Tesloop has expanded its one-way Tesla car-sharing service to include trips between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. This is its second route, adding to the San Diego-to-Las Vegas route already in place. Its fleet of Tesla Model X, Model S, and Model 3 vehicles is being managed by Ridecell Fleet Ops to ensure a clean, fully charged vehicle is ready for every customer.
- Tesloop now overs one-way Tesla rentals between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
- The fleet includes the Model X, Model S, and Model 3.
- All vehicles come equipped with Autopilot.
While there are plenty of options for renting cars, it’s not as easy to rent an electric vehicle and even more difficult to find a Tesla. Those who want to experience an EV or who simply want to be more eco-friendly on their road trip now have the chance through Tesloop with pricing from $59.
Tesla Autopilot lets customers experience self-driving technologies. (Photo: Tesla)
Give Self-Driving a Try
It’s also an opportunity for customers to experience self-driving technology, possibly for the first time. Every vehicle in the Tesloop fleet comes equipped with Autopilot. While this feature still requires a driver who is paying attention and ready to take control of the car should something go wrong, it allows for a more relaxed drive experience, which is ideal on road trips.
Renting a Tesla through Tesloop is easy. Drivers must be at least 25 years old and have a clean driving record to submit a request through the online system. Once submitted, the request is reviewed and approved, usually within 24 hours. Finally, a Tesloop Concierge reaches out to finish the booking process and confirm the itinerary.
Cars are picked up and dropped off at Tesloop locations during a preset time window. Those nervous about driving a Tesla or unfamiliar with Autopilot don’t need to worry. A Tesloop representative will help first timers get comfortable with their cars before they start their drive.
WHY THIS MATTERS
Those who are considering going electric, but not sure they’ll like the experience, now have a chance to give it a try. Rental services like Tesloop provide a sort of EV test drive that could convince more people make the switch to electric vehicles.