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Tesla Model 3 2019

13 trips
4 doors
5 seats

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14 tripsJoined May 2019
Typically responds in 12 minutes




Automatic transmission
Audio input
All-wheel drive
Long-term car
USB input
Heated seats


No smoking or pets, please.


  • How do I supercharge?
    To find the Tesla Superchargers, look for the Red Lightning bolts on the Tesla map inside the vehicle on the Touchscreen Display, or you can navigate to: When you arrive at the Tesla Supercharger: reverse into the stall, grab the cord at the station, press the button on the cord's handle to open the charge port on the vehicle, then you can plug it in and it will charge the vehicle (automatically billing me.) Tesla Superchargers will average a charging rate of around ~250-300 mi/hr, but I have seen it go past +450 mi/hr. ATTENTION: "Idle time" at Tesla Superchargers will accrue fees. If any "idle time" fees accumulate during the trip I will, unfortunately, have to bill you (Tesla fee is $0.50-$1.00/minute for idle time.)
  • How do I use a Public/Trickle charger?
    The "free" deal is only valid for chargers on the 'Blink Charging' network. Find the nearest one by searching at: Upon arriving at the trickle charger: reverse into the stall, inside the center console of the Tesla you will find a J1772 adapter (black, about the size of a fist), take that and open the charge port on the vehicle by selecting the lightning bolt on the Tesla (as pictured on the Touchscreen Display), then take the 'Blink Charging' RFID card out of the center console, and swipe it at the charging station to initiate the session (automatically billing me.) Now, exit the vehicle, and take the cord (attached to the charging station) and connect the J1772 adapter to it's end, take all that, and plug it into the Tesla's charge port. The J1772 adapter is necessary for most public chargers that aren't Tesla brand Superchargers. Public chargers tend to average ~30 mi/hr charge rate.
  • Help! The J1772 adapter is stuck in the Tesla's charge port and I cannot retrieve it.
    The most convenient way to unplug a Model 3 from a J1772 public charging station is to remove both the charging station handle and the Tesla J1772 adapter 'at the same time': 1. Ensure that Model 3 is unlocked. 2. Hold the public charging handle with one hand. 3. Hold the Tesla J1772 adapter with the other hand. 4. Press and hold the button on the public charging handle, then pull outward with both hands in order to remove the handle and adapter together. 5. Press and hold the button again to remove the adapter from the handle. If the charging station handle separates from the adapter, Model 3 automatically locks the adapter in the charge port. To remove it, use the touchscreen to unlock the charge port.
  • Can I see a video tutorial that explains how to charge a Tesla?


12 ratings

It was such a great experience driving Matthew’s Tesla. Matthew is really accommodating and easy to work with. Will definitely try to rent his Tesla again if coming to Seattle next time!

Zehao Y.-Jun 18, 2019

Matthew's a great host. Showed me the ropes to operate the car, answered all my questions, and went above and beyond to ensure I was able to fully utilize and enjoy the experience.

Thomas C.-Jun 12, 2019

Amazing car. Amazing owner. Amazing experience.

Yang C.-Jun 11, 2019

Matthew went above and beyond! Best rented vehicle on TURO

Fahmi G.-Jun 9, 2019

This is just an awesome experience!! Matthew is amazing guy It was so easy to rent this car from him And his Tesla is unbelievable Thank you !

David I.-Jun 7, 2019

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Seattle, WA 98121

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Up to 15 miles
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