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Here’s How To Rent An Electric Car Like Tesla Without Breaking The Bank

Evee, electric cars, Tesla

If you’re an eco-conscious driver but can’t necessarily afford the skyrocketing prices of electric cars, you can now hire vehicles like those from Tesla for personal or business use at affordable prices thanks to the eco-conscious car rental company, Evee, announcing its launch into the Australian market.

This mode of car rental not only gives you the opportunity to drive smooth, top-of-the-range electric cars, but by doing so you’re also reducing your carbon footprint.

Tesla, Evee
Tesla

We have worked hard to achieve a solution that works for everyone. EV (electric vehicle) owners can recoup the considerable cost of these high value vehicles when not in use. While for users it is both a transport solution for the eco-conscious, and a chance to experience the future of automotive transport now.” – Evee founder, Slava Kozlovskii.

Tesla, Evee
Tesla

The cost of these electric vehicles are extremely high, so if you own one, you can make money while you aren’t using it by listing your car for use. For example, if the market value of your electric vehicle is at $100,000 and you “share” your car for ten days a month, you could make up to $28,800!

Originally launched in the US in 2016, Evee found the formula that allowed for customers to use these “high value vehicles at an acceptable price”. Now they’re in the Australian market where they currently operate in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Canberra.

The best part is that the vehicles are delivered to you, so there’s no need to go pick it up.

With already a wide range of EVs available to rent, Evee are looking to roll out even more, with the Tesla 3’s having recently been added in August.

For more information on listing your electric vehicle or to hire one, visit Evee now, https://www.evee.com.au

Emeric Brard

Written by Emeric Brard

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  1. Thanks Frank! Yes, we are certainly planning to expand outside of Australia. We used to have a couple of cars in California in early 2019, but the insurance situation was very difficult to overcome. Once we get more established in AU we’ll make a leap 😀

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