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Cooley On Cars is the only show all about high-tech cars and modern driving, hosted by Brian Cooley.

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Cooley On Cars is the only show all about high-tech cars and modern driving, hosted by Brian Cooley.

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    How to tell if a car has been flooded and what to do about it

    How to tell if a car has been flooded and what to do about it

    The short answer: Move on. But first you need to know how to spot flooding.

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    Keep your battery ready for hard winter weather

    Keep your battery ready for hard winter weather

    Really cold weather is hard on your car's battery, but with these three tips you can make sure your car starts every time.

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    The most important dash cam features to shop for

    The most important dash cam features to shop for

    High resolution, multiple angles and ease of use are more important than a lot of other bells and whistles.

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    Haul garbage cans with your car with these clever hooks

    Haul garbage cans with your car with these clever hooks

    When garbage pickup is a long way down your driveway, these make life easier.

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    This tech may save your life by keeping your car from starting

    This tech may save your life by keeping your car from starting

    Drunk driving and a lack of seat belt use have caused a spike in highway deaths. You may not like what's coming to fix that.

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    Are you washing your car in a drought?

    Are you washing your car in a drought?

    Here's a better way to have sparkling-clean car without water waste.

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82 Ratings

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Mr. Cooley, I always look forward to watch your videos. They never disappoint. But I get the feeling you don’t like Tesla. Amd you are right when you said the CT is not for everyone. Old school truck driver are in the way out. CT design is for the younger generation and people that like Tesla. Hummer like you said it looks the same... you can hear the crickets, like when you said the CT doesn’t comes in any color. Which is totally fine. Cause I am a truck lover also. But hated when I go hunting in Wisconsin and I have to drive through the woods. I got a lot of scratches through out the yrs. and did not like that. This is something I don’t have to worry about in the CT. Cause it’s meant to be tough! Price it ridiculous for a company that have been making vehicles for ages! And can not make affordable vehicles. And this day in age, who cares about buttons?! Oh yeah you said truck drivers! Well it is 2021 and there isn’t that many buttons on cellphones. FSD is taking long, yes. But it will get better. And they have make significant advances. As you been a car reviewer. So maybe you can make a video about What’s all the fuss about FSD and compare it with other self driving softwares. As you know software it is very expensive! So I don’t think 10000 dls is a lot. When you compare it with with computer software like cad drawings, that cost thousands and only two people can use it. For the price of the hummer and doesn’t even come with some sort of self driving capabilities. Hmmm. You didn’t mention the CT can also adjust its height. Which is greater than the Hummer. Be fair when comparing any vehicle regarding who it is. It make you sound like you are bias to Hummer just like Dough Demuro’s YouTube comparison. I do like and respect your videos, but not when it isn’t a fair one like this one. And no, Tesla’s are not perfect by any means, but at least they are meaning vehicles that anybody can afford! They always are innovating something that traditional automakers forgot about. Otherwise go and check Sandy Munro’s videos. He says it like it is. Maybe you can take some notes from him when you comparing vehicles. Thank you and keep up the good work!

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