Tesla Model S 60 comes with 208 miles of range. The car comes loaded with every amenity you can imagine and is a beautiful black that never fails to turn heads. There is also plenty of cargo space with a front trunk in addition to the rear trunk. Supercharger enabled and you can return it with an empty charge, in addition to paying ABSOLUTELY ZERO for gas!!
There is a free parking for Tesla owners at following location. This location has 12 Tesla Superchargers. Please use one of the Supercharger to charge the car. 14700 Baltimore Ave, Laurel, MD 20707, United States
FREE delivery and pick up is offered for up to 30 miles FOR TRIPS OF 3 DAYS OR LONGER.
Please No Pets, No eating and No smoking. Food smells or spills will be charged a cleaning fee of $250. Smoke smells will be charged a $500 fee.
I will charge the car to 100% before delivery. This will give you a range of about 200 miles. You can charge for free at the Tesla Supercharger in Laurel, MD, or via many local charging options. PlugShare.com is a useful resource to find local charging stations. The home charging cable will be in the trunk to use for charging via a 120V outlet of a NEMA 14-50 outlet. I can show you how to use the cable at delivery.
See https://www.tesla.com/support/charging for more information.
Is there an age limit to rent this car?
Unfortunately there is. You have to be 24 or older to rent this vehicle.
Video, providing information about the operation, of a Tesla Model S
IMPORTANT TIPS ABOUT ELECTRIC VEHICLE
Always assume that the last 40 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.
Take every opportunity to charge at a supercharger. Even if you have 120 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.
On long trips, take breaks at superchargers.
Never cut it close. If the car runs out of charge, it will have to be towed on a flat bed truck (AT YOUR EXPENSE). If no supercharger is found, 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
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Arshad was very kind and helpful with the entire trip. He communicated well before hand and after and made the pick up and drop convenient and easy for me. He treats the entire experience like his personal business and you really feel taken care of. I would certainly recommend renting from him and I would rent from him again in the future.