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The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)

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This is proof that you can't always trust what the dealer says. Sometimes it's better to do your own research when it comes to car maintenance.

1 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


2 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


3 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


4 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


5 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)



6 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


7 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


8 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


9 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


10 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


11 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)


12 The Dealer Wanted $4400 But He Found A Cheap Fix For His Toyota Hybrid (12 pics)

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№1 Author: erickthered (16 Feb 2015 01:44) Total user comments: 156


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The real lesson is to stick with 100% internal combustion engines, way easier to fix
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№2 Author: OldOllie (16 Feb 2015 09:52) Total user comments: 1658


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"The real lesson is to stick with 100% internal combustion engines, way easier to fix"

Yeah, and MUCH better for the environment. :04:
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№3 Author: kryptor (16 Feb 2015 11:07) Total user comments: 4823


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nice to know
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№4 Author: Nick1090 (16 Feb 2015 11:26) Total user comments: 1257


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Hope he put that on youtube too.
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№5 Author: Ben2017 (16 Feb 2015 12:17) Total user comments: 2044


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good show
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№6 Author: Jack796 (16 Feb 2015 13:29) Total user comments: 94


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Never trust you dealer :03:
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№7 Author: LewisJones (16 Feb 2015 20:37) Total user comments: 2206


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great post here! :21: now
we return to the reddit clone threads.......
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№8 Author: mobius (16 Feb 2015 23:17) Total user comments: 1073


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Smart!
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№9 Author: Aindy (17 Feb 2015 02:18) Total user comments: 2863


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OldOllie,
Infact, they are. The process involved in creating those batteries is very bad for the enviroment. Add to that the fact that they are highly toxic and most isnt recycable. When disposed of they cause massive enviromental damage.

Then think that the average life for a lithium car battery is 5 years. A lot of damage if everybody had one needing replacement every few years... but enviromentalists just look at the CO2, not the total effect on the earth. Infact, we would even have to drive the new car for 25 years to make up the diffence in CO2 for the manufacturing process alone.

Dont get me wrong, electric cars are the future, but the current batteries dont last long enough, are too enviromentally damaging and dont hold enough charge. Then add the fact that most electricity is generated from coal. We either need better batteries or liquid hydrogen.
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№10 Author: Jushirou (18 Feb 2015 00:58) Total user comments: 0


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Jack796,
Yeah! i saw "braking bad" too!
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