FWIW I have over 4500 rides in an all-electric Chevy Bolt - it's not a Tesla, but has many of the same benefits. Mine is recharging as I write for $0.025 per mile driven.
Used hybrid is 200% better choice than an EV.
Only new(ish) EV have the range for rideshare. So ppl using EV are paying the steepest part of the depreciation curve. Those Bolts aren't cheap. You bought it new, didn't you?
Having a ton of money tied up in a car that could be totalled tomorrow with the hope that it will go 200-300K miles is lunacy. It gets totalled tomorrow, the ins. company writes you a check for half what you paid. At that point your losses are locked in. Game over.
A hybrid that gets 40+mpg will only spend 5K in gas over 100K miles. There are tons of used hybrids that can achieve this feat.
Spending 30K+ for a newish EV so that you can save 5K in gas over 100K miles (probably half that when electricity is factored in) is "doing it wrong".