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Richard Ryan’sTesla Model S2014
P85
4 trips
$
123

per day

$
123
per day
08/19/2019
10:00 AM
08/25/2019
10:00 AM
Pickup & return location
Plano, TX 75074
You won’t be charged yet
Distance included
Day
200 mi
Week
1000 mi
Month
1500 mi
Insurance Provided Via

The car

Tesla Model S 2014

P85
4 trips
Electric
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Richard Ryan
67 tripsJoined Mar 2017
Typically responds in 59 minutes

Description

Enjoy this pre-autopilot 2014 Metallic Blue Model S 85. If you ever wanted to experience the day in the life of an EV owner this is your ride. Simplicity is the key. Get in - GO - SMILE :-) TIPS: * Higher speeds decrease range. Drive below 70mph (namely for long distances). * Keep A/C about 73+. A/C usage affects long range. <300wh is optimal. * If planning for long trips please let me know, I can suggest a planning app.. I drove from Chicago to Dallas for $0 * I monitor the car occasionally to make sure it does not get extremely low.

Business class

This host caters to business travelers.

DELUXE CLASS

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

Features

Must be 25+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Audio input
Bluetooth
USB input
Toll pass
Heated seats
Sunroof

Guidelines

No pets, smoking or vaping please.

Faqs

  • what happens if i drain the battery
    Contact Turo Roadside Assistance from the app and arrange towing to the nearest supercharger. You will be charged $100 excessive battery wear fee.
  • tolls/parking
    For DFW airport drop-off, I try to drop the car off at the gate 2 hours before your arrival. Expect to pay $3-$9 for parking upon exit. You will be charged for any tolls incurred during your rental period. These will be assessed after your rental return.
  • Where to charge
    SuperCharging is free and the preferred method. Takes 1 hour to charge from nearly empty. SuperCharging: Dallas (75/Walnut Hill). Also one hidden in Plano @ Legacy/Tollway (top of parking garage). Destination charging: A lot of hotels (e.g. NYLO) have a Tesla brand charger (26 miles per hour / 7-9 hours) At home: 220 40 amp: 26 miles per hour, or 7-9 hours for a full charge. Charge cables available upon request. Basically a dryer plug.
  • battery usage
    80% charge will give at most 200 mile range. 90% charge will give about 230 mile range. BUT none of this is true if you - have the AC on 70 degrees or lower blasting the fan. (is your house really that cold). I recommend about 73-74. - go over about 70 mph for long distances. Plan on recharging when range reaches 50. Please be considerate on how far you drain the battery. This is not to impose range anxiety. Most of us refuel our cars when we either have 1/4 tank (about 50 or so miles left) or worst case when the light comes on which is about 2 gallons of gas (avg 30 mile range). If you'll be doing more traveling it makes sense to charge it before you reach these thresholds.

Reviews

4 ratings

Good business guy.... EZ to deal with!

Terry R.-May 27, 2019

The car

Tesla Model S 2014

P85
4 trips
Electric
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Richard Ryan
67 tripsJoined Mar 2017
Typically responds in 59 minutes

Description

Enjoy this pre-autopilot 2014 Metallic Blue Model S 85. If you ever wanted to experience the day in the life of an EV owner this is your ride. Simplicity is the key. Get in - GO - SMILE :-) TIPS: * Higher speeds decrease range. Drive below 70mph (namely for long distances). * Keep A/C about 73+. A/C usage affects long range. <300wh is optimal. * If planning for long trips please let me know, I can suggest a planning app.. I drove from Chicago to Dallas for $0 * I monitor the car occasionally to make sure it does not get extremely low.

Business class

This host caters to business travelers.

DELUXE CLASS

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

Features

Must be 25+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Audio input
Bluetooth
USB input
Toll pass
Heated seats
Sunroof

Guidelines

No pets, smoking or vaping please.

Faqs

  • what happens if i drain the battery
    Contact Turo Roadside Assistance from the app and arrange towing to the nearest supercharger. You will be charged $100 excessive battery wear fee.
  • tolls/parking
    For DFW airport drop-off, I try to drop the car off at the gate 2 hours before your arrival. Expect to pay $3-$9 for parking upon exit. You will be charged for any tolls incurred during your rental period. These will be assessed after your rental return.
  • Where to charge
    SuperCharging is free and the preferred method. Takes 1 hour to charge from nearly empty. SuperCharging: Dallas (75/Walnut Hill). Also one hidden in Plano @ Legacy/Tollway (top of parking garage). Destination charging: A lot of hotels (e.g. NYLO) have a Tesla brand charger (26 miles per hour / 7-9 hours) At home: 220 40 amp: 26 miles per hour, or 7-9 hours for a full charge. Charge cables available upon request. Basically a dryer plug.
  • battery usage
    80% charge will give at most 200 mile range. 90% charge will give about 230 mile range. BUT none of this is true if you - have the AC on 70 degrees or lower blasting the fan. (is your house really that cold). I recommend about 73-74. - go over about 70 mph for long distances. Plan on recharging when range reaches 50. Please be considerate on how far you drain the battery. This is not to impose range anxiety. Most of us refuel our cars when we either have 1/4 tank (about 50 or so miles left) or worst case when the light comes on which is about 2 gallons of gas (avg 30 mile range). If you'll be doing more traveling it makes sense to charge it before you reach these thresholds.

Reviews

4 ratings

Good business guy.... EZ to deal with!

Terry R.-May 27, 2019

Pickup at car location
Plano, TX 75074
Free

Delivery locations
Dallas Love Field Airport
$25
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
$50
Hyatt Regency North Dallas
$20
NYLO Dallas Plano Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
$25