This week, we address some of the comments posted online about our experiment to see if a Tesla would drive with no one in the driver's seat. We also share our test results of the 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, discuss the scarcity of the Kia Telluride, if owners are able to replace LED daytime running lights on their own, a smart maintenance schedule for a car driven 4 miles a day in an urban environment, and why new cars aren't as inexpensive as the Ford Model T was in the 1920s.
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00:00 – Introduction
00:34 – We Answer Questions About Our Recent Tesla Coverage
15:11 – 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Test Results
22:55 – Question #1: How can I buy a Kia Telluride when they are no where to be found?
28:41 – Question #2: Why new cars aren’t as inexpensive as the Ford Model T was in the 1920s?
33:09 – Question #3: When the LEDs burn out on a DRL, does the whole headlight assembly need to be replaced?
35:58 – Question #4: Which vehicle maintenance schedule is more important to follow: miles driven, or months elapsed?
38:17 – Question #5: Do hybrid vehicles have a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), and how does it work?
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