All of the content in the video featured in the over-the-top first thumbnail below has captured my heart like no other has in years. The Magic Electric School Bus Giveaway that was inspired by Know You Know inspired me, an independent tech writer. I know it'll inspire you too, leaving you feeling good about humanity while pondering why mainstream media doesn't tend to cover stories like this one, and maybe even how you feel about Daimler going forward.
One of my first encounters with the fun-and-informative videos by Massachusetts-based Zac and Jessie from Know You Know was about the Tesla Model 3 Police Car in Westport Connecticut, a specially-wired first-of-its-kind EV right here in my home state that captured my attention as well.
I've also been learning more about the way inhaling diesel exhaust fumes affects health, especially the lungs and brains of the children these buses serve. Coincidentally, I'm quite the fan of Flight Simulators too, you'll see why I mention this once you watch the video.
Please share what you think of all this by using the comments feature below this article or the videos.
Here's the original video that inspired Austin to give via the Ava Lane Meyer Foundation:
Here's a short clip, intended to be shared with South Carolina schools interested in submitting their essays by December 31 2021:
Know You Know now features short-form hot-takes that more easily fit into your schedule, and are easier to share on social media.
Here's Austin's video that features factory tour and Thomas EV bus test drive.
Here's my look at another Proterra-powered electric bus right here in Connecticut!
Finally, here's the site referenced in the video to learn all about what Austin Meyer has done, and what can be done in your community:
- Featured on Tech Breakfast Podcast 226 | Electric Vehicle News with Paul Braren | Aaron, Russ, Tyler
Dec 13 2021
- Michelin CrossClimate 2 All Weather Tires Review - a safe year-round choice in rain/snow, hot/cold
Dec 10 2021
- Westport Connecticut's year old Tesla Model 3 cost analysis predicts tens of thousands in savings vs 10 mpg gas car
Jun 09 2021
Here's how Austin Meyer feels about Tesla not being allowed to sell in South Carolina, and an electric plane company he's investing in:
Disclosure: My family owns no stock in Tesla. Tesla doesn't advertise at TinkerTry, or anywhere else, and this is not a sponsored post. We purchased two Tesla Model 3s, replacing my 2006 Honda Civic Hybrid in December of 2018 and replacing my wife's 2005 Honda Civic EX in December of 2019. These big moves to an all-electric household were an expression of our mutual desire to go green, avoid gasoline, be safe, have fun, and save money in the long run. Mostly for my job, I drive a lot, 25,000 miles in 2019 for example, and I thoroughly enjoy sharing what I've learned with you. I hope you can tell!