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Uneeb’sTesla Model S2017
100D
5 trips
$
151

per day

$
151
per day
23.10.2019
10:00
29.10.2019
10:00
Pickup & return location
Loma Linda, CA 92354
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Distance included
Day
200 mi
Week
1000 mi
Month
1500 mi
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The car

Tesla Model S2017

100D
5 trips
Electric
4 doors
7 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Uneeb
5 tripsJoined Juni 2018
Typically responds within 1 minute

Description

***FAQ TO ALL DRIVERS REGARDING AUTOPILOT: IT IS ONLY INTENDED FOR CRUISING, YOU MUST BE ATTENTIVE TO TAKE OVER AT ALL TIMES, INCLUDING BRAKING SUDDENLY IF OTHER POOR DRIVERS ARE ERRATIC/SUDDENLY CHANGE LANES OR IF LANE MARKERS ON ROADS ARE NOT VISIBLE/DAMAGED AS IT RELIES ON THESE*** ***INCLUDED RENTAL FEATURES TO FOLLOW :) *** /// EXTERIOR /// Midnight Silver Metallic Paint Glass Roof (Whole roof) 19" Silver Slipstream Wheels Front & Rear Trunks with 31.6 ft^3 of space Keyless Entry with Self-Presenting Door Handles /// INTERIOR /// White Leather Carbon Fiber Décor Dark Headliner Phone Dock (iPhone Lightning Compatible) /// CHARGING /// Free Supercharging Included High Amperage Charger Included /// OPTIONS /// Enhanced Autopilot (Can stay in one lane at your selected speed forever, and initiate lane changes if you use the indicator, it will also slow down if there are vehicles in front of you) Full Self-Driving Capability (Availability dependent on State Laws) Premium Upgrades Package (HEPA Air Filtration with Biodefense Mode/Hospital-Grade Positive Pressure Ventilation, Custom Audio with 11-speakers and sub-woofer, All Heated Seats and Mirrors and Nozzles) Smart Air Suspension Rear Facing Seats (2x Child Safety Seats in Rear Trunk)

DELUXE CLASS

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Audio input
All-wheel drive
Bluetooth
Pet friendly
Child seat
USB input
Toll pass
Heated seats
Front/Rear/Parallel Auto-Parking
Autopilot (Enhanced Cruise Control)

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Beach towel
Can offer two beach towels for rent.
$1/day2 available
Camp chair
I have an Ozark Reclining Camp chair for rent (will throw in plush blanket with it for free)
$12/trip1 available
Picnic basket
I have an Igloo 16 Qt. Playmate Cooler for rent.
$1/day1 available
Air mattress
I have an Intex Expedition Series (includes motorized unit) Queen size mattress available. Will throw in plush blanket (queen size) with it.
$5/day1 available
Camera
I can offer you a MAVIC PRO DRONE, or CASIO EXILIM EX-Z1000 10MP DIGITAL CAMERA (with accessories) and a blank SD card. Price covers rental of camera and purchase of a 2 GB SD card which you can keep.
$45/trip1 available
Portable WiFi hotspot
THIS IS A TABLET WITH 2 GB data on a Verizon hotspot included. Will be brought with rental car.
$5/day1 available
Prepaid EV recharge
Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range.
$15/trip
One-way trip
If you only need this for a one way trip I charge for uber/lyft fees (with buffer for surge price) here to retrieve the vehicle. I will only allow this for trips under 30 miles. I have a CAC card and can enter military bases for pickup if needed.
$75/trip
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal. If these are found you will be charged extra.
$170/trip
Unlimited mileage
If on long routes please listen to nav charging suggestion. If under 35 miles left you must find a charger via the LIGHTNING button on the nav screen. If using Tesla supercharger (its like a gas pump) it charges me. If using non-Tesla, YOU must pay
$50/trip

Parking details

Street parking available, and garage available in home (Homelink software in the vehicle should automatically be able to open the garage, if not press the Homelink (House shaped) button on the main panel to see options).

Guidelines

No smoking, pets welcome (see FAQ above regarding amenities/possible damages)

Faqs

  • Are pets okay?
    ALL PETS ARE FINE AS LONG AS YOU USE SEAT COVERS (PROVIDED WITH RENTAL IN FRONT TRUNK) OR A CARRIER (BYOC), THE VEGAN LEATHER MAY FRAY FROM PET NAILS AND DAMAGES WILL BE ASSESSED
  • How many can this car actually hold?
    REGARDING CAPACITY: THIS CAR SEATS 7 TOTAL; 5 ADULTS, and 2 INDIVIDUALS UNDER 5' 2" using REAR FACING REAR TRUNK SEATS COMFORTABLY (Basically two children) AND IF USING REAR FACING SEATS YOU WILL ONLY HAVE FRONT TRUNK CAPACITY
  • How does the autopark work?
    It is mostly reliable, but it must see either lane markings, or be between two vehicles to know for certain if it can safely deliver the vehicle (distance-wise). If you are backing into a spot or are near a parallel parking spot (usually drive 50% past it for it to detect) and then hit the reverse button it will show a parking screen and then (ONLY IF IT DETECTS) a "Start Auto-Park" feature. Once you engage it, let go of the brake and let it do its work. Sometimes if it overestimated the space it may stop autopark in the middle and ask you to complete it. It's worked well for me over 75% of the time.
  • How do I charge the car?
    The easiest way is to use the Tesla supercharger network. The lightning button on the navigation display (right hand side) can pull up a list of Tesla and non-Tesla chargers. PLEASE NOTE, BY DEFAULT THE BATTERY CHARGES TO 90% TO PRESERVE ITS LIFE. IF YOU NEED MORE JUICE TURN ON RANGE MODE FOR 100%. If you use the Tesla supercharger its easy, just like any other car drive in (front side) with the rear next to the pump (charging station). Take the hose, click the button on the hose tip, and insert it into the charging port FULLY. It will start flashing green if it inserted correctly. If it didn't you probably did not insert far enough, press the hose button one more time, pull out, and then reinsert. THIS CHARGES THE FASTEST! (~200-250 miles per hour) If you use any other charger (non-Tesla) you should follow their on-site instructions. Usually you have to download an app (like Chargepoint) set up an account, open up the charging cables in my trunk/insert into their hose as needed, and then follow the above instructions. Every charger is a little bit different but if you're having issues you could call me. THESE CHARGE SLOWER (~5-25 miles per hour). If you are next to a regular wall socket (or a larger appliance socket) when out at a parking lot or when visiting someone you can use the charging cables in my trunk with the appropriate socket size. (THESE ARE THE SLOWEST AND CHARGE ANYWHERE FROM 1-5 miles per hour!) If you have any difficulty using the hose (e.g. it really is NOT inserting at all) then call me.
  • How much mileage does the car give?
    I have the 100D which has the largest (100 kW) battery size. It gives me about 300-350 miles if you drive on average about 30-50 mph (aka city driving). If you're going to accelerate a lot, or go higher than those average city driving speeds then you're looking at somewhere between 200-300 miles per charge. I would recommend trying to find a charger when you have less than 30 miles left. There is a RANGE MODE in the settings which you can enable for long drives (let's you charge an extra 10% of the battery), extra 20-40 miles. There is also an ENERGY SAVER MODE, which will disable extraneous electronics (though be wary it also affects AC) to give you a few extra miles.
  • What if I get a flat tire? Does the car have a flat tire?
    Unfortunately Tesla's do not come with flat tires. We pretty much have to call the complimentary road service that came with our vehicles. If this happens call me right away so I can initiate it and/or meet you. The security lugnut is in the glove compartment, in case anyone needs to replace. I am purchasing a flat tire kit from Tesla but may not have in time by the time you rent it (e.g. if I haven't updated this entry). Once I do this will patch you up until you can get to a mechanic to fully patch the tire.
  • Where is the first aid kit?
    There is one in the trunk on the left hand side, next to/underneath the charging cables (as of 06-2018 it is fully stocked). I would appreciate it if you let me know if you need any items from it so I can replenish it for myself or other future drivers.
  • How do I engage Autopilot (the enhanced cruise control) features?
    Note: Be sure the road has well indicated markings because Tesla relies on ultrasonic and visual cameras to ensure it stays "in the lane". Obviously human drivers can gauge better/estimate where lanes should be so don't use autopilot if a child could not point out the lane markings. It should work in the rain too as it uses multiple sensors. Step 1) Drive to the speed and lane you want to be in, then pull the small panel stick (bottom left of the wheel) toward you once. This will engage autospeed. Optional) You can set the cruise maximum speed, it will slow down as needed if cars slow ahead. As needed you can pull it relatively forcefully up to add an extra 5 mi to your desired upper cruise speed, or gently pull up for 1 mile increments. Step 2) Once you are securely in the lane pull that same stick toward you twice in succession. This enables steering. Optional) If you need to change lanes just use the indicator, the car will do it for you. I recommend there be PLENTY of space between you and drivers in the lane you're switching. Try not to engage it when someone is trying to pass you/going faster than you in the other lane. The car will initiate regardless and you may find it scary when it suddenly warns you/jerks away because of that aggressive driver. WARNING: BE READY TO TAKE OVER ANYTIME, the car is like 90%+ good at driving on its own, but as I mentioned above with aggressive drivers or strange lanes YOU NEED TO TAKE OVER SOONER than it will engage. The technology is good but not perfect as you've probably read in the news. WARNING: Autopilot needs to know you're there, every min or so it will check for resistance from your hands on the wheel. I recommend keeping your hand comfortably limp on the 4-6 o clock positions of the wheel and just let it resist you as it turns. As with the previous warning be ready to take over at anytime due to other drivers/construction/etc! WARNING: If the road splits and/or you're in a turning lane on a highway where an exit is coming up, the car may stray while you're using autopilot because it tries to be mid-way between lane markings (and the turn lane marker is drifting). Through intersections/lower speeds it knows to stay straight based on drivers around you. But at high speeds/highways you MAY need to correct it. It is safer to cruise in a non-right/turning lane.
  • Can I watch videos on the main display/show a movie to my kids?
    Because the main video panel is in the driver's view by law it can't play movies and such. I have a magnetic mount on my dash which you can attach your phone/rotate as needed and it can face your passengers to show em a video. Otherwise you'll have to bring your own mount (non-sticky if possible please) to show your passengers.
  • What kind of music options do I have?
    Radio is standard, it has high def radio (it can listen to multiple channels at the same radio station, you'll see). It has streaming (the Tesla network, which is pretty much like spotify). Search for your stations, unlimited skipping. Please don't thumb up or down things (for other drivers' sakes :) ) You can connect your phone and use bluetooth. I'd just ask that you remove your phone once you've returned my car so that I don't have access to your info ever again. Technically it can use its internal web browser and listen to website audio there also. Obviously youtube is a no-no due to video. But I've used music blogs and have been able to load audio. (Website dependent, somewhat unreliable).

Reviews

4 ratings

The host cancelled this trip 1 day before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Turo-17. Juli 2019

Uneeb’s Tesla was awesome, beautiful, and exactly as described. It handled great during our trip! Pick up and return was easy. Uneeb was super nice and I would not hesitate to rent from him again!

Jeffrey M.-7. Jan. 2019

Awesome experience. Uneeb set the bar high. I would rent from him again.

Myole G.-4. Jan. 2019

Great experience! I would definitely recommend renting from Uneeb.

Eric M.-4. Aug. 2018

Uneeb was very honest, trustworthy and reliable, I’m recommended him to all my family and friends. This was my first time using Turo and he made it worth it. I will definitely use his service again and Turo. Thank you Uneeb.

Hilal F.-25. Juli 2018

The car

Tesla Model S2017

100D
5 trips
Electric
4 doors
7 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Uneeb
5 tripsJoined Juni 2018
Typically responds within 1 minute

Description

***FAQ TO ALL DRIVERS REGARDING AUTOPILOT: IT IS ONLY INTENDED FOR CRUISING, YOU MUST BE ATTENTIVE TO TAKE OVER AT ALL TIMES, INCLUDING BRAKING SUDDENLY IF OTHER POOR DRIVERS ARE ERRATIC/SUDDENLY CHANGE LANES OR IF LANE MARKERS ON ROADS ARE NOT VISIBLE/DAMAGED AS IT RELIES ON THESE*** ***INCLUDED RENTAL FEATURES TO FOLLOW :) *** /// EXTERIOR /// Midnight Silver Metallic Paint Glass Roof (Whole roof) 19" Silver Slipstream Wheels Front & Rear Trunks with 31.6 ft^3 of space Keyless Entry with Self-Presenting Door Handles /// INTERIOR /// White Leather Carbon Fiber Décor Dark Headliner Phone Dock (iPhone Lightning Compatible) /// CHARGING /// Free Supercharging Included High Amperage Charger Included /// OPTIONS /// Enhanced Autopilot (Can stay in one lane at your selected speed forever, and initiate lane changes if you use the indicator, it will also slow down if there are vehicles in front of you) Full Self-Driving Capability (Availability dependent on State Laws) Premium Upgrades Package (HEPA Air Filtration with Biodefense Mode/Hospital-Grade Positive Pressure Ventilation, Custom Audio with 11-speakers and sub-woofer, All Heated Seats and Mirrors and Nozzles) Smart Air Suspension Rear Facing Seats (2x Child Safety Seats in Rear Trunk)

DELUXE CLASS

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Audio input
All-wheel drive
Bluetooth
Pet friendly
Child seat
USB input
Toll pass
Heated seats
Front/Rear/Parallel Auto-Parking
Autopilot (Enhanced Cruise Control)

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
Beach towel
Can offer two beach towels for rent.
$1/day2 available
Camp chair
I have an Ozark Reclining Camp chair for rent (will throw in plush blanket with it for free)
$12/trip1 available
Picnic basket
I have an Igloo 16 Qt. Playmate Cooler for rent.
$1/day1 available
Air mattress
I have an Intex Expedition Series (includes motorized unit) Queen size mattress available. Will throw in plush blanket (queen size) with it.
$5/day1 available
Camera
I can offer you a MAVIC PRO DRONE, or CASIO EXILIM EX-Z1000 10MP DIGITAL CAMERA (with accessories) and a blank SD card. Price covers rental of camera and purchase of a 2 GB SD card which you can keep.
$45/trip1 available
Portable WiFi hotspot
THIS IS A TABLET WITH 2 GB data on a Verizon hotspot included. Will be brought with rental car.
$5/day1 available
Prepaid EV recharge
Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range.
$15/trip
One-way trip
If you only need this for a one way trip I charge for uber/lyft fees (with buffer for surge price) here to retrieve the vehicle. I will only allow this for trips under 30 miles. I have a CAC card and can enter military bases for pickup if needed.
$75/trip
Post-trip cleaning
Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal. If these are found you will be charged extra.
$170/trip
Unlimited mileage
If on long routes please listen to nav charging suggestion. If under 35 miles left you must find a charger via the LIGHTNING button on the nav screen. If using Tesla supercharger (its like a gas pump) it charges me. If using non-Tesla, YOU must pay
$50/trip

Parking details

Street parking available, and garage available in home (Homelink software in the vehicle should automatically be able to open the garage, if not press the Homelink (House shaped) button on the main panel to see options).

Guidelines

No smoking, pets welcome (see FAQ above regarding amenities/possible damages)

Faqs

  • Are pets okay?
    ALL PETS ARE FINE AS LONG AS YOU USE SEAT COVERS (PROVIDED WITH RENTAL IN FRONT TRUNK) OR A CARRIER (BYOC), THE VEGAN LEATHER MAY FRAY FROM PET NAILS AND DAMAGES WILL BE ASSESSED
  • How many can this car actually hold?
    REGARDING CAPACITY: THIS CAR SEATS 7 TOTAL; 5 ADULTS, and 2 INDIVIDUALS UNDER 5' 2" using REAR FACING REAR TRUNK SEATS COMFORTABLY (Basically two children) AND IF USING REAR FACING SEATS YOU WILL ONLY HAVE FRONT TRUNK CAPACITY
  • How does the autopark work?
    It is mostly reliable, but it must see either lane markings, or be between two vehicles to know for certain if it can safely deliver the vehicle (distance-wise). If you are backing into a spot or are near a parallel parking spot (usually drive 50% past it for it to detect) and then hit the reverse button it will show a parking screen and then (ONLY IF IT DETECTS) a "Start Auto-Park" feature. Once you engage it, let go of the brake and let it do its work. Sometimes if it overestimated the space it may stop autopark in the middle and ask you to complete it. It's worked well for me over 75% of the time.
  • How do I charge the car?
    The easiest way is to use the Tesla supercharger network. The lightning button on the navigation display (right hand side) can pull up a list of Tesla and non-Tesla chargers. PLEASE NOTE, BY DEFAULT THE BATTERY CHARGES TO 90% TO PRESERVE ITS LIFE. IF YOU NEED MORE JUICE TURN ON RANGE MODE FOR 100%. If you use the Tesla supercharger its easy, just like any other car drive in (front side) with the rear next to the pump (charging station). Take the hose, click the button on the hose tip, and insert it into the charging port FULLY. It will start flashing green if it inserted correctly. If it didn't you probably did not insert far enough, press the hose button one more time, pull out, and then reinsert. THIS CHARGES THE FASTEST! (~200-250 miles per hour) If you use any other charger (non-Tesla) you should follow their on-site instructions. Usually you have to download an app (like Chargepoint) set up an account, open up the charging cables in my trunk/insert into their hose as needed, and then follow the above instructions. Every charger is a little bit different but if you're having issues you could call me. THESE CHARGE SLOWER (~5-25 miles per hour). If you are next to a regular wall socket (or a larger appliance socket) when out at a parking lot or when visiting someone you can use the charging cables in my trunk with the appropriate socket size. (THESE ARE THE SLOWEST AND CHARGE ANYWHERE FROM 1-5 miles per hour!) If you have any difficulty using the hose (e.g. it really is NOT inserting at all) then call me.
  • How much mileage does the car give?
    I have the 100D which has the largest (100 kW) battery size. It gives me about 300-350 miles if you drive on average about 30-50 mph (aka city driving). If you're going to accelerate a lot, or go higher than those average city driving speeds then you're looking at somewhere between 200-300 miles per charge. I would recommend trying to find a charger when you have less than 30 miles left. There is a RANGE MODE in the settings which you can enable for long drives (let's you charge an extra 10% of the battery), extra 20-40 miles. There is also an ENERGY SAVER MODE, which will disable extraneous electronics (though be wary it also affects AC) to give you a few extra miles.
  • What if I get a flat tire? Does the car have a flat tire?
    Unfortunately Tesla's do not come with flat tires. We pretty much have to call the complimentary road service that came with our vehicles. If this happens call me right away so I can initiate it and/or meet you. The security lugnut is in the glove compartment, in case anyone needs to replace. I am purchasing a flat tire kit from Tesla but may not have in time by the time you rent it (e.g. if I haven't updated this entry). Once I do this will patch you up until you can get to a mechanic to fully patch the tire.
  • Where is the first aid kit?
    There is one in the trunk on the left hand side, next to/underneath the charging cables (as of 06-2018 it is fully stocked). I would appreciate it if you let me know if you need any items from it so I can replenish it for myself or other future drivers.
  • How do I engage Autopilot (the enhanced cruise control) features?
    Note: Be sure the road has well indicated markings because Tesla relies on ultrasonic and visual cameras to ensure it stays "in the lane". Obviously human drivers can gauge better/estimate where lanes should be so don't use autopilot if a child could not point out the lane markings. It should work in the rain too as it uses multiple sensors. Step 1) Drive to the speed and lane you want to be in, then pull the small panel stick (bottom left of the wheel) toward you once. This will engage autospeed. Optional) You can set the cruise maximum speed, it will slow down as needed if cars slow ahead. As needed you can pull it relatively forcefully up to add an extra 5 mi to your desired upper cruise speed, or gently pull up for 1 mile increments. Step 2) Once you are securely in the lane pull that same stick toward you twice in succession. This enables steering. Optional) If you need to change lanes just use the indicator, the car will do it for you. I recommend there be PLENTY of space between you and drivers in the lane you're switching. Try not to engage it when someone is trying to pass you/going faster than you in the other lane. The car will initiate regardless and you may find it scary when it suddenly warns you/jerks away because of that aggressive driver. WARNING: BE READY TO TAKE OVER ANYTIME, the car is like 90%+ good at driving on its own, but as I mentioned above with aggressive drivers or strange lanes YOU NEED TO TAKE OVER SOONER than it will engage. The technology is good but not perfect as you've probably read in the news. WARNING: Autopilot needs to know you're there, every min or so it will check for resistance from your hands on the wheel. I recommend keeping your hand comfortably limp on the 4-6 o clock positions of the wheel and just let it resist you as it turns. As with the previous warning be ready to take over at anytime due to other drivers/construction/etc! WARNING: If the road splits and/or you're in a turning lane on a highway where an exit is coming up, the car may stray while you're using autopilot because it tries to be mid-way between lane markings (and the turn lane marker is drifting). Through intersections/lower speeds it knows to stay straight based on drivers around you. But at high speeds/highways you MAY need to correct it. It is safer to cruise in a non-right/turning lane.
  • Can I watch videos on the main display/show a movie to my kids?
    Because the main video panel is in the driver's view by law it can't play movies and such. I have a magnetic mount on my dash which you can attach your phone/rotate as needed and it can face your passengers to show em a video. Otherwise you'll have to bring your own mount (non-sticky if possible please) to show your passengers.
  • What kind of music options do I have?
    Radio is standard, it has high def radio (it can listen to multiple channels at the same radio station, you'll see). It has streaming (the Tesla network, which is pretty much like spotify). Search for your stations, unlimited skipping. Please don't thumb up or down things (for other drivers' sakes :) ) You can connect your phone and use bluetooth. I'd just ask that you remove your phone once you've returned my car so that I don't have access to your info ever again. Technically it can use its internal web browser and listen to website audio there also. Obviously youtube is a no-no due to video. But I've used music blogs and have been able to load audio. (Website dependent, somewhat unreliable).

Reviews

4 ratings

The host cancelled this trip 1 day before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Turo-17. Juli 2019

Uneeb’s Tesla was awesome, beautiful, and exactly as described. It handled great during our trip! Pick up and return was easy. Uneeb was super nice and I would not hesitate to rent from him again!

Jeffrey M.-7. Jan. 2019

Awesome experience. Uneeb set the bar high. I would rent from him again.

Myole G.-4. Jan. 2019

Great experience! I would definitely recommend renting from Uneeb.

Eric M.-4. Aug. 2018

Uneeb was very honest, trustworthy and reliable, I’m recommended him to all my family and friends. This was my first time using Turo and he made it worth it. I will definitely use his service again and Turo. Thank you Uneeb.

Hilal F.-25. Juli 2018

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