Car Makers are in a Crisis – Mike Mauceli, Tom Pyle

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Car manufacturers are having a difficult time grappling with the supply and demand of the electric vehicle market. The average American simply doesn’t have the money or access to the infrastructure to make it their everyday vehicle.

In this episode, Tom Pyle joins Mike to discuss the turbulence that plagues the electric vehicle market, and why government intervention is making it worse.


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Let me explain…

Do not just do what I, my team, or my guest say. That would be stupid and irresponsible. Take the education, then use your own brain and make your own decisions.

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Take the education we provide but then determine your own actions. If it does not make sense to you, get more education before you invest. We will continue to provide education and there will always be more opportunities.

Cameron Long

  • @khwairakpamvinodkumarsingh1445 says:


  • @theotherbrock787 says:

    The car has turned into the cell phone. 🧐 unless you are 5 feet from your charger at all times it’s a bad day.

  • @hustlerg8407 says:

    👉haha greedy car makers 🤣😂

  • @larryhanshew5173 says:


  • @DaveInCanada081 says:

    Do you remember that congress woman who introduced a bill to force the military to switch all trucks and tanks to electric? 😂😂

  • @stuartsinclair1134 says:

    I live in London Uk and have just purchased a house in Vlore, Albania. Western Europe is finished, and I don’t want to be here in 2030 with all this legislation being imposed on the population; I met many people in Mexico who were from America and Canada who are doing the same. So all the people that can afford to move to more accessible countries will.

  • @freedom4all581 says:

    It’s utterly disgusting that Google puts one of those stupid warnings because they own the information and you don’t have the right to disagree with them.

  • @kjakan79 says:

    All but Tesla

  • @LectusCharlesMcLoy says:

    Model 3 265 mile range $39,000

  • @johnbethea4505 says:

    We average people can’t afford these junk cars. The car manufacturers need to make windup or peddle vehicles for us..

  • @johnbethea4505 says:

    You should have bought a mule and wagon….

  • @Five8. says:

    Great video, great information

  • @makun16 says:

    Unless they start buildings next gen nuclear power stations and a change in battery tech that doesn’t explode when wet, rapidly loses capacity or relies on child labor for mining minerals, EVs don’t look like a valuable solution.

  • @user-ex9jt4sd6e says:


  • @JC-qu7iw says:

    I think you need to be more specific here. Consumers don’t want to buy any Gm, Ford or stellantis EVs because they only want Tesla’s. Tesla is about to build and deliver 1.8 million cars to customers in 2023 while their competitors are scaling back their production and 2024 forecasts because they can’t sell any of there EVs for obvious technology and design shortcomings. Tesla is the only auto manufacturer that generates money from EV production while their competitors lose money on each vehicle they produce. Its really that simple.

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