Emillia
Emillia

Emillia

Kaunakakai, Hawaii
Joined May 2018
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Reviews from guests

19 trips

4.23

(13 reviews)

Phil S.

Phil S.July 1, 2019

The only problem was that we didn't get the car we reserved. We rented the Nissan Leaf, we were given a Ford Focus, with no A/C and a 5 speed stick shift which was almost impossible to get into reverse, we wanted an automatic trans.

Craig W.

Craig W.April 28, 2019

We were very pleased with Emillia and the performance of her Electric Vehicle. She brought the car to the airport and let us leave it there at the end. This was our first time driving an EV, which was an interesting learning experience. It is eerily quiet, has a lot of pick up, is easy to get around in, and has plenty of room. My recommendation- if you're familiar with driving an EV, this is the car for you. It's roomy but still small enough to get around. If this is your first time driving an EV, this is an opportunity to learn about EV driving. You'll need to become familiar with the charging process. For example, setting up an account with the charging company (their phone number is on the Charging Station) and either downloading their app or calling them to begin charging. Having only one charging station on the island can be a bit unnerving, especially if you're staying at the West end of the island; however, the charging station centrally located, and we once drove the width of the island twice before recharging, and still had some juice to spare. It does take a while to get used to the 'gas gauge'. It depletes as you drive, of course, but charges when you coast downhill. Which can be a bit disconcerting at first. We had 42 miles when we left from Kaunakakai to drive up to Kalaupapa lookout, but stopped short of Kalaupapa when the gauge read 22 miles. But by the time we returned (downhill) to Kaunakakai, the gauge was back up to 40 miles. We drove up the next day with a better understanding of the gauge. Despite some 'gas gague' anxiety, we highly recommend Emillia and her EV.

Megan E.

Megan E.April 25, 2019

His was a great little car, served its purpose. It’s completely electric, which is great but we did have to plan accordingly so we wouldn’t run out of battery. If you’re staying in the center of Molokai it’s great but if you stay on the west side, you use half the battery just to get there. And there’s only one charging station on the island.

Emillia
Emillia

Emillia

Kaunakakai, Hawaii
Joined May 2018
Verified info
  • Approved to drive
    Approved to drive means Emillia has provided their driver’s license number and passed the Turo driver screening process.
    Learn more
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Facebook

Reviews from guests

19 trips

4.23

(13 reviews)

Phil S.

Phil S.July 1, 2019

The only problem was that we didn't get the car we reserved. We rented the Nissan Leaf, we were given a Ford Focus, with no A/C and a 5 speed stick shift which was almost impossible to get into reverse, we wanted an automatic trans.

Craig W.

Craig W.April 28, 2019

We were very pleased with Emillia and the performance of her Electric Vehicle. She brought the car to the airport and let us leave it there at the end. This was our first time driving an EV, which was an interesting learning experience. It is eerily quiet, has a lot of pick up, is easy to get around in, and has plenty of room. My recommendation- if you're familiar with driving an EV, this is the car for you. It's roomy but still small enough to get around. If this is your first time driving an EV, this is an opportunity to learn about EV driving. You'll need to become familiar with the charging process. For example, setting up an account with the charging company (their phone number is on the Charging Station) and either downloading their app or calling them to begin charging. Having only one charging station on the island can be a bit unnerving, especially if you're staying at the West end of the island; however, the charging station centrally located, and we once drove the width of the island twice before recharging, and still had some juice to spare. It does take a while to get used to the 'gas gauge'. It depletes as you drive, of course, but charges when you coast downhill. Which can be a bit disconcerting at first. We had 42 miles when we left from Kaunakakai to drive up to Kalaupapa lookout, but stopped short of Kalaupapa when the gauge read 22 miles. But by the time we returned (downhill) to Kaunakakai, the gauge was back up to 40 miles. We drove up the next day with a better understanding of the gauge. Despite some 'gas gague' anxiety, we highly recommend Emillia and her EV.

Megan E.

Megan E.April 25, 2019

His was a great little car, served its purpose. It’s completely electric, which is great but we did have to plan accordingly so we wouldn’t run out of battery. If you’re staying in the center of Molokai it’s great but if you stay on the west side, you use half the battery just to get there. And there’s only one charging station on the island.

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