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You can test drive a Tesla Model 3 with Autonomy’s subscription service

CEO Scott Painter was the guy behind TrueCar. This is his next adventure. Autonomy As more car buyers dip their feet into the electric vehicle world, there are still many who aren’t sure they can live with an EV on the daily. That’s something Autonomy, a new company from the founder of TrueCar, wants to…

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Autonomy Tesla subscription service

CEO Scott Painter was the guy behind TrueCar. This is his next adventure.


Autonomy

As more car buyers dip their feet into the electric vehicle world, there are still many who aren’t sure they can live with an EV on the daily. Autonomy, the new company founded by TrueCar, hopes to change that. Autonomy’s mission is pretty simple: Subscribe to a Tesla Model 3 with few strings attached, and in the future, you’ll know if an EV is right for you.

The firm launched operations in California this past Thursday and has a fleet of Model 3 EVs to start, with plans to add other Teslas in the future. The subscription service requires a three-month minimum commitment, but after that, subscribers pay month to month. Monthly payments, like many other services, include a variety of coverages, such as maintenance and roadside assistance. Not surprisingly, insurance is not included in the monthly payment.

As for what you can expect to pay, the plans are flexible. Terms range from a $5,500 starting service fee and a $550 monthly payment, to a $1,000 starting service fee and $1,000 monthly payments. Flexibility comes with a price. This is not an auto loan. Autonomy is the owner of the car, you are borrowing it. The company assures that it is simple. In 10 minutes, you pay a security deposit, provide your driver’s license and select a pickup or delivery location.

Subscriptions are currently open through the firm’s website and smartphone app, but only in California for now. Autonomy plans to expand into additional states

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