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Tesla Model S 2017

75

4.98

(58 trips)

Electric

4 doors

7 seats

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Kieran
5.0
Kieran
58 tripsJoined Feb 2017

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Description

Welcome to my Tesla Model S 75! Thanks for taking a look. Manufactured in September of 2017; it is still like-new. This Tesla has the most recent hardware and software available (as of Oct 2018), and so has all the "enhanced autopilot" features you may have heard about recently. My car is equipped with the rare rear-facing kids seats in the back, for a total of 7 passengers (5 adults + 2 small kids) see photos and FAQ for details on seating. Other features: FREE Supercharging, HOV (carpool lane) access, all SF bay-area bridge tolls included, CRAZY fast performance and handling: 0-60 in under 5 seconds (Tesla claims 4.3 seconds; I haven't timed it!), instant torque, corners as if on rails, all in a spacious comfy family sedan. The car is stock as of September 2017, which includes the new performance bucket seats front and back and the new ALL GLASS roof (Gotta see it to believe it), and TONS of delightful convenience features: Unlimited data for streaming music or podcasts, ambient lighting, intelligent navigation (including Navigate on Autopilot) and voice recognition, automatic lights inside & out, automatic wipers, solar tinted roof, power liftgate/trunk, "frunk" front trunk storage, loads of space for luggage or gear, and many more treats for you to discover. I have also equipped my Tesla with Autopilot software, which you are free to use and enjoy (please read my FAQ below). Also included is free Supercharging, and the car will navigate you to the nearest Tesla Supercharger. Take this car for a spin up to the wine country (Superchargers in Napa and Petaluma) or down the coast to Monterey. Family-friendly! As mentioned above, my Model S has the extremely rare rear-facing 3rd row seating option, so if you have a couple youngsters along for your trip, they'll love sitting back there, it's like riding in a spaceship! The two 3rd row seats are for kids only, and are actually safer than normal seats, as they have 5-point safety harnesses. With enough notice, I can provide a child booster seat for kids in the normal adult seats. Pick up and drop off: I can do hand-offs weekdays at SJC (depending on timing - the more notice the better), or Santa Clara (near Levi Stadium). On weekends, plan to pick up and return in Saratoga, unless we agree otherwise. Locations might be negotiable with enough notice. This is a high-performance luxury sedan; I treat it as such and expect you too as well. I will have it cleaned, charged up, and ready to go for you when you pick it up. Please return it in the same condition. No need to clean the exterior, but please make your best effort to keep the inside clean from dirt, food, sand, etc. No smoking or vaping in the car, please. Excessive dirt or stains or smoking odors will result in a cleaning fee to your Turo account, and a poor review. Per Turo's Fuel Policy, you are responsible for replacing any energy (fuel) you use while driving the car. So, please return the car with as much energy in the battery as it had when you picked it up, or you could be responsible for refueling charges per the Turo Fuel policy. For more info about charging see the FAQ.

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

Long-term car

Autopilot highway self-driving

HOV/carpool lane access

Local bridge tolls included!

Extras (3)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Unlimited mileage

$100/day

Prepaid refuel

You may return the car charged less than 50% but more than 5% (so I can get to a charger). Less than 5% and I'll impose the fuel fee as well.

$50/trip

Child safety seat

booster seat, front facing

$10/day1 available

Parking details

PLEASE NOTE: weekend hand-offs & returns location is in Saratoga, at Prospect High School. Weekdays hand-off and return will be at Mt. View location. At the Mountain View location, look for the solar panel charging stations in the parking lot. That's where the Tesla will be. The lot is adjacent to Garcia Avenue. If you are not adjacent to Garcia, you are in the wrong location. The Saratoga (weekend hand-offs) location is the west-most parking lot for Prospect High School, in Saratoga, CA.

Guidelines

Please, no smoking, no pets, and please charge the car before returning. Please read all my FAQs before picking up the car.

Faqs

  • What is Autopilot? How does it work?

    Autopilot is Tesla's name for it's driving assistance feature. It is not true "self driving". The car can steer itself between well marked lane lines, and can keep pace with traffic; i.e. you set the max speed and the car will speed up and slow down with traffic up to the max speed set. This system is awesome, but has limitations. Some of the limitations I've noticed: it doesn't do well in the left-most lane, or the right-most lane. The best location is one of the middle lanes of a highway. It also will slightly swerve back and forth within the lane when you crest a hill, as the vision system re-acquires the lane lines on the other side of the hill. The car does not do well when someone cuts you off / changes lanes in front of you & very close to you. This system can be activated on surface streets but it is NOT recommended. Autopilot does not (YET) recognize street signs, traffic lights/signals, pedestrians, cyclists, animals, or anything other than cars. If you engage AP on surface streets, it will drive straight through red lights, stop signs, hit pedestrians, etc. Finally, AP is not perfect, even on a highway in a middle lane; it will occasionally mess up and lose sight of the lane and steer out of your lane accidentally. So you really must still pay attention. The system requires you to keep your hands on the wheel, even when auto-steer is enabled. That said, it is still amazing to use and reduces driver fatigue greatly, and it has prevented many accidents since its release, so despite the limitations it is a safety feature! To enable autopilot, the system must be "ready." You will know it's ready when you see two icons on the dashboard display: first is the speed control icon (a circle with a speed number in it, e.g. "45") to the left of the speed indicator, and an autosteer icon (a steering wheel) to the right of the speed indicator. When both of these are displayed, you "double pull" the cruise control stalk on the left of the steering column. To disengage, push the stalk forward, or tap the brakes. When autosteer is enabled, manually steering the car will disengage auto-steer. If only the speed control icon is shown you may only engage traffic-adaptive-cruise-control (single pull of the cruise control stalk).

  • May I smoke in your car?

    No smoking (tobacco or any other smokable materials) or vaping or any other odor-inducing activities please. It is nearly impossible to remove the smell from cars. This would ruin the car for me and future renters.

  • Are pets OK?

    No pets or animals please. I have two dogs myself and they are not allowed in this car. The hair is very difficult to remove and other renters may have an allergy, so I just don't allow animals in the car. I hate to have this rule as I love animals and enjoy taking them on trips with me, but I use my other car for that. Thanks for understanding.

  • How do I charge a Tesla?

    Per Turo's Fuel Policy, you are responsible for replacing any energy (fuel) you use while driving the car. So, please return the car with as much energy in the battery as it had when you picked it up, or you could be responsible for refueling charges per the Turo Fuel policy. If you charge at a Tesla supercharger, there's no fee; however please leave the charger immediately when charging is complete. If the car sits taking up a charging space "idle" fees will apply, and you will pay these fees through Turo. Here's a link to Turo's fuel policy: https://support.turo.com/hc/en-us/articles/203990730-Fuel-policy note the section on Electric Vehicles (EV). As stated already, charging is free (if you use Tesla Superchargers) so this is not about the cost of energy; rather it's the time. Charging an EV takes time, and time is money, and receiving the car back with a low charge is a huge inconvenience. Thanks for understanding. Please try to keep the battery charged above 20% and less than 90% of charge. If you need the full range, to make it to your destination, that's ok, but if you're just driving around town please charge only to 90% and don't run the battery below about 20%. This will optimize the short-term performance (acceleration and regen braking are best when battery is around 40-80% charge) as well as the long-term life of the battery. Also, the last 20% of charging (from 80-100%) is VERY slow. You will charge fastest up to 80%, then it will slow down dramatically. Usually 80% is plenty to get you to the next charging station or destination. The navigation system will show you where there are Tesla supercharging stations (tap the lightning bolt icon on the nav display), which is the recommended way to charge the car (and the fastest). Tesla stations are free to use. In the San Jose and SF peninsula area there are FIVE superchargers: 1 in Mountain View, 1 in Sunnyvale, 1 in Cupertino, and two in San Mateo. There are a few in the east bay area too, e.g. the Fremont Tesla factory where this car was built (a fun stop for Tesla fans, book a tour!) Superchargers usually charge the car at a rate of 150-300 miles of range per hour of charging. Plan on 150 mi/hour charging rate since the rate goes down if the station is busy/full and/or old. If you're the only one there, you might see 300 mi/hour charging, but it's rare. For non-Tesla charging stations, I recommend "ChargePoint." Install the app on your smartphone, set up an account with payment methods ready. This way if/when you need to charge away from a Tesla charger, you're ready to go. The car includes an adapter for ChargePoint stations. Chargepoints are commonly found at shopping centers and parking garages, and the app will locate them for you. They usually charge the car at a rate of about 20-30 miles of range per hour of charging. You may also plug in to a standard 120V 3-prong household outlet. This is the slowest way to charge but will help in a pinch. This will charge at a rate of about 6 miles of range per hour of charging.

  • I plan on buying a Tesla what's your referral code?

    Thanks for asking! If you do plan to buy or lease a new Tesla after renting my car I'd love it if you'd use my referral code. Using a referral code is required to get unlimited supercharging (worth thousands of dollars over the ownership of the car), and sometimes Tesla even offers a discount (currently they don't) off the purchase price. Please give your Tesla purchase adviser my code when you purchase or lease a new Tesla: http://ts.la/kieran2321

  • I have other Tesla questions...

    I'm a huge Tesla fan and love sharing my knowledge and passion with others, talking about Tesla cars, solar products, SpaceX, and the Tesla mission in general. Feel free to shoot me a message/text with any additional questions or comments.

  • How Safe / Secure is this car?

    Teslas are among the safest cars ever designed when it comes to protecting occupants during collisions. You can do a online search for plenty of info on this. Their renowned safety is largely due to the fact that there is no engine in the front of the car, so the chassis and frame can be optimized for crash-worthiness, with no compromises due to having to house a huge heavy engine. Teslas are also very well protected for theft, but not significantly more than any other modern car. Teslas, like all high-end expensive cars, are targets for petty thieves who will break a window and take what they can reach. That means: don't leave valuables visible in the car. Ideally, leave all areas visible so would-be thieves can clearly see there's nothing to steal. If you have some items you would like to leave in the car while it is parked in public areas, the best thing to do is store them in the "frunk" (front trunk) storage area. This is the only area that is not visible and not accessible to thieves. Any other area is accessible if they were to break a window (even the rear "trunk" area), so don't tempt them.

  • Tell me about the rear-facing kids seats?

    These seats are super cool! Kids love to sit back there; the view is amazing, and it feels like a cockpit of a spaceship. Warning though: these seats are ONLY for small kids, under about 4'10" in height (less than about 148cm). NO small kids? No problem! The Model S still seats 5 adults as always, and the rear-facing kid seats fold away into the floor taking up no space from the trunk. The seats are very safe; Tesla reinforces the rear body frame when these seats are ordered & installed. Plus sitting rear-facing is safer than front-facing in most accidents. Also the seats have full, 5-point safety harnesses, similar to a toddler seat, that are fully adjustable. I do not recommend toddlers sit there though, as these seats are not easily accessible from the main cabin while driving. The main restriction is seated height / headroom. If the child isn't too tall, they can sit there. Let me know if you have other questions!

Reviews

4.98

53 reviews

Tom B.

Tom B.Jan 20, 2020

Kieran’s Model S is well taken care of and was a great way to visit our grandparents who are out of town. We’d definitely consider renting from Kieran again but would make sure the pick up and drop off are in the same location (our mistake!)

Vahidin M.

Vahidin M.Oct 21, 2019

Kieran had great communication. The car was amazing and I was able to utilize it for my leisure trip to travel. With free supercharging, you don’t have to worry about paying extra costs for gas. So consider a Tesla for your next rental through Turo.

Robert M.

Robert M.Oct 16, 2019

Kieran made our first time experience with Turo seamless. Communication was excellent as was his vehicle. We enjoyed! Thank you!

Matt L.

Matt L.Sep 8, 2019

What a great experience with the car. Perfect for our trip to Point Reyes. Kieran was very accommodating and informative when it came to his Tesla. He walked us through the ins and outside of the car. Had a great time. 10/10 would reccomend.

Kevin T.

Kevin T.Jul 7, 2019

The host was very nice and considerate. Picked up the car cleaned and vacuumed. Walked us through all the quirks and features. A 10/10 experience.

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The car

Tesla Model S 2017

75

4.98

(58 trips)

Electric

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

Kieran
5.0
Kieran
58 tripsJoined Feb 2017

Typically responds in 3 hours

Description

Welcome to my Tesla Model S 75! Thanks for taking a look. Manufactured in September of 2017; it is still like-new. This Tesla has the most recent hardware and software available (as of Oct 2018), and so has all the "enhanced autopilot" features you may have heard about recently. My car is equipped with the rare rear-facing kids seats in the back, for a total of 7 passengers (5 adults + 2 small kids) see photos and FAQ for details on seating. Other features: FREE Supercharging, HOV (carpool lane) access, all SF bay-area bridge tolls included, CRAZY fast performance and handling: 0-60 in under 5 seconds (Tesla claims 4.3 seconds; I haven't timed it!), instant torque, corners as if on rails, all in a spacious comfy family sedan. The car is stock as of September 2017, which includes the new performance bucket seats front and back and the new ALL GLASS roof (Gotta see it to believe it), and TONS of delightful convenience features: Unlimited data for streaming music or podcasts, ambient lighting, intelligent navigation (including Navigate on Autopilot) and voice recognition, automatic lights inside & out, automatic wipers, solar tinted roof, power liftgate/trunk, "frunk" front trunk storage, loads of space for luggage or gear, and many more treats for you to discover. I have also equipped my Tesla with Autopilot software, which you are free to use and enjoy (please read my FAQ below). Also included is free Supercharging, and the car will navigate you to the nearest Tesla Supercharger. Take this car for a spin up to the wine country (Superchargers in Napa and Petaluma) or down the coast to Monterey. Family-friendly! As mentioned above, my Model S has the extremely rare rear-facing 3rd row seating option, so if you have a couple youngsters along for your trip, they'll love sitting back there, it's like riding in a spaceship! The two 3rd row seats are for kids only, and are actually safer than normal seats, as they have 5-point safety harnesses. With enough notice, I can provide a child booster seat for kids in the normal adult seats. Pick up and drop off: I can do hand-offs weekdays at SJC (depending on timing - the more notice the better), or Santa Clara (near Levi Stadium). On weekends, plan to pick up and return in Saratoga, unless we agree otherwise. Locations might be negotiable with enough notice. This is a high-performance luxury sedan; I treat it as such and expect you too as well. I will have it cleaned, charged up, and ready to go for you when you pick it up. Please return it in the same condition. No need to clean the exterior, but please make your best effort to keep the inside clean from dirt, food, sand, etc. No smoking or vaping in the car, please. Excessive dirt or stains or smoking odors will result in a cleaning fee to your Turo account, and a poor review. Per Turo's Fuel Policy, you are responsible for replacing any energy (fuel) you use while driving the car. So, please return the car with as much energy in the battery as it had when you picked it up, or you could be responsible for refueling charges per the Turo Fuel policy. For more info about charging see the FAQ.

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

Long-term car

Autopilot highway self-driving

HOV/carpool lane access

Local bridge tolls included!

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Unlimited mileage

$100/day

Prepaid refuel

You may return the car charged less than 50% but more than 5% (so I can get to a charger). Less than 5% and I'll impose the fuel fee as well.

$50/trip

Child safety seat

booster seat, front facing

$10/day1 available

Parking details

PLEASE NOTE: weekend hand-offs & returns location is in Saratoga, at Prospect High School. Weekdays hand-off and return will be at Mt. View location. At the Mountain View location, look for the solar panel charging stations in the parking lot. That's where the Tesla will be. The lot is adjacent to Garcia Avenue. If you are not adjacent to Garcia, you are in the wrong location. The Saratoga (weekend hand-offs) location is the west-most parking lot for Prospect High School, in Saratoga, CA.

Guidelines

Please, no smoking, no pets, and please charge the car before returning. Please read all my FAQs before picking up the car.

Faqs

  • What is Autopilot? How does it work?

    Autopilot is Tesla's name for it's driving assistance feature. It is not true "self driving". The car can steer itself between well marked lane lines, and can keep pace with traffic; i.e. you set the max speed and the car will speed up and slow down with traffic up to the max speed set. This system is awesome, but has limitations. Some of the limitations I've noticed: it doesn't do well in the left-most lane, or the right-most lane. The best location is one of the middle lanes of a highway. It also will slightly swerve back and forth within the lane when you crest a hill, as the vision system re-acquires the lane lines on the other side of the hill. The car does not do well when someone cuts you off / changes lanes in front of you & very close to you. This system can be activated on surface streets but it is NOT recommended. Autopilot does not (YET) recognize street signs, traffic lights/signals, pedestrians, cyclists, animals, or anything other than cars. If you engage AP on surface streets, it will drive straight through red lights, stop signs, hit pedestrians, etc. Finally, AP is not perfect, even on a highway in a middle lane; it will occasionally mess up and lose sight of the lane and steer out of your lane accidentally. So you really must still pay attention. The system requires you to keep your hands on the wheel, even when auto-steer is enabled. That said, it is still amazing to use and reduces driver fatigue greatly, and it has prevented many accidents since its release, so despite the limitations it is a safety feature! To enable autopilot, the system must be "ready." You will know it's ready when you see two icons on the dashboard display: first is the speed control icon (a circle with a speed number in it, e.g. "45") to the left of the speed indicator, and an autosteer icon (a steering wheel) to the right of the speed indicator. When both of these are displayed, you "double pull" the cruise control stalk on the left of the steering column. To disengage, push the stalk forward, or tap the brakes. When autosteer is enabled, manually steering the car will disengage auto-steer. If only the speed control icon is shown you may only engage traffic-adaptive-cruise-control (single pull of the cruise control stalk).

  • May I smoke in your car?

    No smoking (tobacco or any other smokable materials) or vaping or any other odor-inducing activities please. It is nearly impossible to remove the smell from cars. This would ruin the car for me and future renters.

  • Are pets OK?

    No pets or animals please. I have two dogs myself and they are not allowed in this car. The hair is very difficult to remove and other renters may have an allergy, so I just don't allow animals in the car. I hate to have this rule as I love animals and enjoy taking them on trips with me, but I use my other car for that. Thanks for understanding.

  • How do I charge a Tesla?

    Per Turo's Fuel Policy, you are responsible for replacing any energy (fuel) you use while driving the car. So, please return the car with as much energy in the battery as it had when you picked it up, or you could be responsible for refueling charges per the Turo Fuel policy. If you charge at a Tesla supercharger, there's no fee; however please leave the charger immediately when charging is complete. If the car sits taking up a charging space "idle" fees will apply, and you will pay these fees through Turo. Here's a link to Turo's fuel policy: https://support.turo.com/hc/en-us/articles/203990730-Fuel-policy note the section on Electric Vehicles (EV). As stated already, charging is free (if you use Tesla Superchargers) so this is not about the cost of energy; rather it's the time. Charging an EV takes time, and time is money, and receiving the car back with a low charge is a huge inconvenience. Thanks for understanding. Please try to keep the battery charged above 20% and less than 90% of charge. If you need the full range, to make it to your destination, that's ok, but if you're just driving around town please charge only to 90% and don't run the battery below about 20%. This will optimize the short-term performance (acceleration and regen braking are best when battery is around 40-80% charge) as well as the long-term life of the battery. Also, the last 20% of charging (from 80-100%) is VERY slow. You will charge fastest up to 80%, then it will slow down dramatically. Usually 80% is plenty to get you to the next charging station or destination. The navigation system will show you where there are Tesla supercharging stations (tap the lightning bolt icon on the nav display), which is the recommended way to charge the car (and the fastest). Tesla stations are free to use. In the San Jose and SF peninsula area there are FIVE superchargers: 1 in Mountain View, 1 in Sunnyvale, 1 in Cupertino, and two in San Mateo. There are a few in the east bay area too, e.g. the Fremont Tesla factory where this car was built (a fun stop for Tesla fans, book a tour!) Superchargers usually charge the car at a rate of 150-300 miles of range per hour of charging. Plan on 150 mi/hour charging rate since the rate goes down if the station is busy/full and/or old. If you're the only one there, you might see 300 mi/hour charging, but it's rare. For non-Tesla charging stations, I recommend "ChargePoint." Install the app on your smartphone, set up an account with payment methods ready. This way if/when you need to charge away from a Tesla charger, you're ready to go. The car includes an adapter for ChargePoint stations. Chargepoints are commonly found at shopping centers and parking garages, and the app will locate them for you. They usually charge the car at a rate of about 20-30 miles of range per hour of charging. You may also plug in to a standard 120V 3-prong household outlet. This is the slowest way to charge but will help in a pinch. This will charge at a rate of about 6 miles of range per hour of charging.

  • I plan on buying a Tesla what's your referral code?

    Thanks for asking! If you do plan to buy or lease a new Tesla after renting my car I'd love it if you'd use my referral code. Using a referral code is required to get unlimited supercharging (worth thousands of dollars over the ownership of the car), and sometimes Tesla even offers a discount (currently they don't) off the purchase price. Please give your Tesla purchase adviser my code when you purchase or lease a new Tesla: http://ts.la/kieran2321

  • I have other Tesla questions...

    I'm a huge Tesla fan and love sharing my knowledge and passion with others, talking about Tesla cars, solar products, SpaceX, and the Tesla mission in general. Feel free to shoot me a message/text with any additional questions or comments.

  • How Safe / Secure is this car?

    Teslas are among the safest cars ever designed when it comes to protecting occupants during collisions. You can do a online search for plenty of info on this. Their renowned safety is largely due to the fact that there is no engine in the front of the car, so the chassis and frame can be optimized for crash-worthiness, with no compromises due to having to house a huge heavy engine. Teslas are also very well protected for theft, but not significantly more than any other modern car. Teslas, like all high-end expensive cars, are targets for petty thieves who will break a window and take what they can reach. That means: don't leave valuables visible in the car. Ideally, leave all areas visible so would-be thieves can clearly see there's nothing to steal. If you have some items you would like to leave in the car while it is parked in public areas, the best thing to do is store them in the "frunk" (front trunk) storage area. This is the only area that is not visible and not accessible to thieves. Any other area is accessible if they were to break a window (even the rear "trunk" area), so don't tempt them.

  • Tell me about the rear-facing kids seats?

    These seats are super cool! Kids love to sit back there; the view is amazing, and it feels like a cockpit of a spaceship. Warning though: these seats are ONLY for small kids, under about 4'10" in height (less than about 148cm). NO small kids? No problem! The Model S still seats 5 adults as always, and the rear-facing kid seats fold away into the floor taking up no space from the trunk. The seats are very safe; Tesla reinforces the rear body frame when these seats are ordered & installed. Plus sitting rear-facing is safer than front-facing in most accidents. Also the seats have full, 5-point safety harnesses, similar to a toddler seat, that are fully adjustable. I do not recommend toddlers sit there though, as these seats are not easily accessible from the main cabin while driving. The main restriction is seated height / headroom. If the child isn't too tall, they can sit there. Let me know if you have other questions!

Reviews

4.98

53 reviews

Tom B.

Tom B.Jan 20, 2020

Kieran’s Model S is well taken care of and was a great way to visit our grandparents who are out of town. We’d definitely consider renting from Kieran again but would make sure the pick up and drop off are in the same location (our mistake!)

Vahidin M.

Vahidin M.Oct 21, 2019

Kieran had great communication. The car was amazing and I was able to utilize it for my leisure trip to travel. With free supercharging, you don’t have to worry about paying extra costs for gas. So consider a Tesla for your next rental through Turo.

Robert M.

Robert M.Oct 16, 2019

Kieran made our first time experience with Turo seamless. Communication was excellent as was his vehicle. We enjoyed! Thank you!

Matt L.

Matt L.Sep 8, 2019

What a great experience with the car. Perfect for our trip to Point Reyes. Kieran was very accommodating and informative when it came to his Tesla. He walked us through the ins and outside of the car. Had a great time. 10/10 would reccomend.

Kevin T.

Kevin T.Jul 7, 2019

The host was very nice and considerate. Picked up the car cleaned and vacuumed. Walked us through all the quirks and features. A 10/10 experience.

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