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Consumers Are Rejecting The Great Reset

• Zero Hedge

Authored by Jeffrey A. Tucker via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),

A friend got a rental of a Tesla over the holidays. It's undoubtedly the industry standard for EVs and a complete blast to drive. The problem: It's not a practical car at all. He was driving in the cold, and the car was nearly drained after two hours. Searching for a charge was no easy task. The first one didn't work. The second one stated that it would be charged in 10 hours, which he didn't have. The third one charged in one hour but that was a full hour wasted.

His conclusion: This is indeed a glorified golf cart designed to keep you at home and under the thumb of the manufacturer. And this is just a test. The repairs are worse. Keep in mind that this is the best the industry has to offer. The other manufacturers of these things make products not nearly as high-rated, which is why so many of them are sitting on lots unsold and why orders for the machines are plummeting.


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