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Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

4.67

(68 trips)

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Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

The car

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

4.67

(68 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Veronica
4.9
Veronica
1,390 tripsJoined Feb 2018

Typically responds in 6 minutes

Veronica has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Glad our 2019 Model 3 with members. The most anticipated car of all time! TESLA MODEL 3 Standard Plus - a different driving experience. - 5-Star Overall NHTSA Rating! - Standard Range Plus Battery - 5 second 0-60 mph - Glass Roof - 15 inch touchscreen - Premium Sound System - Autopilot First time driving a Model 3? Here is a series of videos from Tesla explain everything you need to know: https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLY3Dco1yachgYwbaOR0szAi-_8-ya7y6S The Basics: Keycard is used to open and start the car. (check the back of the keycard for visuals) To open/lock the car, tap the keycard to the driver side support column, under the camera. Door handles require you to push on the back part to make the front pop out (I usually push the back fatter part with my big opposing thumb and grab the front with the pinky side of my hand. It is like inverse surfer sign 🤙) To start the car, tap the keycard behind the center cup holder. (the dashboard will display animated instructions) Driving / Reversing / Parking: Gear changing lever is on the right. Down to drive, up to reverse and after stopping, press the lever button in to park. Autopilot: While driving you can pull down the gear level once to achieve adaptive cruise control. It will keep distance between you and the car in front of you. If you pull down the second time, the car will automatically stay in the lane. Note this technology is still experimental, you are still fully responsible for any damage while using autopilot. Charging: Please return the car charged, alternatively: we charge $10 to charge the car 50%, $20 to charge fully. (Vehicles with less than 20% charge could incur an extra service fee). Superchargers are the fastest and easiest way to charge. There are several chargers in SF. You can use the car dashboard map to find Tesla Superchargers located along your route they are marked as RED pins. You can also click the Lighting button on the map to get a view of charging stations nearby. Some destinations have EV charging stations, those slower but still add significant range to the vehicle. They are marked as GREY charging pins. No Pets, No Smoking, etc. No pets of any kind. No smoking of any kind. You are liable for cleaning fees If you return the car with pet hair, smoke, or evidence of food/spills. Please be careful with sharp objects than can scratch the leather interior.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Snow tires or chains

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

Autopilot

Traffic aware cruise control

Extras (3)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

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 50 miles of range.

$25/trip

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. thanks

$25/trip

One-way trip

Flying into SFO and going on a road trip within California? Dropoff the car at any airport located in California, and we'll pick it up from there.

$600/trip

Guidelines

No pets of any kind. No smoking of any kind. No eating or drinking in the car. You are liable for cleaning fees If you return the car with pet hair, smoke, or evidence of food/spills. Please be careful with sharp objects than can scratch the leather interior. Careful if the battery range drops lower 20 miles. The battery range is an estimate that depends weather, roads (elevation) and driving style. Unlike a gas combustion vehicle, it may have to be towed if it runs out of battery! Please do not go over 100 MPH. Violation will automatically turn on the Model 3's Valet Mode which limits power and acceleration to 25% (80KW), top speed to 70 mph, and disable certain settings.

Faqs

  • Where should I charge?

    Superchargers are fastest and easiest way to charge. There are several chargers in SF. You can use the car dashboard map to find Tesla Superchargers located along your route they are marked as RED pins. You can also click the Lighting button on the map to get a view of charging stations nearby. Some destinations have EV charging stations, those slower but still add significant range to the vehicle. They are marked as GREY charging pins.

Ratings and reviews

4.67

(45 ratings)

Reviews

Kevin E.

KevinApr 13, 2021

The car is very nice but when we picked the car up it was very dirty and not sanitized. Soda stains, fingerprints all over the screen and you can tell nothing was sanitized so I had to sanitize everything before I drove the car. Battery died very quickly , supercharged 2 times a day. I drove 5 miles to a supercharge stations And car lost 30 miles almost got stranded.

Richard S.

RichardMar 26, 2021

Problems with vehicle, unresponsive owner. Non-communicative. Hard to get ahold of.

Adam S.

AdamMar 24, 2021

Phenomenal car. Very clean and well kept. Veronica was a great host and easy to contact throughout the trip! Highly suggest.

Shaniya L.

ShaniyaMar 22, 2021

Amazing car. Amazing communication. Amazing host!

Wesley B.

WesleyMar 11, 2021

Again we appreciate you letting us use your vehicle. Thank you and God bless have a great rest of the week.

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The car

Tesla Model 3 2019

STANDARD PLUS

4.67

(68 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Veronica
4.9
Veronica
1,390 tripsJoined Feb 2018

Typically responds in 6 minutes

Veronica has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Glad our 2019 Model 3 with members. The most anticipated car of all time! TESLA MODEL 3 Standard Plus - a different driving experience. - 5-Star Overall NHTSA Rating! - Standard Range Plus Battery - 5 second 0-60 mph - Glass Roof - 15 inch touchscreen - Premium Sound System - Autopilot First time driving a Model 3? Here is a series of videos from Tesla explain everything you need to know: https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLY3Dco1yachgYwbaOR0szAi-_8-ya7y6S The Basics: Keycard is used to open and start the car. (check the back of the keycard for visuals) To open/lock the car, tap the keycard to the driver side support column, under the camera. Door handles require you to push on the back part to make the front pop out (I usually push the back fatter part with my big opposing thumb and grab the front with the pinky side of my hand. It is like inverse surfer sign 🤙) To start the car, tap the keycard behind the center cup holder. (the dashboard will display animated instructions) Driving / Reversing / Parking: Gear changing lever is on the right. Down to drive, up to reverse and after stopping, press the lever button in to park. Autopilot: While driving you can pull down the gear level once to achieve adaptive cruise control. It will keep distance between you and the car in front of you. If you pull down the second time, the car will automatically stay in the lane. Note this technology is still experimental, you are still fully responsible for any damage while using autopilot. Charging: Please return the car charged, alternatively: we charge $10 to charge the car 50%, $20 to charge fully. (Vehicles with less than 20% charge could incur an extra service fee). Superchargers are the fastest and easiest way to charge. There are several chargers in SF. You can use the car dashboard map to find Tesla Superchargers located along your route they are marked as RED pins. You can also click the Lighting button on the map to get a view of charging stations nearby. Some destinations have EV charging stations, those slower but still add significant range to the vehicle. They are marked as GREY charging pins. No Pets, No Smoking, etc. No pets of any kind. No smoking of any kind. You are liable for cleaning fees If you return the car with pet hair, smoke, or evidence of food/spills. Please be careful with sharp objects than can scratch the leather interior.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Snow tires or chains

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

Autopilot

Traffic aware cruise control

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

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 50 miles of range.

$25/trip

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. thanks

$25/trip

One-way trip

Flying into SFO and going on a road trip within California? Dropoff the car at any airport located in California, and we'll pick it up from there.

$600/trip

Guidelines

No pets of any kind. No smoking of any kind. No eating or drinking in the car. You are liable for cleaning fees If you return the car with pet hair, smoke, or evidence of food/spills. Please be careful with sharp objects than can scratch the leather interior. Careful if the battery range drops lower 20 miles. The battery range is an estimate that depends weather, roads (elevation) and driving style. Unlike a gas combustion vehicle, it may have to be towed if it runs out of battery! Please do not go over 100 MPH. Violation will automatically turn on the Model 3's Valet Mode which limits power and acceleration to 25% (80KW), top speed to 70 mph, and disable certain settings.

Faqs

  • Where should I charge?

    Superchargers are fastest and easiest way to charge. There are several chargers in SF. You can use the car dashboard map to find Tesla Superchargers located along your route they are marked as RED pins. You can also click the Lighting button on the map to get a view of charging stations nearby. Some destinations have EV charging stations, those slower but still add significant range to the vehicle. They are marked as GREY charging pins.

Ratings and reviews

4.67

(45 ratings)

Reviews

Kevin E.

KevinApr 13, 2021

The car is very nice but when we picked the car up it was very dirty and not sanitized. Soda stains, fingerprints all over the screen and you can tell nothing was sanitized so I had to sanitize everything before I drove the car. Battery died very quickly , supercharged 2 times a day. I drove 5 miles to a supercharge stations And car lost 30 miles almost got stranded.

Richard S.

RichardMar 26, 2021

Problems with vehicle, unresponsive owner. Non-communicative. Hard to get ahold of.

Adam S.

AdamMar 24, 2021

Phenomenal car. Very clean and well kept. Veronica was a great host and easy to contact throughout the trip! Highly suggest.

Shaniya L.

ShaniyaMar 22, 2021

Amazing car. Amazing communication. Amazing host!

Wesley B.

WesleyMar 11, 2021

Again we appreciate you letting us use your vehicle. Thank you and God bless have a great rest of the week.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address
Unlock from the app with Turo Go

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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