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06:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Departments, and the finale of that conference was Jay Leno. Talking about how He wishes the schools would bring back trade education. Yeah, well, I'm a huge supporter of micro works. I don't know if you guys know Mike Rowe, who is the host of dirty jobs. He's my idol. He's you know what? And I had a chance to work with him last year. I mean, it was It was phenomenal. I weren't We worked together on a on a program. Tonto help rescue pets. So he was one of the judges and a dirty job recipe can be. It can be David. Right, David back, he's but he's Yeah, David's here but but micro works. I mean, there. He's dedicated a whole foundation. To funding vocational training and getting that back into the school and his being his premises that the four year college traditional college education just isn't right for everyone. It's right for a lot of people, but not for everyone, and it seems like in this country. Um, you know that it's been all about four year college for a long time. And now we're in this situation where, if anything, breaks in your house, you know there's no block was nobody to fix it. You know, I mean, that's where that's where headed and even you know, Robert, with the story that you were telling him. About the about these people coming in and learning learning how to work on these cars, but not really being mechanics, you know, just kind of understanding the digital side of it of the program inside of it. There always will be a mechanical side to things because these these air machines that move you know, so when we lose that I don't know what you would do You live with it down so much. The The problem is the schools they try and they try and keep students out of electric added a trades when I was in high school, I've said many times here that this my school tried to keep me at a shop class and the idea that shop class and college Mutually exclusive is nonsense because I went to four year college right out of high school and I took shop class because that's what I wanted to do. It's because somebody takes a shot class a shop program, a trade education program doesn't mean that they're not going to go to college, either two year or four year college. In fact, I recommend every student should if they're if they're interested in in the trades. If they're interested in working with their hands, they should take a smudge trade education as they can get in high school. And then go on to the community college and continue that. Education in the trade or go to a four year college like I did. With all the technology that is now in Every vehicle that's on the road. Obviously, there's going to be a huge technical end, which requires Keep thinking and and you know, the mechanical end is is right there. I mean, I watch the guys in my shop every day. You know the work that we do You know most of the work we do. We've got to remove the whole chassis out of a car before we didn't even get to a transmission these days, and it's just It's brutal. People don't understand how much time it actually takes to do this work nowadays, so it's it's It's mind boggling to me that you know, and I could understand why people might not want to do that. They want to do this. Sit behind the screen. Do the zoom thing, you know, but Mechanical end of this business is just to get more difficult. Every time a redesign happens. If if I mechanics in the studio can fix our technical problems, perhaps the listeners can convalesce at 8886927234. 8886927234 and let us know what you think about the problems with education system, keeping students away from from the trades. And the trades desperately need. We need new blood. We have the studio back online now. Is that what happened? Well, I'm not sure our phone lines there were keeping their Mike's baby Tobacco on radio. Well, Facebook thing I don't know. What do you say in? I don't know. It seems to be going in and out. So I think you know this is the thing about live, which is so much fun and exhilarating is that it's live. Yes, it is. So I think I think Let's just all have fun together. All right. Whatever happens happens, You know what I mean? Sounds good. So we will work out the kinks on the next run. Well, you know, e just hope we have listeners out there that can hear us. Well, uh, maybe we'll find out I know my mom's listening. She must be listening. So we got at least one listener. Um You know the challenge now with trade with trade education? Um you know, as you were saying, Jeff, I mean the It's not getting any easier. And so what you've got now is you need people that have we say in the business people that have hands right? You've got to have you gotta have hands. You've got to be able to know how to take things apart and put him back together again. But not only that. You need that skill set. But you also know have to know how to re program it when you get the piece back in and s O. That's AH hole. It's just It's going to require And even greater level of technical education and where we're not even good at training our guys and gals toe take things apart and put him back together again. Just the mechanical Well, there's also a like a physical aspect of it. Pardon me that where the designers who are putting these cars together have have designed things to such a point that you can't even get your hand in there. Oh, yeah, so that part of it, that part of it mystifies me, you know, And that's why the cars that I work on like nothing's nothing's newer than 1985. And even if that is because I'm a classic car guy, you know, But I mean, I wouldn't even begin to. Actually, I did. I did. I did something on Ah changed and oil heir separator on a Porsche Cayman. And the contortions and the use of magnets and extensions and all kinds of things that it was like robotic surgery. I couldn't get my hand on anything I had to actually. Every.

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02:36 min | 1 year ago

"8886927234. 8886927234" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"For Automotive education. Good morning and welcome to the auto lab. This is a live broadcast, and our number is toll free at 18886927234. That's 18886927234 and now the automotive technology programs at the consortium for Automotive Education presents The auto lab and now live from our studios in New York. Here's the auto lads, automotive experts. Good morning. Order. Live listening. This is Mike Porcelli, along with the rest of the order Web team. David Goldsmith. Morning, David. Hey. Good morning, Mike. We have Jerry and you're headed past story. Good morning. All right, Nicole Mark said Good morning to call. Hey, everybody. How are you? Robert Erskine all the way from England. A very well welcome from Suffolk. I were about to be hit five, the East off the beast or the beast from Russia. Heavy snow over suffered going, man. Why is it warm over there? Hmm? Because that's how we like our bare beast from the East. Also way also adjoined by Jeff Alone our transmission Maru. Good morning, everybody from underneath the Whitestone Bridge. It's kind of chilly down here today On way have Ian Kerr call guys Reon just still sleeping. Uh, all right, and I am Mike put Shelly and we are here to answer all your automotive questions and bring you all the latest automotive news. You can call us with your comments and questions at 8886927234. 8886927234 or email US at auto lab radio at gmail dot com. Who knows the Facebook. That's auto lab lab radio Auto lad 11 radio. Had joined a right now actually so weaken. Hot. Get some questions from you via the Facebook page, and you can see comments and stuff. We get someone pictures up there. Auto lab radio on Facebook. Okay every week at this.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"To the auto land. This is my Porcelli, your host. We all the auto lamp your source for all your answers to all your automotive questions. And the latest than oldest news in the automotive industry. Everything you ever wanted to know about the automotive industry. You can call us at 8886927234. 8886927234 and ask us anything at all about anything on wheels. Basically, we'll email us at auto lay of radio at gmail dot com. We have in the studio Peyton Knight from Nights Automotive INL Edgewood, New Jersey. David Goldsmith or been classics in Brooklyn, New York. Jerry and Joe Hannah Pissed Story D N. J Diagnostics and Seafood Long Island. Jeff Alon New York transmission group in Queens. Nicole Moxon buying and leasing expert. The in car producer called Guy and Do it yourself Mechanic. And I'm Mike put Shelly your host, and I do pretty much anything. Give us a call that 8886927234 and this week as every week First Specialist on the air is Robert Erskine from England. With all the latest news from England Rob it this year 2020 many people believe has been a disaster. Everything is broken down. And I think you're going to tell us about everything that's breaking down in England, aren't you? Very warm. Welcome to you all on auto lab into our listeners. And the answer..

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06:39 min | 1 year ago

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"That you don't even feel major bumps and bangs on all of all of this kind of stuff. All right, let's uh I'm wondering if any of our listeners have any comments on these European automotive innovative you can call us at 8886927234. 8886927234 tell us what you think about all these European innovations. So Robert, this week's report is on which model Citron Repeated again. It's the Citrine C five Air Cross SUV hybrid. I mean, that's quite a mouthful on very, very quickly. I'll keep this to the point because I could spend a week telling you how wonderful this this that cars This is a medium size SUV that is really aimed at families. So those of you who are coming from America at some point when the virus has gone away and think you're going to get into a nice Height, Superfast Sport hybrid. Forget it. This is a really great car. You will enjoy the performance. It has a top speed of just under 150 miles an hour. Which is quite extraordinary, and it has a 1.6 liter turbo charged petrol engine of 44 cylinder engine. It's allied to a 82 kilowatt electric motor. It has regenerative braking system, which means every time you touch the brake pedal the batteries on board charger. But the whole point of this car is really to move things forward whilst we are about to jump in to fully electric vehicles, and we'll be talking about that in great depth. Next year. But this particular car in a nutshell is a real cracker. It's beautifully made. It's got an amazing fuel economy. I mean, if I was to just make you slightly depressed and say that the onboard batteries give you a range of 38 miles, you'll think. Well, what the hell is that? Not going to do in terms of startling well, when this little hybrid motor works with the petrol engine, you can actually have a theoretical range off hundreds off miles and They're very few cars out there, which will allow you to do that. You know, I was wondering when you're talking about bringing these the air suspension back. We we and and I don't know if Peyton has seen this happen or Jeff, you know, we have problems with those air suspensions in terms of the What happens with the with the membrane and they, you know the generate over time, And I'm hoping that Peugeot has figured out a way to have an heir Spring, so to speak. Last longer. They go up and down and they get they get sand and all kinds of bad things in there into the creases, and then we start to see people come in, and they're they're leaning to the right or they're leaning to the left, and I'm not talking politics. It's there. It's there. Air Springs it started, like Have they done anything with the technology? I'm sure they have better materials, and they had Back in the day. Yeah, David, I think that the key here is that the material science that has gone into most cars today is far in front of the materials which we were thinking about. Maybe 10 15 20 years ago. And I understand from from citrine, but they have more or less perfected this particular magic cushion ride system. Be speaking of air cushioned ride. I had a problem with mine yesterday in the snow. We'll be talking more about snow later, but I have a Lincoln Town car and I didn't realize Thies Air compressor switch in my trunk went off. I backed into a snow bank and got caught on the snow bank. So I went out. Flip the switch on turn, those pressure call went up and I was able to get off the snow bank. But we're going to talk a lot more about snow later on, But right now, Robert, hold hold anything else for later. Right now we have a caller shoes called us at 8886927234. Robin has a question about a car that's been in a collision, Don't you rob it? Yes, yes, But first, if you compare it with me, I would be remiss if I didn't get the name of the person that I used to go from Pelham Parkway in the Bronx. Down to Space Diagnostic and the flatlands section. 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I think the same platform or they have similar body styles on my biggest problem is visibility. I just heard some one of your Guest. Talk about a Lincoln Town car. I wish I could find a Lincoln Town car. They don't make them anymore. No, that's right. But it's the visibility when I turn my my head to the left. On all these new cars I get presented with those wives Forget what they could run it. Cool. Robert. We have other call is coming in my phone. My phone is disabled this week. But if you send me an email and auto lab radio with gmail dot com.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"To the auto lab, where a team of automotive experts Here to provide you with honest answers to all your call questions, advice on purchasing and maintaining your vehicles, and we also bring you the latest news in the automotive industry. And every week we have here, David Goldsmith. Master certified mechanic Technician. World Quest Diagnostician one of the best called People in Brooklyn, Jeff Alana. Transmission Really, and something. Jeff Alonso, transmission guru, owner of New York Transmission Group. Every week. We have Robert Erskine, a renowned automotive journalist and our man in England. Brings us the latest news from Europe in cars our producer car collector and do it yourself Mechanic and all around good guy, Joe Guerrino. Is one of one of the top technicians in New Jersey. And I'm Mike Porcelli, your host. And I guess one of my specialties is collision repair restorations. Insurance claims anybody has any questions on this or any other automotive topic? Call us at 8886927234. 8886927234 or email US at auto lab radio at gmail dot com. Today, we're gonna have a few special attractions. We have Nicole Moxon. Dealership veteran called buying expert You get some amazing tips and how to how to buy a car. How to trade in a car..

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07:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Right now, let's see what Robert Erskine has brought us from England this week. Robert Well, very, very warm. Welcome to you from Suffolk, England at a quick weather. Check it dry on. It is cold on. That's what you would expect. At this moment. Whilst England is about to leave Europe I were reporting A really interesting European piece of news other than the Brexit, which is the disengagement of great Britain from mainland Europe, and you're going to hear about that in the coming days, but one very interesting thing that has developed and I think we actually touched upon this, Mike. Maybe a couple of months ago. There's bean a sudden and dramatic increase in the sails off used cars. Now those of you who are hanging onto your used cars in great Britain and Europe probably very happy about this because the prices or the value of your car has gone up by around 25%, which is Really a significant figure. But more to the point what on earth is going on? Why are people rushing out now off all times at this time of the pandemic? And viruses and infections and jumping into jolly old second hand cars, which are not all that comfortable or reliable and the simple answer is well. I've touched upon it. It's to do with the virus. Our authorities here have told everybody to try and keep away from crowds of people and groups of people and mixing on at the same time. They've also said that those of us who have to go out of home to get to work because this is a necessity is thing to go and do on. Of course, it's very sensible because we have bills to pay. You're also advised, keep off public transport. And as I'm talking now, the levels of people using public transport in great Britain alone is down by 50%. So that is a really significant number. But why are people jumping into cars? They're jumping into these older cars because they don't want to use public transport. They don't want to sit next to people. Who are not wearing a face mask on they are assiduously rushing out. I'm buying these cars as a means of getting around and getting into town. On, hopefully trying to find a parking space. They report that I read made no mention off the numbers off cars actually going into London so we will concentrate on London as a kind of a picture as to what is going on. But the fact of the matter is there is a marked up would shift in registrations off older cars in England and across Europe. And there are all sorts of issues which I know Mike is going to ask me. To outline, aren't you, Mike? Yes, But before we do that, rob it. I'd like to invite our listeners to call in and see what their comments on this topic. Our listeners buying more used cause are they avoiding the trains and Busses? They hanging on to their cause. Or sometimes maybe they're selling their cause. Because now they don't have a job to go toe. They don't have to go to the office. They're working from home, so maybe they Might have two or three cause and they're cutting down. Losing a car. Maybe trying to save expenses by eliminating one of their cause. So listeners call in with your comments on this topic at 8886927234. 8886927234 tell us with you what you were doing with your cause situation. Are you buying more use cause or you may be getting rid of one of your cause. Robert, continue, please. Well, what we are looking at here on. I said that we'll concentrate on jolly old great Britain. These air cars, which are valued at just under the £3000 mark. So £3000 gets you into a jolly good, very well used what we would describe here in great Britain as a clapped out. Car When I used the phrase clapped out. I mean, it's done a really good mileage on why it's got onto the forecourt in the first place is because the sensible person who was the previous owner or he makes might even be the fourth owner or even the 10th owner probably got sick and tired of nursing it along and part exchanged it for something newer. And, of course, his old car or Her old car has ended up on a parking lot. So sorry on a sales lot. So these sorts of cars that around the 3 £3000 Mark look very nice. They polish up very, very beautifully. And they sit there. And of course, people are chasing these vehicles. And I used the phrase chasing because it turns out that the Internet is proving to be the most useful tool at the moment for everybody to chase after these cars, and the very same car might be chased. By up to half a dozen people who were all looking at a particular card that they have discovered on a sales lot on the Internet on Dwayne are looking at cars, which You know our kind of halfway between having a little bit of life left in them on? Probably not a very brilliant idea. So to give you an example. The report that I looked at had a photograph off a car. I checked out its registration number on the UK Ministry of Transport Testing site where you can check any vehicle that is registered. I checked out the very same car and there was a list of false as long as your arm and I certainly wouldn't have gone anywhere near it. So what does all of this mean? It might seem a great idea. It might seem a very smart idea to get into your little transport capsule not to get on public transport. But there are issues and if we come into our city here in great Britain, there is something called the ultra low emission zone, which is designed to keep out the very cars that we're talking about. Coming into London whose emissions in many cases depending on the year on Banya factual off the said secondhand car that you're looking at will not be allowed to go into the zone without you paying. A feat and if you don't pay the fee you then get a whopping great big fine, which comes in a brown envelope through your letter box. The other thing is that when you then have the same car checked in for it and your test and you hope that what you bought is reasonably reliable. You may be hit with some staggering costs because You don't know how things are going to pan out. Whilst the car you bought, says he's got a a certificate of road worthiness. We all know that. That's only at the time that the car was tested. So you may find your horror that something like a A B s light or an engine check. Light comes up on the annual test or indeed, a suspension failure comes up. Roberts all costs an awful lot of money and in many cases is not worth keeping the car rabbit. This annual tests. This is the mot the Ministry of Transport Test. Yes. And this is what you were able to access test you just putting in a license plate number, you could get the results of the latest ministry test.

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07:56 min | 1 year ago

"8886927234. 8886927234" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Radio and car expert along with Robert Erskine, B car radio expert. Okay, turn the volume up and Robert Erskine. We've been talking about car inventions and patents and patent lawsuits. And how they affect us, the motoring public and the repairing industry. And we've wanted here from the listeners What you know about car inventions. Do you know of any car inventions that wound up in a patent battle or doing it? No. Any new car inventions that people are working on. Ever thousands of start ups all over the world working on new car inventions every day. So if anybody out there knows of any of them, let us know at 8886927234. 8886927234 or email US at auto lab radio where gmail dot com Later on in the next hour. We're going to be talking about stolen cause. Which are making a comeback these days. Yes, So if anybody out there has any stolen cause stories, get them ready and call them with those stories. But right now, Stan has a question or a comment. Stand. What have you got today? Good morning, everybody Last week somebody called in about Triple eight. Not driving you home When they tell your cop I confirmed with triple light. That is correct. So perhaps in the future as all the various toast services cycle in and out their pickup trucks Newer vehicles instead of getting the standard cab getting crew cab this way, If you put a plexiglass petition like taxicabs have between the two, we keep the driver safety would keep you safe. And maybe they could figure out a way to have a charge a little more money and you know, as an incentive to drive you home Way will definitely bring that up later with Robertson Claire. Great idea Stand. A lot of tow companies have already gone to crew cabs Have they don't know of anybody who's put the barriers inside. Well, you know, I had a story the other day, I had one of my customers with stuck Way way upstate. Andre Triple A. And they're great. Triple it The triple A driver's where Triple A authorize shop and triple A drivers have, like a professionalism. You know they're highly trained. This family they were coming back from. I think they were up in it like the Mount Kisco area. And like the guy said, I'm sorry. You know the rules are that you can't You know you can't ride with me because of covert. And my customer was my customers gets a little hot under the collar time. Couldn't understand why that would you know would be and how am I going to get back? Well, he ended up getting back by uber. But he had offered the and I know the driver, the driver said. He offers his Let me ride on the back. He says. What do you mean? Right on the back? He was going to ride on the outside all the way from Mount Kisco. And he says, I'll just stand there. A few bungee cords is all you need. A few bungee cords is all you need. Well, you know the driver, you know. Professionally handled the situation. Come the guy dances. No, I'm sorry. I can't bungee cord you to the back of my truck on all the way back to Brooklyn. But perhaps a plastic bag over the head would work. Okay? The other comment I have is, Robert Erskine said. Well, eventually, it'll get electric vehicles. Was thinking about one vehicle would be a problem. Ah fire engine. If you have a fire engine at a scene that could be there, perhaps 24 hours and even days, perhaps of the fire is that much feel that complicated this cycle in and out, Cruz On the other hand, if you have a battery operated fire engine, you know what do you bring it generated truck into recharge the fire engine. Moistening. Well, those those types of emergency vehicles would probably be hybrids. They can charge themselves that would that would make the most sense. I mean, what we're talking about the world to come stand will not. It won't be all electric, right? And the most mostly mostly electric, but there will be applications just like that one where you know that just wouldn't make sense. If all the cars if most of the cars were electric, we're definitely gonna have some cleaner air to breathe. How about this One invention a little. Water powered generator hooked to the fire hose. You know, the water flows like the like. Niagara Falls, Right is a water powered generator turns a turbine generator, right? You look a little turbine into the fire hose in the charges the truck. Oh, you know, it's not such a far fetched idea. I know of a guy that specializes in helping restaurants to become energy energy efficient and they put little turbines in the waste in the waist. Yes, so when they're washing the dishes they're generating. They're they're powering up their batteries downstairs. It's kind of amazing. I have a client to build the new restaurant and they put those in the drains. Yeah. So they said. Lots of inventions out there. Does anybody else have an idea on how to Recharge a fire truck electric fire truck. Okay. Thank you, Stan. Have a good holiday weekend. Richard. You have a suggestion for us. What is it? Yes. Thank you for taking my call. I just picked up an oldie but goodie. Annoy all eight Toyota Highlander, Uh, that has 70,000 miles on it. Is being a four by four had two questions one You mentioned a few weeks ago about airbags being ah, You know, having to be redone after a certain period of time they expired. They have a shelf life. Also, what do you recommend this for us having their car checked out to make sure it's in good working order. How many miles are on the vehicle. 70 70,000, and it's a It's a four by four, You said. Yeah. Okay, So one of the things that we've seen over and over with those vehicles is that there's nowhere to add and or service the transfer case, which is bolted directly to the transmission on that vehicle. And it ends up leaking and going bad because of that, so I would definitely bring it in. Have somebody check the fluid in both front and rear differentials, transfer case and differentials and You know, there's a there's a theme industry tells you that this synthetic fluid in those transmissions don't need to be changed for 100,000 miles, but I disagree. 100,000 Miles is a broad stroke over the whole United States and we work we live and operate in. Probably, you know, one of the most densely populated areas and 100,000 miles in the Midwest is a lot for a lot different than 100,000 miles on the killer streets of New York City. We recommend 30,000 miles, and that should keep you safe. And whenever we do a transmission on a drive line or on a vehicle like that we service both front red differentials also because it just makes sense. Get fresh fluid in there. When a major component goes down in that type of vehicle, it's very expensive. Like, you know, take heart that that vehicle is probably one of the best in its class. I mean, it's very, very, very reliable. Just gotta take good care of it. I'm not sure if the transmission fluid had said that changed when he recommend that Bring it, Um, in the York and Queens Long Island area. You're talking to the expert right now. In Queens, Jeff, we're in college point at 1320 4/11 Avenue. Right underneath the Whitestone Bridge. You can call us at 718479 82 100. We could set you up with an appointment. Have the parts available so you could come.

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06:25 min | 2 years ago

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"I think for 150,000 miles, um, I'm not sure. Like what It's gonna be. It's gonna vary by manufacturing factory. But right now my question is is really more more towards system. Can they be recycled? Absolutely, yes. In fact, the last couple of weeks, it seems like this is electric car month. I've been going to so many weaponize on electric batteries, electric cause and a couple of them on electric battery recycling. They're doing tremendous work with recycling all kinds of batteries today because I can't even recycle like Oh, you know how she used batteries like the batteries and C batteries. Where I live. And you know, we recycle everything here. The batteries just seemed to go inside to go of it. They don't have recycling the batteries. So I was wondering like and again. I didn't know that you could recycle it all for if it was possible. But I was thinking England is a small country, and I don't know if they have landfills there, or what they would do with batteries that quickly recycled every it seems like the kind of training one problem for another. Every every material in a battery is recyclable and and the baggage gets that that economically feasible to it, anything recycled. What is it worth the money or do you just buy a new one and twists? No, that was that was the point of all the seminars. I've been going to that They have very good technology today that can recycle the batteries economically. We can also rebuild the batteries today. You know, some sometimes it's just a couple of cells. They go bad They can be replaced and you go good. Good for another. You know, few few miles All right. Okay. Now, thank you very much. Happy Thanksgiving, Frank Frank in Glendale. You know you don't you don't have any inside information on this mystery guest, do you? No, not at all. Okay, uh, but before I want to get going before I get going, I'd like to be in the movies with best in Brooklyn. If I have to get my 76 Firebird formula back, But anyway, either you know that the most hideous vehicle you asked, the question is that thing called the Cube. Do you know I'm talking about it? He called you on. They have some hideous colors that go along with it. It looks more like a kitchen appliance that looks like a refrigerator sideways with wheels. Um, Frank, that's a very good A very good suggestion. Yes. You know, we haven't had a lot of callers with the with the ugliest car on Frank. You kind of take the prize. Hands down. I think you the Cubans, one Yeah, It's what you call an oddball cards. An oddball car? Yeah. All right. So can I take my wild guess you think of wild mystery guest going wild Guess, And you better not get it right. Go ahead, Frank. Really? Go ahead. Get it right there. Okay. Come on, Murano. No, We need some sound effects here for that long and point. No, it's not not it but that's a good, very good try. But Frank you Frank's not a call guy. Mystery guest coming up in the next hour is a car guy. Uh, pretty famous celebrity. And on radio, TV and movies, And he's a very, very talented guy and a serious call guy and so stay to stay tuned to find out who it it wouldn't be. It wouldn't be Clint Eastwood who we've had on this show before. No, You weren't supposed to give that away. I was gonna ask the listeners if anybody remembered Who are first celebrity guest was and now you blew it. I blew it. Okay, Okay. All right. Sit in the corner. Okay? You're already in the morning. All right now people can call in with this guesses on a Mystery guest on new mystery guests, not our first mystery guest. Since that surprise has been blown. Call us at 8886927234. 8886927234 or email US at orderly of radio at gmail dot com. Richie has an electric car comment. Richie, What do you have? Well, I predict That unless they get the recharging time on electric cause down to about what the refueling time is on gasoline cars. Once the population of electric cause reaches a certain level. It will be long waits that recharging stations, lots of wasted time and lots of aggravation. Hmm. Well, I think Thean Destry has got that covered because I attended to seminars this week on that topic, and they are now saying that they have the technology. That you can re fuel and Electric Co. As fast as you can refuel a A gas engine. Remember, in the early days when they were starting to, you know, work on the technology and bringing it to the public. That was one of the things that You know it was people spoke a lot about is like, If you you have to compete with that gas pump now that now that the battery range has been extended 234 500 miles in some cases. Equal to or greater than the range of a petroleum fueled car. Now they're saying that the new range anxiety is the the time it takes to recharge. That's right. And they were talking about, you know lines at the charging station. But I think the problem will be solved before it becomes a problem. Okay, Richie. Thank you. I usually excellent you ready to buy an electric car? Never. I have a 1970 Corvette. Now we'll never get rid of the daily. Alright, So, Richie, stay tuned for the second hour. You're gonna appreciate our mystery guest. I certainly will. And I always do. Okay. And happy holidays to you guys. You thank you..

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"No longer pre recorded. So you can call in with all your questions at 8886927234 8886927234 So call in with all your questions that you've been saving up for the last three months. And with us this morning is David Goldsmith. Who's in a digital studio, along with Robert Erskine from England. Good morning, Robert. Very good morning to your Michael. And how exciting a truly wonderful it is to be back. Joining you live off the other side of the pond. I understand that you've got three months worth of reports to give us Yes. So I got to start now. So go and get your slippers on top of a cup of tea with plenty of sugar and some English cons. I will be here. For another three months listening to me talking non stop. Okay. We'll just have to settle for one report for today. And I think I understand you have an electrifying report today. Yeah, I really do have an electrifying report and I know that some of you listeners In the United States listening to us today that you're probably going to say I know this. This doesn't sound exciting. We've already got one. Britain's first lithium ion battery Gigafactory has been announced on work is starting next spring, God willing virus or no virus? On this establishment is going to be built in Ah ah parts of England, which is called Wales. It's going to be nearly 1.2 kilometres long by over 35 meters high on what's really exciting about this is that this just isn't going to be any any gigantic shed. As you guys call them know this is going to be designed with utter design finesse from the pen off Penan Farina design studio who will be responsible for how this whole facility is going to look. How it's going to blend into the landscape on DH. It's going to be the third biggest building on mainland Europe, so it's quite quite something. But you're not on mainland Europe, are you? We're also bailout of Europe now and a lot of people here use devices. Yes, but there's something called the English Channel came along, which has protected us. From many a person who has wanted to try and effect status on, uh we will hear as time goes on that the departure of great Britain from Europe is probably not going to be as bad as all the critics have made it to be at this time. There are some fantastic positive. One of the positives is, in fact, this fantastic Factory because our batteries here and you know, I'm talking as though we are already producing them and they're rolling off the production line are British factories of probably if not certainly goingto undercut the pricing off the batteries, which most Evey manufacturers that's electric vehicle manufacturers. Have they get those supplied at source from China and Asia? So of course they're import duties. So there is a cost leverage that goes on straight away on the other thing you have to understand is that to use the phrase toe Shap. These from China and Asia to mainland Europe is a very, very bad thing, indeed, because you're pumping out 02 into the atmosphere. With your super tankers and so on and so form and super ships, which are carrying all these amazing containers full of matches. They're pumping Co. Two so at a stroke. Having this facility on mainland Britain, which is a gesture to bang love. Europe is going to be a fantastic thing. Robert, Do you have any information on the battery technology? Is there any new technology in these batteries? Now at the moment from the press release that I had on DH will come on in a moment with the actual gentleman that I spoke to whose brainchild this A Liz at the moment, I understand that they're going to be supplying Be up to the minute lithium ion batteries that most vehicles are being supplied with, But they're looking into the feature almost immediately by Looking at advanced, innovative technologies, which Britain seems tohave on edge on. I'm gonna blow Britain's trumpet for a second. The facility is already being designed to take on board. You advanced technologies, which will supersede The lithium ion battery are what's really curious is that the lithium ion battery was actually first developed here by Stanley Witting Him I brilliant English chemist who was working for Exxon Mobil at the time in the 19 seventies. When we have the oil crisis, Then this gentleman realized that there was a really, really positive way out. Off the solution of being reliant on just fossil fuel at he was looking at the element lithium, which is one of the lightest metals that we know because lithium is number one off the chemical. Formula rating on it's also extremely light, and it's got something most peculiar call it is that we know to man so We have a bit of an edge going on here, so it's it's very exciting. So you really mean it. Sorry. Go ahead. No one's just going to say, you know, that was the first thing that came to my mind that you hear that The technology of batteries is changing so so rapidly And I'm thinking Oh, my gosh, they're goingto These Brits. They're gonna build this giant Super Stadium of that, you know, building lithium ion batteries that will be, you know, obsolete by the time the buildings built, so it's great to hear that they're already you know that forward thinking and that because the technology you just hear about these things, I guess it was Moscow came up with didn't think they're talking about this battery That's going to be What I mean. I know it's it's not really true. The 1,000,000 mile battery or something, but there yes, that are changing so rapidly. Good Tio here. They're going to be leading edge on that. Yeah, well, look, you know nothing As we know, stands still, he we are with a you bright, energized auto lab who would've thought.

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