American Engineer Ammy Fix Tesla 3 Vallet Key In Wrist Permanently – Got the key to love from the car in his wrist

The cars of Tesla Car, a company of Elon Musk, are equipped with extremely high technologies, which are not as easy to control as a normal car. One such car is Tesla Model-3 (Tesla Model 3) which was launched last year. This car has been labeled a computer running on four wheels. Software engineer Amy Dansby, who recently bought this car, has got the car’s ‘wallet key’ implanted in her right wrist to get maximum control over the car. So that they always feel connected to this car.

Initially people also made fun of him, but he was determined to do so. After a year of medical examination and dozens of research, he thought of getting it implanted. Amy has already transplanted RFID, chips in her left hand, which help her open her personal computer and main door of the house. But the doctors refused to do it. Amy then contacted a tattoo specialist who specializes in body modification. He transplanted the car’s chip under his right hand with a special needle. Now Amy is able to operate her car with this chip only by hand. More than 3 million people have watched his video on the Internet, controlling the car.


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