[/QUOTE]Yes, 2 14-50 outlets actually (used to have 2 EV's)
I do charge when I am sleeping at night. But if a ride share service require more than 200 miles a day, home charging is way too slow.
Supercharger, yes. LR, not really
I have not looked at Tesla insurance, but my experience with Tesla service from previous experience tells me to shy away from anything that require human interactions at Tesla. I can tell you that AAA quoted us $3K/year at one time for a Model X, which is more expensive than our 3 others combined at that time (BMW M3, i3, and Toyota Sienna). That's with all discount myself and my wife have and clean driving record. For Model 3, AAA was again very expensive, so we switch to Costco Ameriprise. Even then, it would have been cheaper to insure a more expensive luxury car.
Thank you; very informative.
Don't take this wrong, but I hope you're an outlier and that most others will have a better "fit" with EV's in Lyft/Uber service.
This application should, eventually (if not already), be an excellent application for Tesla EV's, and it will greatly reduce GHG dumping.