due to driver neglect and sudden changes in road condition (ie: construction).
I will send you a simple guide on how to use Autopilot once your reservation is complete.
Does the Tesla take gas?
Absolutely not. Teslas are full electric vehicles.
How big is the battery pack?
How much range does the Tesla have?
240 miles of range when charged fully. In real-life driving conditions this is equivalent to ~210 miles, depending on how you drive. When engaged in Insane Mode, 240 miles of range is roughly 180 miles in real life driving. The weather (if it's very cold) also negatively affects range.
How does the Tesla handle snow?
I have brand new snow tires, and will switch these on from November - February. With the snow tires and AWD dual motor system, the Tesla handles snow well, but for precautionary reasons I do not recommend driving the Tesla with more than 6inches of snow accumulation.