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anthony’sTesla Model 32018

4.94

(235 trips)

$
92

per day

$
92
per day
Pickup & return location
San Francisco, CA 94107
You won’t be charged yet
Distance included
Day
100 mi
Week
500 mi
Month
2250 mi
Insurance Provided Via

The car

Tesla Model 32018

4.94

(235 trips)

Electric
5 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

anthony
5.0
anthony

All-Star Host

389 tripsJoined Sep 2013
Typically responds within 1 minute
All-Star Hosts like anthony are the top-rated, most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Note: As of March, 2020, the car smells a bit like oregano, since it turns out that's what 7th Generation antiseptic wipes smell like. This is a 2018 Tesla Model 3 Long Range. We love it. Smooth power, low center of gravity, premium interior, no toxic emissions. Handles the hills like they were not there. This car has been driven by people from 36 countries, by the way. Just added South Africa and Indonesia to my list 😀 If you book it, you'll get it at least 50% charged and be responsible to bring it back at least 50%. That probably means stopping at a SuperCharger. Closest ones in each direction are Petaluma, Napa, Concord, (only 70kw), Alameda, San Mateo, Daly City (only 70kw), and SF Letterman Drive (additional parking fee). Fees for supercharging are about half the cost of gas, and supercharging stops are slightly longer but generally more pleasant than a gas station. Instead of toxic fumes and minimarts, you get shopping centers and restaurants. Personally, I like the ones at San Mateo and Alameda best, they have 120KW charging and a Peet's Coffee and grocery stores nearby. The SSF, Daly City, and Letterman Dr Superchargers are slower. I would budget 15 minutes of supercharging for every hour spent driving. You can also charge at Tesla Destination Charging stations and J1772 stations and RV parks. This is practical if you will be staying put fo hours time, like a full workday, or overnight, or a marathon shopping session. Charging at a SuperCharger gives you 250-500 miles of range per hour, charging at a Destination Charging station is more like 20-60 miles of range per hour, and a J1772 station is 10-25 miles of range per hour. On the other hand, sometimes they are free with your stay at a hotel or employer or shopping center. Charging from a regular home outlet is like 3 miles of range per hour. Please note that this is a very active car, often with back-to-back rentals. Do not count on being able to extend your rental and do not return it without charging. If your don't charge it, I have to make a special trip to the Daly City supercharger, you agree to pay $50 extra to compensate me for that. If you don't agree to this condition, do not book this car. Bike rack Extra requires 48 hours notice. No pets, no smoking of any kind. Substantial fees will be imposed if you or your party leave any evidence of smoking of or pet smells or pet hairs or stains in the vehicle. And if you stop at the beach, please vacuum your sand. I think you'll love this car. Book it now! 👍😀

Features

Must be 21+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Bike rack
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Toll pass
Heated seats
Moonroof
Aero wheels
Streaming music
Streaming radio
Podcasts
Huge touch display
GPS navigation
FM radio
Apple and USB Type-C phone charging
RV park charging adapter
J1772 charging adapter
Rear seats fold down for garage storage
Home garage slow-charging adapter

Extras (9)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
One-way trip
Return to North Beach garage, instead of original location.
$20/trip
One-way trip
Return the car to The Masonic garage garage at the top of Nob Hill instead of original location.
$30/trip
One-way trip
PICK UP the car at legal parking at any bay area airport or train station within 15 miles. Return the car to its home location. In addition to the one-way trip fee, you also may be responsible for up to 24 hours of parking fees.
$59/trip
Bike rack
Bike rack, for use with Tow Hitch Receiver. Bikes not to exceed 150 lb combined weight. If you have an electric bike, must remove battery before loading. 48 hours notice is required.
$19/trip1 available
Camera
TeslaCam footage. if you choose this option I will make sure the car is set up to capture footage of the road ahead and to the sides as you drive and I will upload an hour or so to a private YouTube account for you.
$19/trip1 available
Prepaid EV recharge
Charge at Tesla superchargers with no worries about reimbursement. Superchargers are easily found on the touchscreen map, touch the lightning bolt and pinch to zoom out. Each supercharger has a bar indicating how many stalls and how many in use.
$19/day
Portable WiFi hotspot
If you choose this trip, I'll leave my "unlimited" Verizon MiFi hotspot in the car for you to use. (See the Verizon for their definition of "unlimited"). This would be for your family's devices; the car has connectivity for its own functions.
$9/day1 available
One-way trip
RETURN the car to legal parking at any bay area airport or train station even if you didn't pick up the car there. In addition to the one-way trip fee, you'll also be responsible for up to 24 hours of parking fees.
$59/trip
Unlimited mileage
unlimited miles.
$19/day

Parking details

Street parking at the base of Potrero Hill, in the vicinty of Anchor Brewing and Whole Foods and Thee Parkside, a mile from Caltrain or BART stations,. BART and Caltrain offer good connections to Amtrak, SFO, OAK, and SJC airports, Silicon Valley, Davis, Sacramento.

Guidelines

You are responsible to return it in the condition it was when you took it, and you are responsible to reimburse for any expenses incurred. The car has a FasTrak, so you can use toll lanes and toll bridges, which I will initally pay, and I will also initially pay for supercharger fees, and then I will request reimbursement through Turo. If you reimburse me promptly there should be no surcharges. There are fees for overstaying charge completion at a Supercharger, so be sure to note estimated completion time and move the car promptly. See https://www.tesla.com/support/supercharger-idle-fee for more details. The car charges fast to about 85%, approximately 260 miles range, and then slows. Unless you expect charging will be scarce further along, it's often best to move along at that point. The car also charges slowly when charge is low, so it's best to find SuperCharging before it goes below 20%. I recommend a "charge early, charge often, take lots of short breaks" strategy. An attitude of "let's see if this vehicle can do its advertised range" results in *slower* overall trips. And range anxiety. For battery longevity and rapid charging we try to keep the battery between 10 and 90% charged, or even better between 20 and 80%. If you are going to drive a long distance it's okay to charge to 100% just before you depart, but be aware that it will charge more slowly at the low or top end.

Faqs

  • Can I charge it at a Tesla Destination Charger at a hotel or shopping center?
    Yes, and this kind of charging is usually free! No adapter required. This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a while, like a hotel stay., or a shopping session It charges at about 25-75 miles of range per hour. You can find this kind of charging at Tesla.com/findus
  • Can I charge it on a J-plug? J1772?
    Yes, there's an adapter in the frunk (the front trunk). This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a long time, like a full work day, or a hotel stay. It charges at about 15-25 miles of range per hour. You can charge 10X or 18X that speed at a SuperCharger. If you use an adapter, please return it to the frunk. You can find this kind of station at plugshare.com and on the sites of the various charging network operators, such as Volta, ChargePoint, SemaConnect, ElectrifyAmerica. Except for Volta, most require accounts.
  • Can I charge it on an RV plug? NEMA 14-50 for example?
    Yes, there's an adapter in the frunk. This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a long time, like overnight, or a full work day. It charges at up to 25 miles of range per hour. You can charge 10X or 18X that speed at a SuperCharger.
  • Can I charge it in a wall outlet, like in a typical garage?
    Yes, there's an adapter in the frunk. This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a very very long time. It charges at about 3 miles of range per hour, very very slow. You can charge 80X or 150X that speed at a SuperCharger.
  • How do I enable autopilot?
    This car now has basic AutoPilot, which is TACC Traction Aware Cruise Controll and Autosteer. To activate it, you have to enable it before you drive. First, in Park, touch the car icon at bottom left of the big touchscreen, then touch Autopilot, then scroll down, and make sure Autosteer is enabled, and read the terms and conditions. It is not fully automatic, you are still responsible and need to be ready to take over at any moment. Once that is enabled, once you are driving, once the grey steering wheel icon appears, pulling lever down towards D twice will enable autopilot (blue steering icon will appear).
  • How do I put the car in cruise control?
    If you are already driving, flip the R-N-D lever toward D again.
  • I thought SuperChargers were free.
    They are for most Tesla Model S and Tesla Model X owners, who paid a premium for their cars and got a referral code. But Telsa Model 3 owners pay for charging, about half the price of gasoline. Elon Musk has said it will never be a profit center for Tesla, that the funds help to build out the SuperCharger network.

Reviews

4.94

215 reviews

Baptiste D.

Baptiste D.Mar 7, 2020

Awesome car! I will book it again for my next trip! 😊

Nathan S.

Nathan S.Mar 7, 2020

This car is impeccably maintained and super convenient to use!

Rodrigo O.

Rodrigo O.Mar 5, 2020

I really loved this experience. tks a lot

Matthew B.

Matthew B.Mar 2, 2020

Awesome car! Anthony was really quick with responses and thorough with the entire process. Highly recommend it!

Jacqueline C.

Jacqueline C.Feb 24, 2020

This was an awesome car to rent! Tony made the entire process easy and was so helpful. Definitely would recommend!

vehicle
1 of 17

The car

Tesla Model 32018

4.94

(235 trips)

Electric
5 doors
5 seats

Hosted by

anthony
5.0
anthony

All-Star Host

389 tripsJoined Sep 2013
Typically responds within 1 minute
All-Star Hosts like anthony are the top-rated, most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Note: As of March, 2020, the car smells a bit like oregano, since it turns out that's what 7th Generation antiseptic wipes smell like. This is a 2018 Tesla Model 3 Long Range. We love it. Smooth power, low center of gravity, premium interior, no toxic emissions. Handles the hills like they were not there. This car has been driven by people from 36 countries, by the way. Just added South Africa and Indonesia to my list 😀 If you book it, you'll get it at least 50% charged and be responsible to bring it back at least 50%. That probably means stopping at a SuperCharger. Closest ones in each direction are Petaluma, Napa, Concord, (only 70kw), Alameda, San Mateo, Daly City (only 70kw), and SF Letterman Drive (additional parking fee). Fees for supercharging are about half the cost of gas, and supercharging stops are slightly longer but generally more pleasant than a gas station. Instead of toxic fumes and minimarts, you get shopping centers and restaurants. Personally, I like the ones at San Mateo and Alameda best, they have 120KW charging and a Peet's Coffee and grocery stores nearby. The SSF, Daly City, and Letterman Dr Superchargers are slower. I would budget 15 minutes of supercharging for every hour spent driving. You can also charge at Tesla Destination Charging stations and J1772 stations and RV parks. This is practical if you will be staying put fo hours time, like a full workday, or overnight, or a marathon shopping session. Charging at a SuperCharger gives you 250-500 miles of range per hour, charging at a Destination Charging station is more like 20-60 miles of range per hour, and a J1772 station is 10-25 miles of range per hour. On the other hand, sometimes they are free with your stay at a hotel or employer or shopping center. Charging from a regular home outlet is like 3 miles of range per hour. Please note that this is a very active car, often with back-to-back rentals. Do not count on being able to extend your rental and do not return it without charging. If your don't charge it, I have to make a special trip to the Daly City supercharger, you agree to pay $50 extra to compensate me for that. If you don't agree to this condition, do not book this car. Bike rack Extra requires 48 hours notice. No pets, no smoking of any kind. Substantial fees will be imposed if you or your party leave any evidence of smoking of or pet smells or pet hairs or stains in the vehicle. And if you stop at the beach, please vacuum your sand. I think you'll love this car. Book it now! 👍😀

Features

Must be 21+ to book
Automatic transmission
GPS
Bike rack
Long-term car
Bluetooth
USB input
Toll pass
Heated seats
Moonroof
Aero wheels
Streaming music
Streaming radio
Podcasts
Huge touch display
GPS navigation
FM radio
Apple and USB Type-C phone charging
RV park charging adapter
J1772 charging adapter
Rear seats fold down for garage storage
Home garage slow-charging adapter

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.
One-way trip
Return to North Beach garage, instead of original location.
$20/trip
One-way trip
Return the car to The Masonic garage garage at the top of Nob Hill instead of original location.
$30/trip
One-way trip
PICK UP the car at legal parking at any bay area airport or train station within 15 miles. Return the car to its home location. In addition to the one-way trip fee, you also may be responsible for up to 24 hours of parking fees.
$59/trip
Bike rack
Bike rack, for use with Tow Hitch Receiver. Bikes not to exceed 150 lb combined weight. If you have an electric bike, must remove battery before loading. 48 hours notice is required.
$19/trip1 available
Camera
TeslaCam footage. if you choose this option I will make sure the car is set up to capture footage of the road ahead and to the sides as you drive and I will upload an hour or so to a private YouTube account for you.
$19/trip1 available
Prepaid EV recharge
Charge at Tesla superchargers with no worries about reimbursement. Superchargers are easily found on the touchscreen map, touch the lightning bolt and pinch to zoom out. Each supercharger has a bar indicating how many stalls and how many in use.
$19/day
Portable WiFi hotspot
If you choose this trip, I'll leave my "unlimited" Verizon MiFi hotspot in the car for you to use. (See the Verizon for their definition of "unlimited"). This would be for your family's devices; the car has connectivity for its own functions.
$9/day1 available
One-way trip
RETURN the car to legal parking at any bay area airport or train station even if you didn't pick up the car there. In addition to the one-way trip fee, you'll also be responsible for up to 24 hours of parking fees.
$59/trip
Unlimited mileage
unlimited miles.
$19/day

Parking details

Street parking at the base of Potrero Hill, in the vicinty of Anchor Brewing and Whole Foods and Thee Parkside, a mile from Caltrain or BART stations,. BART and Caltrain offer good connections to Amtrak, SFO, OAK, and SJC airports, Silicon Valley, Davis, Sacramento.

Guidelines

You are responsible to return it in the condition it was when you took it, and you are responsible to reimburse for any expenses incurred. The car has a FasTrak, so you can use toll lanes and toll bridges, which I will initally pay, and I will also initially pay for supercharger fees, and then I will request reimbursement through Turo. If you reimburse me promptly there should be no surcharges. There are fees for overstaying charge completion at a Supercharger, so be sure to note estimated completion time and move the car promptly. See https://www.tesla.com/support/supercharger-idle-fee for more details. The car charges fast to about 85%, approximately 260 miles range, and then slows. Unless you expect charging will be scarce further along, it's often best to move along at that point. The car also charges slowly when charge is low, so it's best to find SuperCharging before it goes below 20%. I recommend a "charge early, charge often, take lots of short breaks" strategy. An attitude of "let's see if this vehicle can do its advertised range" results in *slower* overall trips. And range anxiety. For battery longevity and rapid charging we try to keep the battery between 10 and 90% charged, or even better between 20 and 80%. If you are going to drive a long distance it's okay to charge to 100% just before you depart, but be aware that it will charge more slowly at the low or top end.

Faqs

  • Can I charge it at a Tesla Destination Charger at a hotel or shopping center?
    Yes, and this kind of charging is usually free! No adapter required. This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a while, like a hotel stay., or a shopping session It charges at about 25-75 miles of range per hour. You can find this kind of charging at Tesla.com/findus
  • Can I charge it on a J-plug? J1772?
    Yes, there's an adapter in the frunk (the front trunk). This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a long time, like a full work day, or a hotel stay. It charges at about 15-25 miles of range per hour. You can charge 10X or 18X that speed at a SuperCharger. If you use an adapter, please return it to the frunk. You can find this kind of station at plugshare.com and on the sites of the various charging network operators, such as Volta, ChargePoint, SemaConnect, ElectrifyAmerica. Except for Volta, most require accounts.
  • Can I charge it on an RV plug? NEMA 14-50 for example?
    Yes, there's an adapter in the frunk. This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a long time, like overnight, or a full work day. It charges at up to 25 miles of range per hour. You can charge 10X or 18X that speed at a SuperCharger.
  • Can I charge it in a wall outlet, like in a typical garage?
    Yes, there's an adapter in the frunk. This kind of charging makes sense when you are going to stay put for a very very long time. It charges at about 3 miles of range per hour, very very slow. You can charge 80X or 150X that speed at a SuperCharger.
  • How do I enable autopilot?
    This car now has basic AutoPilot, which is TACC Traction Aware Cruise Controll and Autosteer. To activate it, you have to enable it before you drive. First, in Park, touch the car icon at bottom left of the big touchscreen, then touch Autopilot, then scroll down, and make sure Autosteer is enabled, and read the terms and conditions. It is not fully automatic, you are still responsible and need to be ready to take over at any moment. Once that is enabled, once you are driving, once the grey steering wheel icon appears, pulling lever down towards D twice will enable autopilot (blue steering icon will appear).
  • How do I put the car in cruise control?
    If you are already driving, flip the R-N-D lever toward D again.
  • I thought SuperChargers were free.
    They are for most Tesla Model S and Tesla Model X owners, who paid a premium for their cars and got a referral code. But Telsa Model 3 owners pay for charging, about half the price of gasoline. Elon Musk has said it will never be a profit center for Tesla, that the funds help to build out the SuperCharger network.

Reviews

4.94

215 reviews

Baptiste D.

Baptiste D.Mar 7, 2020

Awesome car! I will book it again for my next trip! 😊

Nathan S.

Nathan S.Mar 7, 2020

This car is impeccably maintained and super convenient to use!

Rodrigo O.

Rodrigo O.Mar 5, 2020

I really loved this experience. tks a lot

Matthew B.

Matthew B.Mar 2, 2020

Awesome car! Anthony was really quick with responses and thorough with the entire process. Highly recommend it!

Jacqueline C.

Jacqueline C.Feb 24, 2020

This was an awesome car to rent! Tony made the entire process easy and was so helpful. Definitely would recommend!

$
92
per day
Pickup & return location
San Francisco, CA 94107
You won’t be charged yet
Distance included
Day
100 mi
Week
500 mi
Month
2250 mi
Insurance Provided Via