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Vox - 2017-06-26
Hey everyone: this dispatch video is part of the Vox Borders project. I'm visiting six places around the world to investigate the human impact of borders, and those six videos will be released in fall 2017. In the meantime I'm making these vlog style shorts.

If you want to follow my travels, the best way to do it is following my FB page: www.facebook.com/johnnyharrisvox
and signing up for the newsletter at www.vox.com/borders-email. I'll be asking for video ideas, feedback on the project, and answering questions as it unfolds.

-Johnny


Matt Brewer - 2018-01-18
Music?


Ismail saja - 2018-01-18
What kind of camera is that?


marko keruyuk - 2018-01-18
wish i live therw


Markist Choicee - 2018-01-18
Didn’t know they got Camaro’s up in Norway.


Steele - 2018-01-17
I was about to comment that the charging was free until 4:15... oh well not needed here


Jure Macola - 2018-01-17
Why Bulgaria is not full of Tesla's. Basic neto salary in bulgaria is 200 - 250 euros. 100 goes on petrol, 150 on eletricity, tv, water, gas, trash and 150 on food. So basically two salaries are needed for basic survival and taxes (usually mothers and fathers salary), and your salary is for your education or savings to leave country. This is the far best scenario cuz if u live with parents in house, you dont need to pay monthly rent, and u can share clothes with brother/cousin. Phones and internet are what makes people spend those savings for leaving country, and they have to repeat process their parents did their whole life. Conclusion = what a beautiful life in European Union we have, God bless European Union, cuz we will be sweden as they have told us, so lets say once more, God bless European Union ! P.S. - other surrounding countries are far worse or "slightly" better. Slightly meaning it depends on how much gypsies live nearby.


morgan pennie - 2018-01-17
Everyone talking about electric cars but dam that Camaro


xXJesus21HassLotsOfSubsXx - 2018-01-17
Go to Hong Kong and you will see the same


Sisley Ng - 2018-01-17
wait, you're allowed to record someone license plate?


Mukamvy - 2018-01-17
When Trump said why don't immigrants from Norway come here? Heres the answer.


Igor Urbanek - 2018-01-17
Tesla every where ? There is more cars on street @ 4 am here in Chicago,/ sure they can't afford/ folks pay 60 % tax to make sovereign fund , subsidy for wealthy to buy Tesla ?? This is just slush fond for crony green/socialist politics for sake" clean planet" You try to convict us ,that Norway is better than US ? I have been grown in communist utopia , than Euro / German/
union, and just my Social.security was 38% , 10 % helth. and on leftover 15 - 60 % tax on my gross income ,to make rainy beloved fund . You just another cool- aid drinker who newer has real job and pay taxes.


InvadersDie - 2018-01-16
The real truth is that the buying of regular combustion engine car are taxed to being 2 to 3 times the cost after import. Electric cars don't get this "environmental" tax and so the up front cost of a Tesla isn't that big of a deal. The american muscle that you caught in the intro is either cut down in power (by alot) or it costs more than a tesla. The incentives for going electric just makes it that much cheaper to run so the only thing holding electric back is the fact that it's still impractical for longer treks.


George Georgee - 2018-01-16
Maybe because they can afford it.


Priyamjeet Mohanty - 2018-01-16
There is something special about Noth Euro... u don't need to teach them civilization.. they r already civilized


tirta keniten - 2018-01-16
Okay, I'll move to Norway


Mao & Then - 2018-01-16
what camera is he using?


qwe rty - 2018-01-16
70.000 dollars? gotta be a used one then. the cheapest model in norway is priced at at least 87k


Sg64 10101 - 2018-01-15
Why is he walking in a graveyard


Kubz - 2018-01-15
Cuz why wouldnt Elon want to do business with Aryans, Racism is the most Profitable business in the US and where do most of the worlds Blonde Hair and Blue Eyes come from???
A wolf in sheeps clothing.
=^-^=


TheBookWorm :3 - 2018-01-15
When I looked around the background I didn’t see a speck of trash in site! :O


sam dhofro - 2018-01-15
haha when the tesla pulled up he made petrol sound


Leader oops - 2018-01-15
to prevent pollution


Gamer Roemer - 2018-01-15
Dont forget in norway if you buy a car with a combustion engine you have to pay a yearly co2 emmisions tax to the government, and registration fees are pretty high for combustion engine cars, while electric cars have no emmisions tax a pretty small registration fee free charging AND free parking atleast in my city and tax deductions


William Morey-Baker - 2018-01-15
iv'e been where you launched that drone from! its a beautiful walk along that water way, and there some amazing looking old restaurants. Oslo is such a beautiful city. loved the music in the parks, and the free monthly music festival.


Peter Scheen - 2018-01-14
USA, eat your heart out.


julian l - 2018-01-14
Tesla's in our country are 130000 euro


Johan Hustoft Hansen - 2018-01-14
You are absolutely wrong. Norway has ridiculous taxes regarding all new cars. Electric cars get away from it. A car with the same horsepowers a Tesla would cost 3-4 million NOK (500K USD) if driven by fossil fuels. A Tesla only 800K NOK (100K USD).

The fact is we actually can't afford normal cars. Norway has the oldest car park in Europe.


flip inheck - 2018-01-14
Gas, Gas , Gas, what is with all the Gas.


bengalifob2 - 2018-01-14
WAS LOVING THIS UNTIL 5:05. WHY NORWAY, WHY?


merci mes amis - 2018-01-14
Why would Norwegians move here donald? They are years ahead of the US. Government needs to move to a more positive direction to help the environment, not deny climate change. We as a country have to take examples from other countries so we can truly say we are the best in the world. Until then, the US is a joke just like the "president".


A Sneaky Hobo - 2018-01-13
I do not think EL cars is as common up in northern Norway, they dont withstand cold to great


McKenzie Brennan - 2018-01-13
This is like a weird take on a Casey niestat video. It’s great!! It really well done


Luka J. - 2018-01-13
0:36 I thought Teslas were noise free


CHAITANYA B - 2018-01-13
first thing that came to my mind seeing the thumbnail....William from Skam.


Umberscore - 2018-01-13
Is he allowed to show that licence plate


Arnie Kando - 2018-01-13
Thanxs for the upload but I am constantly surprised at the current inability for people to think further than there nose, typical millennial thinking. For the transition to happen from fossil fuel to sustainable energy the process that they use is the most obvious and best option. Nothing falls out of the sky for free and letting fossil fuel pay for the transition to sustainable energy is a no brainier. But again the post stops with placing a big question mark behind a good idea for no reason but to be a half baked thought.


Human Footprint - 2018-01-13
NORWays a rich  county 'and' has cheep electricity via wind making hydrogen, e+ cheap power to charge Tessy


kris4733 - 2018-01-12
registration fees are ≈200% of the cars price. Thats why.


Josh Redman - 2018-01-12
love my People!


Dr.Gavagai - 2018-01-12
WOW , free charging? that must be evil corupt system called "communism" doomed to fail , in the eyes of murican ~lol


Icebergh - 2018-01-11
Does someone know the exact color and production year of the Volkswagen Golf GTE on 1:25?


Huddleston Zimba - 2018-01-11
The sound track....tranqualizer!!!


Brenne - 2018-01-11
I swear can Norway not get any better


M Starstream - 2018-01-11
0:38 did that Tesla just make motor noise?? Wtf i thought they were all silent, i mean i drive one myself. Had no idea 🤣🤣🤣


AWildBard - 2018-01-11
Norway is taking their natural resource wealth- oil- and making a series of very wise choices with it. First, they decided to have the sovereign fund. This essentially means that instead of concentrating the public resource into the hands of a few wealthy investors and oil companies, they have a system to pool some of the profits into a fund that could benefit all citizens. Second, they followed through on the promise by actually funding things that will benefit all citizens. Third, they have chosen to make the shift to a greener, more sustainable future using the sovereign fund. It's an investment in their future that will pay off in many ways. If oil prices crash and demand diminishes, their country will be able to withstand the shock from the loss of revenue. They will have already developed the infrastructure of the future. All other countries will have to build it up anyway.


Super BottleBros - 2018-01-11
He looks like pewdiepie


Manny Echaluce - 2018-01-10
We have that Sovereign fund too in the US, we use them to provide money to those who don't want to work; illegal migrants and the rest gets pocketed by the Government officials...


Ponderer Of Pointless Dreams - 2018-01-10
Because they’re smarter than us


Hashim Alawneh - 2018-01-10
Nice


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