The car with a key safe & instant booking, 15 minutes from Mortlake station.
"Easy to drive & park in town. Sprightly & lively" says honestjohn.co.uk/realmpg/peugeot/108-2014, at 11 miles per litre or nearly 50 per gallon.
The Garmin satnav is in a mount that also grips phones up to 8cm wide and there are charging leads in the glove box for USB-A and most androids, USB lightening for most apple, USB mini for the satnav and some others. The 12v socket has a USB 4.5v converter.
The USB-in socket allows most smartphones to play music. It's the one in a chrome surround, near the USB-out power socket. Some people know how to make android (but not all apple) phones show their screens on the centre console.
There's a packing blanket in the boot and ask if you want rubber mats, sheets over the seats, or a cordless vac, but don't worry too much about cleaning as I hoover roughly between each customer, as you can see by the scratches I left on the passenger seat.
The car is charged in London's Congestion Zone but is ULEZ exempt.
You'll find Kings Road bus stop by Carols Place Cafe as you search directions; there are shops and restaurants between here and Mortlake Station 15 minutes away or a woodland walk to Barnes which is twice as far.