1) Do not overuse supercharger, $1/min overage fee
2) Return with full charge
3) Do not go below 5 miles of range while driving, or park overnight with less than 50 miles of range
4) Hand car wash only
5) Make sure you know how to put it into neutral for car wash
6) Small to medium sized dogs, woof!
Supercharging is free, however, be careful not to leave the car plugged in at a Supercharging station after the charging is complete. Tesla's fee is $1/minute, the stations are becoming full and they are now enforcing this policy.
Plan your trip so you have enough time to charge the car before you return it. You MUST drop off the car with at least 200 miles of range or there will be a $200 fee. I rent remote and Turo does not charge the car. If the car is dropped off near empty, it could require a trip on a flatbed from Tesla, a $600 embarrassment we don't want.
Never Zero! A low battery is not good for the battery, and in the extreme, going empty could require a flatbed from Tesla Service and costs around $600. Also, the car will consume some energy even when turned off. Try to avoid reaching a charge range of less than 5 miles when driving or less than 50 miles when parked overnight. Have it plugged in overnight if all possible.
When you pick up the car, someone at the Turo Valet parking lot will give you brief orientation if you are new to driving a Tesla. Make sure you know how to put it into neutral if you are taking it through a car wash.
Tesla Instructional Videos