-You can engage autopilot, but then, if there is any crash due to an error in autopilot, the driver is still responsible.
-Please charge the car the moment you have about 60 miles of range left.
-Charging the car is super easy. Please see the link here to learn how to supercharge (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srLjNqo7r20)
-If you are not using a Tesla charger to charge the car, please use the converter that you can find in the console panel.
-You can Supercharge the car anywhere and supercharging fees apply(generally $0.26 per kWh). In general, if you supercharge the car from around 60 miles to a full charge, it costs about ~ $20.
-While returning the car, the car must have at least 60 miles of battery left on it. Whatever the deficit miles are to a full charge (270 miles), the difference will be charged at $0.15 per mile.
example: if you return the car at 100 miles, that is 270-100=170 miles * 0.15 = $25.50.
-There is a speed lock at 85 miles per hour which is fair because the state highway limit is 65 anyway.
-NO SMOKING AND NO PETS IN THE CAR
-CAR MUST BE RETURNED IN THE SAME CONDITION WHILE IT WAS WHEN IT WAS HANDED OVER. Cleaning fees of $45 will apply otherwise.
-PLEASE DO NOT DO A MACHINE CAR WASH. It leaves scratches on the car in many cases. Fine of $200 for machine car wash.
-A $200 cleaning fee will be applied to your Turo Reservation if there is any smoke smell, evidence of pets.
-Please make sure to plan your trip accordingly and know where you'll need to charge. Call or text me at any time for assistance with our Tesla.
-You will be charged $200 in damages if you let the range run to 30 miles and $300 if you let the range run to below 10 miles. This will cause damage to the batteries and will be treated as such, so just keep in mind how much range you have so you are not left stranded!
-Tesla supercharging stations:
-Tesla charging stations:
-Lastly, this is a really costly car, so please treat it that way and do not drive rashly.