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Tesla Model 3 2018

5.0

(1 trip)

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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 2018

5.0

(1 trip)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Adithya
5.0
Adithya
1 tripJoined May 2014

Typically responds within 1 minute

Description

Barely used awesome Tesla Model 3 in the best color in my opinion-Grey. Tesla Model 3 Long Range Version (300+ miles) with Enhanced AutoPilot - Enhanced Autopilot with Navigate - Premium interior and sound - FasTrak - Heated front and rear seats - Internet and streaming music *Please don't pay your own tolls. It will charge you double. Just drive through FasTrak & you'll be billed after.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Toll pass

USB charger

Long Range Battery

Extras (1)

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 30 miles of range.

$25/trip

Guidelines

- Car is required to be returned clean and charged with at least 200mi remaining charge. Not returning the car with sufficient charge will incur a $50 fee unless you purchase the prepaid recharge option. - No pets, smoking, vaping, food or drink in the car during the rental. Any spills, smells, hair or damages to the car will incur heavy cleaning charges, so please keep it neat!

Faqs

  • How do I turn on Autopilot?

    Push down twice on the shifting stick towards the Drive position when you see a steering wheel logo on the screen. Here is a short video clip from Tesla to better understand: https://www.tesla.com/support/model-3-videos#enhanced-autopilot. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: The "Autopilot" and "Full Self-Driving" features of the car do not mean that the car will drive on its own...yet. Tesla is working on that but as of right now, these are safety and convenience features meant to ASSIST the driver, not take over. They do not give the driver the ability to text while driving, drink and drive, or otherwise not be alert and control the car. We insist you please keep your hands on the wheel at all times, even on Autopilot, and to be prepared to take over the vehicle at a moment's notice. On the page with the video from Tesla, you will also find other short video clips on how to use various features of the Model 3. Please be sure you watch these before your rental not only for your safety, but to truly enjoy the Tesla Model 3 experience! Once you're familiar with how the car works, it's really, really cool and fun to drive.

  • How do I open the door? How do I lock/unlock it?

    To open the car door, push on the wide part of metal handle inlaid in the door. The skinny part should pop out. Grab it with your hand and pull it open to open the door. To open the door from the inside, push the small black button with the thin white line on it, located on the inside door handle near your thumb area. To lock and unlock the car from the outside, touch the keycard pouch to the area on the door panel below the side-view camera OR use the Tesla mobile app with Bluetooth on. To lock or unlock from the inside, push the lock logo on the touchscreen. On the page with the video from Tesla, you will also find other short video clips on how to use various features of the Model 3. Please be sure you watch these before your rental not only for your safety, but to truly enjoy the Tesla Model 3 experience! Once you're familiar with how the car works, it's really, really cool and fun to drive.

  • What should I know about charging the car?

    There are three things you should know: charging times, charger types, and battery health tips. Charging electric cars can take a long time. Most standard chargers replenish 20-25 miles of driving range per hour. So, if you need to add 200 miles of charge for the next day, you should do it overnight because it'll take about 8 hours. Tesla Superchargers, on the other hand, can refill 50% of the battery in 30 minutes. If you're pressed for time and need to get battery range fast, the quickest way to refill the battery and avoid the fee is to go to a Supercharger. Here is the secret trick to EV charging: charge whenever you park. If you do this, you’ll almost never have to worry about running out of battery life or having to stop somewhere to refuel. Most places in the Bay Area either have charging spots there or nearby. Get the Chargepoint app to find and use available charging stations and park at one wherever you go: grocery stores, shopping, hotels, eating out, etc. 3rd Party charging stations require the adapter, Tesla Superchargers don’t. Those ones are found on the car’s GPS (red lightning bolts). Please avoid Supercharging frequently. The closest Tesla Supercharger is in Daly City. If you need the home charger, it’s in the back trunk. Please return it there. There’s a $600 fee if lost. You are responsible for charging the car during your trip and returning it back with enough charge. You are required to return the car charged back with at least 200mi battery or there will be a $50 fee. You can avoid this by buying a prepaid recharging add-on before the start of your trip and return the car with at least 30mi battery left on it. Unless you are driving on a long trip, the battery should not be charged past 90% for regular daily use type driving, so please don't try to keep it at 100% all the time. There's no need. Please also do not Supercharge the car frequently, and reserve that for when needing to fill up the battery when it is close to depleted or loading up before a long drive. When you return the car, it must have at least 200mi of range. Lastly, renters are responsible for all charging costs during their trip, and will be billed for supercharging charges after the trip.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(1 rating)

Reviews

Michael V.

MichaelJan 19, 2021

Great car and communication from Adi! Would definitely rent this again

Vehicle Image

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The car

Tesla Model 3 2018

5.0

(1 trip)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Adithya
5.0
Adithya
1 tripJoined May 2014

Typically responds within 1 minute

Description

Barely used awesome Tesla Model 3 in the best color in my opinion-Grey. Tesla Model 3 Long Range Version (300+ miles) with Enhanced AutoPilot - Enhanced Autopilot with Navigate - Premium interior and sound - FasTrak - Heated front and rear seats - Internet and streaming music *Please don't pay your own tolls. It will charge you double. Just drive through FasTrak & you'll be billed after.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Toll pass

USB charger

Long Range Battery

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 30 miles of range.

$25/trip

Guidelines

- Car is required to be returned clean and charged with at least 200mi remaining charge. Not returning the car with sufficient charge will incur a $50 fee unless you purchase the prepaid recharge option. - No pets, smoking, vaping, food or drink in the car during the rental. Any spills, smells, hair or damages to the car will incur heavy cleaning charges, so please keep it neat!

Faqs

  • How do I turn on Autopilot?

    Push down twice on the shifting stick towards the Drive position when you see a steering wheel logo on the screen. Here is a short video clip from Tesla to better understand: https://www.tesla.com/support/model-3-videos#enhanced-autopilot. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: The "Autopilot" and "Full Self-Driving" features of the car do not mean that the car will drive on its own...yet. Tesla is working on that but as of right now, these are safety and convenience features meant to ASSIST the driver, not take over. They do not give the driver the ability to text while driving, drink and drive, or otherwise not be alert and control the car. We insist you please keep your hands on the wheel at all times, even on Autopilot, and to be prepared to take over the vehicle at a moment's notice. On the page with the video from Tesla, you will also find other short video clips on how to use various features of the Model 3. Please be sure you watch these before your rental not only for your safety, but to truly enjoy the Tesla Model 3 experience! Once you're familiar with how the car works, it's really, really cool and fun to drive.

  • How do I open the door? How do I lock/unlock it?

    To open the car door, push on the wide part of metal handle inlaid in the door. The skinny part should pop out. Grab it with your hand and pull it open to open the door. To open the door from the inside, push the small black button with the thin white line on it, located on the inside door handle near your thumb area. To lock and unlock the car from the outside, touch the keycard pouch to the area on the door panel below the side-view camera OR use the Tesla mobile app with Bluetooth on. To lock or unlock from the inside, push the lock logo on the touchscreen. On the page with the video from Tesla, you will also find other short video clips on how to use various features of the Model 3. Please be sure you watch these before your rental not only for your safety, but to truly enjoy the Tesla Model 3 experience! Once you're familiar with how the car works, it's really, really cool and fun to drive.

  • What should I know about charging the car?

    There are three things you should know: charging times, charger types, and battery health tips. Charging electric cars can take a long time. Most standard chargers replenish 20-25 miles of driving range per hour. So, if you need to add 200 miles of charge for the next day, you should do it overnight because it'll take about 8 hours. Tesla Superchargers, on the other hand, can refill 50% of the battery in 30 minutes. If you're pressed for time and need to get battery range fast, the quickest way to refill the battery and avoid the fee is to go to a Supercharger. Here is the secret trick to EV charging: charge whenever you park. If you do this, you’ll almost never have to worry about running out of battery life or having to stop somewhere to refuel. Most places in the Bay Area either have charging spots there or nearby. Get the Chargepoint app to find and use available charging stations and park at one wherever you go: grocery stores, shopping, hotels, eating out, etc. 3rd Party charging stations require the adapter, Tesla Superchargers don’t. Those ones are found on the car’s GPS (red lightning bolts). Please avoid Supercharging frequently. The closest Tesla Supercharger is in Daly City. If you need the home charger, it’s in the back trunk. Please return it there. There’s a $600 fee if lost. You are responsible for charging the car during your trip and returning it back with enough charge. You are required to return the car charged back with at least 200mi battery or there will be a $50 fee. You can avoid this by buying a prepaid recharging add-on before the start of your trip and return the car with at least 30mi battery left on it. Unless you are driving on a long trip, the battery should not be charged past 90% for regular daily use type driving, so please don't try to keep it at 100% all the time. There's no need. Please also do not Supercharge the car frequently, and reserve that for when needing to fill up the battery when it is close to depleted or loading up before a long drive. When you return the car, it must have at least 200mi of range. Lastly, renters are responsible for all charging costs during their trip, and will be billed for supercharging charges after the trip.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(1 rating)

Reviews

Michael V.

MichaelJan 19, 2021

Great car and communication from Adi! Would definitely rent this again

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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