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A company in California has just released a Tesla rental subscription service that will allow you to rent a Tesla Model 3 on a month to month basis which offers people an alternative to buying a car.

The subscription company is called Autonomy and now owns 100 Tesla Model 3 vehicles and they have the goal of reaching up to 10,000 Tesla Model 3's by the end of 2022.

There are some pros and cons to this whole subscription service that is now being offered. The benefit is that it will allow many people to have the opportunity to rent a vehicle when needed and have no further obligation for maintenance and or potential future costs.

However, the downside is that this company required a rather large non-refundable deposit over and above the standard monthly fee, another disadvantage is that subscribers do not grow any assets in that regard, but after all, it is just an alternative means of transport. As far as charging stations go, the company does not offer temporary charging ports within the subscription but seeing that this service is currently only available in California, there is pretty much a charging station at every corner which solves that problem.

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