This Guy’s Getting Rid Of His Tesla Because It Needs New Tires
July 21st, 2017
After watching this video, I’m kind of hoping this guy is joking or just trying to get video views. Because his reasoning for getting rid of his Tesla Model S is crazy. He has a YouTube channel, What’s Inside? Family, which has decent views so he’s obviously doing something right. In the latest video, he focuses his attention on the family car, a Tesla Model S and the fact that they’re getting rid of it due to needing to tires. Yeah.
He points out that you can see the “treads” on the back tires when in reality it’s the steel belts and there’s actually no tread at all left on his tires. So all the problems he rattles off in the video about fishtailing and sliding are probably due to him driving on completely bald tires. So instead of getting a brand new car, just shell out the $700 or whatever it is to get new tires. Even modern cars with awesome new technology are going to need new tires, this isn’t a new phenomenon. Check out the whole video on PowerNationTV.com and let us know what you think about his theory…
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