I thought I'd share a funny story about renting my car out on Turo. So far I've had a pretty good experience with it and met a lot of nice Tesla enthusiasts. Honestly I usually end up spending 20-30 minutes chatting with them after they return the car about EVs etc. Which no offense, is probably better for me than arguing with people in Electrek comment threads at 1:00am So I had someone reserve my car for the week starting Friday. "Great!" I thought as this covers the majority of the cost of the car for the month at minimal hassle for me. Instead of dropping off, picking up and washing the car 7 times I get it all in one shot. Much easier. So before the rental I set the customer up with some tips so he's ready. One of the big ones was getting him to download plugshare since it's just a lot easier to uses the L2 infrastructure than be tethered to the SC for local driving. Friday comes along and I meet him at the airport, give him a 20 minute rundown of the controls, charging, and EV stuff. He's never driven an EV before but is interested in maybe getting a model X. I drop him some local restaurant recommendations and look forward to a nice week of biking to work (I need the exercise). 8 hours later I get a call. He's down to about 60 miles of range and is at a Kia dealership trying to charge the car on a Chademo. I explain to him that he's only going to be able to use the L2 there, but he has plenty of range to get to his destination, where there's a L2 charger (30 miles) or the Supercharger (30 miles). At this point he panics and says he needs a more reliable car and wants to return it. Frankly i'm fine with him returning the car. Like I said, I enjoy sharing this with other enthusiasts so locking someone into the car for another 6 days wasn't really interesting for me either. So he immediately drives 30 minutes to my place and drops off the car. Perhaps I underestimated how weird EV driving is since it's just part of my daily routine to pull up plugshare if I'm somewhere for a few hours but I at least tried my best to prepare him for how to use the car properly. Maybe I need to give a longer primer on how to switch out of the "Gas Station" mindset and more into "opportunistic charging". Maybe next time I'll get the customer to set up alerts on Plugshare so they at least get a notification when they're near a charger. Oh well, I hope he rented a nice Panamera or something for the rest of his week but I doubt he'll be getting a Model X any time soon.