That's a lot of internet trucks!
To buy Tesla Cybertruck, you need a credit card and pay a $ 100 deposit. But can you still order two martial arts electric pickups? Or four? Or a hundred? YouTuber wants to figure this out exactly.
The YouTube channel "What's Inside? Family" has 1.4 million subscribers. As the name suggests, the channel is not really about Tesla Cybertruck, but about family life. Sometimes a crazy hamster house is built, and sometimes the family man uses the camera to build his own house.
Father Dan was also a big fan of Tesla and made a pre-order immediately after the introduction of polarized electric trucks to ensure a copy. As we all know, all that is needed is a $ 100 security deposit, which will be refunded when paid in full. Since Dan wasn't even sure if he would have Tesla Cybertruck in the future, he had an idea. He wondered: Is there actually a limit on Tesla? Can I pre-order a thousand network trucks for $ 100 each? Will others return empty-handed?
After 20 network trucks: credit card moves abnormally
Dan ordered a network of trucks one after the other in the video, and in the meantime, he wondered if his credit card company would soon report abnormal bills. Yes, after ordering 20 Cybertrucks, the first credit card was "burned" and is no longer accepted on the Tesla website. Fortunately, YouTuber has several credit cards. It is exactly five.
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In the end, he stopped 51 anomalous experiments with network trucks. If the family member really had to pay it all, it would be about $ 3.5 million. Let's hope for Dan that Tesla will adapt. In any case, he may not see a $ 5,000 booking fee anymore. But this doesn't seem to bother YouTuber. in contrast. He is not without pride in owning a record holder. Dan said: "I personally may be the one who orders the most Internet trucks. I am the world record holder."