A new video is proving that you can fix your car’s tires without breaking the bank.
In this new video, a young man named Alex goes to a dealership to buy a used BMW M5 for $17,000.
But the dealership won’t sell him a used M5.
Alex calls the dealership’s manager and tells him he needs to buy an M5 on credit.
The manager gives Alex a number and says to call him back if he can’t pay.
Alex hangs up, but the manager doesn’t let him.
So Alex hangs up again and calls back and gets another number.
Alex calls the number back again and gets a new number.
This time, the manager finally calls Alex back and says he needs $10,000 more than the $17K Alex had originally requested.
Alex doesn’t know how to pay.
He calls the manager back, tells him his M5 has a warranty, and leaves.
After this, the dealership rep says to Alex that he should go ahead and sell the car.
But Alex says, I’m not giving up on this car.
He says, it has a ton of miles.
And the dealership says, well, you can still buy the car, but it has an 8% tax.
Alex says, what?
The dealership rep continues to say, you have to pay the taxes on the M5 that’s been sitting in your garage for six months.
Alex says you should just call the IRS and get your refund.
The next day, Alex’s M5 is still sitting in his garage.
Alex tells the story in a YouTube video.
His mom and dad call him up, and they tell him to call the dealership and have him pay the tax on his M4.
Alex’s mother says, my kid, you’ve ruined your life.
The dealership says that they don’t want you to pay a tax on the car that’s sitting in their garage.
I don’t know what’s going on, but Alex says to himself, I don’t care.
I’m just going to keep going.
He keeps calling the dealership.
Alex keeps calling.
The dealer still won’t pay him the tax.
Alex goes ahead and buys the car for $20,000, but not without paying a lot of taxes.
Alex still doesn’t feel good about this.
He gets angry with the dealership for not paying him the taxes he owed.
Alex tells the video that he’s not going to stop until he gets his money back.
Alex ends up selling his car, because the dealership didn’t pay enough taxes.
The video has more than 3 million views and has gotten more than 40,000 comments.
Alex has filed a complaint with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The NHTSA will decide whether to discipline the dealership or not.
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