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Tesla Model X 2017

100D

5.0

(98 trips)

Trip start

Trip end


Unlock from the app with Turo Go

Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers


Electric

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

South Florida EV Rentals

5.0

South Florida EV Rentals
All-Star Host
512 tripsJoined

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like South Florida EV Rentals are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Have you ever thought about driving a Tesla to Disney? If so come rent from this Model X and it will change the way you look at driving. During your rental I will remain available to you to answer any questions/concerns that might arise. IF requested, I will explain everything that Tesla did not explain to me , and I will explain the pros & cons of owning one as your primary vehicle.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Tesla premium Connectivity

Enhanced Autopilot

Extras (2)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Child safety seat

Booster seat

$10/trip2 available

Child safety seat

Child Seat, two options: #1 5-65 lbs #2 40.0 - 120.0 lbs

$20/trip4 available

Guidelines

No Smoking, please return the car clean(ish), with at least 60 miles of charge(or 20%) remaining so I can make it home. Thank you.

Faqs

  • How much did you electricity bill go up when you got a Tesla?

    About $29 a month

  • *EV Charging Incidental info(Tesla Supercharging & idle charger fees only)* How do I charge it?

    Below is a quick crash course on the 3 different types of ways you charge a Tesla. Typically the distance & frequency you travel will determine the method you need to use. 1. Home charging (Best), Charge rate 5 - 30 (45 with a Tesla wall charger) miles per hour. If you own a Tesla 99.9% of the time this is how you charge your car, because the best part of owning a one of these is you plug it in before you go to bed, & you will wake-up to a full battery everyday. If you are renting a home during your trip (e.g. Air BNB), & it has a dryer plug less than 20 feet from where you park, you may be able utilize this type of charging during your time. To support this in the trunk (under the false bottom) you will find a Tesla gen2 Mobile charger every type US plug possible (NEMA 5-15; 10-30; 14-30; & 14-50). 2. Destination charging (Great), Charge rate 10-30 miles per hour. Plugshare.com has an app that allows you to lookup all destination chargers in your area, you will find these at charging stations hotels & apartment operate for free. The universally accepted adapter for a destination charger is called a CHAdeMo (J1772). To convert that into Tesla charger port, you will need to find an adapter in trunk to allow that you clip on to the tip of the charger, then plug it into your Tesla after that. 3.Finally Super Charging (good), Charge rate 1000 miles per hour. This one is most like a gasoline refueling so you use it when you don't have time to charge overnight and/or you need you travel a distance longer than the maximum range of the car. It is the most expensive option because it is pay per use (after your rental is complete I will charge you one incidental charge equal to all the supercharging fees incurred during your rental. Superchargers are displayed on the map as numbers equal to the stall available at them. To get the most out of this charging you want to start charging the car when it gets to 30% then stop it at 80% charge. if you do that it should less than 15 minutes, costs $5/10 (peak/off-peak) then you are back on your way. Lastly, if you are not leaving right after you finish charging it is important to disconnect and move out of the stall as soon as the charging is complete (IF not Tesla retains the ability to charge a $1 per minute idle penalty fee")

  • *Toll incidental info* How will I pay tolls during my rental?

    This car is equipped with a SunPassPro device which will let you automatically pay your tolls (& some parking). Seven days after your trip is complete you will receive an incidental for all the charges accrued during your time with the car.

  • *Ticket fee incidental info* Parking costs at your pick-up & drop-off locations.

    Delivery is free within 25 miles, but please bear in mind you will be charged after the trip for any parking costs accrued based on the pick-up & drop-off requested. I will of coordinate these locations with you on the day before your trip to ensure you don't have any last minute changes

  • Bicycle Rack Damage or lost?

    IF you lose or damage the bicycle rack their could be a incidental fee up to the full value of it ($540.00).

  • Lost Key FOB?

    IF you lose a key fob, their will be incidental fee of $150.00.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(87 ratings)

Reviews

Samantha F.

Samantha

Wonderful vehicle. Excellent customer service. Will rent again.

Darius C.

Darius

Was a grate host

Matt M.

Matt

Pickup was easy and smooth.

Kevantia L.

Kevantia

Car was above and beyond and is really helpful when coming to parking and navigation I highly recommend you book with Eddie he was an outstanding host made sure I was good.

Ivan L.

Ivan

South Florida EV Rentals were great. They were always at the ready, very quick response.

Pickup at car location

Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
Free

Pickup locations

Miami International Airport
$50.00
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Free
Miami Airport Station
Free
1 Seminole Way
Free

Cancellation policy
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Tesla Model X 2017

100D

5.0

(98 trips)

Electric

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

South Florida EV Rentals

5.0

South Florida EV Rentals
All-Star Host
512 tripsJoined

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like South Florida EV Rentals are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Have you ever thought about driving a Tesla to Disney? If so come rent from this Model X and it will change the way you look at driving. During your rental I will remain available to you to answer any questions/concerns that might arise. IF requested, I will explain everything that Tesla did not explain to me , and I will explain the pros & cons of owning one as your primary vehicle.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

Tesla premium Connectivity

Enhanced Autopilot

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Child safety seat

Booster seat

$10/trip2 available

Child safety seat

Child Seat, two options: #1 5-65 lbs #2 40.0 - 120.0 lbs

$20/trip4 available

Guidelines

No Smoking, please return the car clean(ish), with at least 60 miles of charge(or 20%) remaining so I can make it home. Thank you.

Faqs

  • How much did you electricity bill go up when you got a Tesla?

    About $29 a month

  • *EV Charging Incidental info(Tesla Supercharging & idle charger fees only)* How do I charge it?

    Below is a quick crash course on the 3 different types of ways you charge a Tesla. Typically the distance & frequency you travel will determine the method you need to use. 1. Home charging (Best), Charge rate 5 - 30 (45 with a Tesla wall charger) miles per hour. If you own a Tesla 99.9% of the time this is how you charge your car, because the best part of owning a one of these is you plug it in before you go to bed, & you will wake-up to a full battery everyday. If you are renting a home during your trip (e.g. Air BNB), & it has a dryer plug less than 20 feet from where you park, you may be able utilize this type of charging during your time. To support this in the trunk (under the false bottom) you will find a Tesla gen2 Mobile charger every type US plug possible (NEMA 5-15; 10-30; 14-30; & 14-50). 2. Destination charging (Great), Charge rate 10-30 miles per hour. Plugshare.com has an app that allows you to lookup all destination chargers in your area, you will find these at charging stations hotels & apartment operate for free. The universally accepted adapter for a destination charger is called a CHAdeMo (J1772). To convert that into Tesla charger port, you will need to find an adapter in trunk to allow that you clip on to the tip of the charger, then plug it into your Tesla after that. 3.Finally Super Charging (good), Charge rate 1000 miles per hour. This one is most like a gasoline refueling so you use it when you don't have time to charge overnight and/or you need you travel a distance longer than the maximum range of the car. It is the most expensive option because it is pay per use (after your rental is complete I will charge you one incidental charge equal to all the supercharging fees incurred during your rental. Superchargers are displayed on the map as numbers equal to the stall available at them. To get the most out of this charging you want to start charging the car when it gets to 30% then stop it at 80% charge. if you do that it should less than 15 minutes, costs $5/10 (peak/off-peak) then you are back on your way. Lastly, if you are not leaving right after you finish charging it is important to disconnect and move out of the stall as soon as the charging is complete (IF not Tesla retains the ability to charge a $1 per minute idle penalty fee")

  • *Toll incidental info* How will I pay tolls during my rental?

    This car is equipped with a SunPassPro device which will let you automatically pay your tolls (& some parking). Seven days after your trip is complete you will receive an incidental for all the charges accrued during your time with the car.

  • *Ticket fee incidental info* Parking costs at your pick-up & drop-off locations.

    Delivery is free within 25 miles, but please bear in mind you will be charged after the trip for any parking costs accrued based on the pick-up & drop-off requested. I will of coordinate these locations with you on the day before your trip to ensure you don't have any last minute changes

  • Bicycle Rack Damage or lost?

    IF you lose or damage the bicycle rack their could be a incidental fee up to the full value of it ($540.00).

  • Lost Key FOB?

    IF you lose a key fob, their will be incidental fee of $150.00.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(87 ratings)

Reviews

Samantha F.

Samantha

Wonderful vehicle. Excellent customer service. Will rent again.

Darius C.

Darius

Was a grate host

Matt M.

Matt

Pickup was easy and smooth.

Kevantia L.

Kevantia

Car was above and beyond and is really helpful when coming to parking and navigation I highly recommend you book with Eddie he was an outstanding host made sure I was good.

Ivan L.

Ivan

South Florida EV Rentals were great. They were always at the ready, very quick response.


Trip start

Trip end

Unlock from the app with Turo Go

Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
Free

Pickup locations

Miami International Airport
$50.00
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Free
Miami Airport Station
Free
1 Seminole Way
Free
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