Featured Hertz Rentals Buying 100,000 Teslas

Discussion in 'Prius, Hybrid, EV and Alt-Fuel News' started by hill, Oct 25, 2021.

  1. hill

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    Tesla’s stock?


    One thing, is a Tesla easily drivable by the typical renter? It has a bit of a learning curve. Given time I’d guess yeah.
     
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    i met dick hertz once
     
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    Its even better news that people can pay a little more and check out an ev, that should accelerate the growth of plug-ins in the US.
    Hertz Buying 100,000 Teslas, Making EVs 20 Percent of Its Fleet
    I took my gf to vegas on herand my aunt'sbirthday ;-) My aunt and some cousins live in las vegas now. Someone asked if I rented a tesla, nope. My gf gave me lots of abuse for driving funny when we first got in the rental. It took time to remember how to drive a normal car after not doing rental cars and flights during covid ;-)
     
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    I marked today as the tipping point.
     
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