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Chris’sTesla Model S2014
85
6 trips
$
73

per day

$
73
per day
08/19/2019
10:00 AM
08/25/2019
10:00 AM
Pickup & return location
Raleigh, NC 27616
You won’t be charged yet
Distance included
Day
200 mi
Week
1500 mi
Month
3750 mi
Insurance Provided Via

The car

Tesla Model S 2014

85
6 trips
Electric
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Chris
52 tripsJoined Jan 2017
Typically responds in 6 minutes

Description

Experience the future of driving with this Tesla Model S 85. Even with 5+ years on the road, this ride is still buttery smooth with awe-inspiring torque / acceleration. Charging notes: Charging at Tesla Superchargers is free with this 2014 Tesla Model S! Please note that idle fees will be forwarded to you if you idle in a supercharging spot at full charge. Also, PLEASE factor in charging times for your trip! Depending on the current charge level, charging times can take anywhere from 20 minutes to a little over an hour. Check below for more details on the mile range in order to estimate how often you will need to charge. Charging can tack on some serious additional time if you are going LONG distance, so make sure you plan ahead. I offer discounts at the weekly to monthly level: 20-40% (subject to change). I also frequently discount Saturdays, which is a great time to sample what a Tesla is like (if you're in the market). Car details: * Free Supercharging (great for road trips!) * 85 kWh Battery (256 miles (100% charge), 217 miles (85% artificial day-to-day limit)) * Rear Wheel Drive * 5.4 seconds 0-60 mph * Silver Metallic Paint * 19" Wheels * All Glass Panoramic Roof * Piano Black Décor * Ultra High Fidelity Sound * Power Liftgate * Black Leather Seats * Tech Package: Autopilot with convenience features * LED fog and cornering lights with automatic high beams * Lighted door handles * Electrochromatic mirrors * Power folding, heated side mirrors with memory Supplemental accessories for your trip: * Medical kit (for minor injuries only) * Glass breaker / seatbelt cutter safety tool * Facial tissues * 2 front/rear USB charging ports * Air freshener * Fire extinguisher * Sun visor/cover * Reusable grocery bag

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
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Heated seats
Sunroof
Free Supercharging

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
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, or excessive dirtiness.
$20/trip
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.
$5/trip

Guidelines

Please plan your trip to ensure that the battery never reaches below 15% (anything lower may cause damage to the battery). The trip planner in the Model S will factor in stops to Tesla Supercharger stations along your route to help with planning. Running the battery below 15% (or completely empty) may incur an additional trip fee.

Faqs

  • How do I use Autopilot?
    Please note: This 2014 Model S is NOT capable of full self-driving. Autopilot features are limited to: Traffic-aware cruise control and limited lane-keeping on highways and other simple/long roads Autopilot on this 2014 Model S CANNOT see traffic signs or lights, it CANNOT make distinct turns, so therefore it CANNOT take you fully from point A to point B by itself. Always keep your hands on the wheel and be ready to take over at any moment. I've seen the Autopilot lose track of the lanes in various scenarios where I had to take over IMMEDIATELY. Later Tesla models may have full self-driving in the future, but this 2014 Model S just has the standard Autopilot features (traffic-aware cruise control and limited lane-keeping). If you've managed to trudge through all those disclaimers, here's how to enable Autopilot: You'll need to already be on a road with clearly marked road lanes in order to enable Autopilot. Locate the second stalk on the left side of the steering wheel (below the windshield wiper stalk). Pull this stalk towards you twice to enable Autopilot. You will need to occasionally apply force to the steering wheel (very slight, it may take some getting used to) or the Model S will beep with an alarm and eventually turn off Autopilot. To turn off Autopilot, push that same stalk away from you. In an emergency, you can take over the wheel at any time to disable Autopilot (no need to use the stalk method). I can't stress enough that this is not a full self-driving vehicle; please be safe while driving with or without Autopilot!
  • How do I charge at a Tesla Supercharging station?
    The charge port is located on the driver-side tail light (for clarity: not the rear, but the left side of the vehicle). Please safely back into a Supercharger parking spot and pull the Supercharger cable towards the charge port. The cable end you are holding has a button you can press to open the charge port, provided you are close enough. Alternatively, you can open the charge port via the Quick Controls section of the Model S main screen. Once you plug in, wait until the charge port flashes green to confirm that charging has started. Take note of the estimated charging time; you will want to be back at the vehicle by the time the charging has finished, or you will incur idle fees (which will be forwarded to you). Once the car has finished charging, please remember to close the charge port (unfortunately this has to be done manually on the 2014 Model S). Charging is free for this 2014 Model S (ONLY at Tesla Supercharger stations), so you may want to prioritize charging at Tesla Supercharger stations as opposed to generic electric vehicle charging stations.
  • Where can I find Tesla Supercharging stations?
    The main console screen map shows Tesla Supercharger stations as red pins. You can select any of these to see how many charging slots are available at the moment. You can plot a trip to a supercharger station using the main console screen map as well (but take note of the estimated charge you will have upon arrival; please ensure you have at LEAST 15% charge upon arrival).

Reviews

6 ratings

Chris was a fantastic host and his Tesla was clean, smooth and so fun to drive! Would absolutely recommend!

Kindra W.-Jul 14, 2019

Chris was great. Great communication. I will be renting again when I’m in town

Turner H.-Jun 24, 2019

Excellent lender, great condition of car, very flexible

Shaun K.-Jun 3, 2019

The car

Tesla Model S 2014

85
6 trips
Electric
4 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

5.0
Chris
52 tripsJoined Jan 2017
Typically responds in 6 minutes

Description

Experience the future of driving with this Tesla Model S 85. Even with 5+ years on the road, this ride is still buttery smooth with awe-inspiring torque / acceleration. Charging notes: Charging at Tesla Superchargers is free with this 2014 Tesla Model S! Please note that idle fees will be forwarded to you if you idle in a supercharging spot at full charge. Also, PLEASE factor in charging times for your trip! Depending on the current charge level, charging times can take anywhere from 20 minutes to a little over an hour. Check below for more details on the mile range in order to estimate how often you will need to charge. Charging can tack on some serious additional time if you are going LONG distance, so make sure you plan ahead. I offer discounts at the weekly to monthly level: 20-40% (subject to change). I also frequently discount Saturdays, which is a great time to sample what a Tesla is like (if you're in the market). Car details: * Free Supercharging (great for road trips!) * 85 kWh Battery (256 miles (100% charge), 217 miles (85% artificial day-to-day limit)) * Rear Wheel Drive * 5.4 seconds 0-60 mph * Silver Metallic Paint * 19" Wheels * All Glass Panoramic Roof * Piano Black Décor * Ultra High Fidelity Sound * Power Liftgate * Black Leather Seats * Tech Package: Autopilot with convenience features * LED fog and cornering lights with automatic high beams * Lighted door handles * Electrochromatic mirrors * Power folding, heated side mirrors with memory Supplemental accessories for your trip: * Medical kit (for minor injuries only) * Glass breaker / seatbelt cutter safety tool * Facial tissues * 2 front/rear USB charging ports * Air freshener * Fire extinguisher * Sun visor/cover * Reusable grocery bag

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
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Heated seats
Sunroof
Free Supercharging

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
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, or excessive dirtiness.
$20/trip
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.
$5/trip

Guidelines

Please plan your trip to ensure that the battery never reaches below 15% (anything lower may cause damage to the battery). The trip planner in the Model S will factor in stops to Tesla Supercharger stations along your route to help with planning. Running the battery below 15% (or completely empty) may incur an additional trip fee.

Faqs

  • How do I use Autopilot?
    Please note: This 2014 Model S is NOT capable of full self-driving. Autopilot features are limited to: Traffic-aware cruise control and limited lane-keeping on highways and other simple/long roads Autopilot on this 2014 Model S CANNOT see traffic signs or lights, it CANNOT make distinct turns, so therefore it CANNOT take you fully from point A to point B by itself. Always keep your hands on the wheel and be ready to take over at any moment. I've seen the Autopilot lose track of the lanes in various scenarios where I had to take over IMMEDIATELY. Later Tesla models may have full self-driving in the future, but this 2014 Model S just has the standard Autopilot features (traffic-aware cruise control and limited lane-keeping). If you've managed to trudge through all those disclaimers, here's how to enable Autopilot: You'll need to already be on a road with clearly marked road lanes in order to enable Autopilot. Locate the second stalk on the left side of the steering wheel (below the windshield wiper stalk). Pull this stalk towards you twice to enable Autopilot. You will need to occasionally apply force to the steering wheel (very slight, it may take some getting used to) or the Model S will beep with an alarm and eventually turn off Autopilot. To turn off Autopilot, push that same stalk away from you. In an emergency, you can take over the wheel at any time to disable Autopilot (no need to use the stalk method). I can't stress enough that this is not a full self-driving vehicle; please be safe while driving with or without Autopilot!
  • How do I charge at a Tesla Supercharging station?
    The charge port is located on the driver-side tail light (for clarity: not the rear, but the left side of the vehicle). Please safely back into a Supercharger parking spot and pull the Supercharger cable towards the charge port. The cable end you are holding has a button you can press to open the charge port, provided you are close enough. Alternatively, you can open the charge port via the Quick Controls section of the Model S main screen. Once you plug in, wait until the charge port flashes green to confirm that charging has started. Take note of the estimated charging time; you will want to be back at the vehicle by the time the charging has finished, or you will incur idle fees (which will be forwarded to you). Once the car has finished charging, please remember to close the charge port (unfortunately this has to be done manually on the 2014 Model S). Charging is free for this 2014 Model S (ONLY at Tesla Supercharger stations), so you may want to prioritize charging at Tesla Supercharger stations as opposed to generic electric vehicle charging stations.
  • Where can I find Tesla Supercharging stations?
    The main console screen map shows Tesla Supercharger stations as red pins. You can select any of these to see how many charging slots are available at the moment. You can plot a trip to a supercharger station using the main console screen map as well (but take note of the estimated charge you will have upon arrival; please ensure you have at LEAST 15% charge upon arrival).

Reviews

6 ratings

Chris was a fantastic host and his Tesla was clean, smooth and so fun to drive! Would absolutely recommend!

Kindra W.-Jul 14, 2019

Chris was great. Great communication. I will be renting again when I’m in town

Turner H.-Jun 24, 2019

Excellent lender, great condition of car, very flexible

Shaun K.-Jun 3, 2019

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