<p><span class="mw-mmv-author">Tesla Model 3s. <em>Photo via Seungho Yang/Wikimedia.&nbsp;</em></span><em>&nbsp;</em></p>

Tesloop, the Culver City, Calif.-based Tesla ride-hailing startup, is expanding its transportation options to allow customers to rent an all-electric Tesla Model 3 for a flat $49 fee to drive one way from San Diego to Los Angeles, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

The company, started in 2015 by then 16-year-old Haydn Sonnad, allows renters to choose from a variety of Tesla models for the roughly two-hour trip. Currently, Tesloop operates with a fleet of 12 vehicles.

Each one-way journey is priced with a flat fee, depending on the model chosen. The ride-hailing service is still available for those who don’t wish to drive, and is priced in between $29 to $79, depending on the time of day.