Dodge customers crush their car under a tank

Last updated 20:50, June 30 2016
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Consumer rights in the spotlight as Dodge defends its actions.
Furious Australian owners of a problematic Dodge Journey have crushed their car underneath a tank to raise awareness of consumer rights.
Dodge customers Joe and Kate Masters decided to publicly destroy their family car following a series of mechanical and electrical …
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Glenn Lazarus to announce pensioner policy

Senator Glenn Lazarus will wheel out a pensioner’s policy on Tuesday as he fights to retain his seat at Saturday’s federal election.
Having already announced he will introduce lemon laws to protect new car buyers and car dealers, Mr Lazarus will announce a “Standing up for Pensioners” policy at Coorparoo RSL.
Analysts predict it’s likely Senator Lazarus, who …
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Here’s how Volkswagen’s $15 billion proposed settlement would be divided up

And lo, that which was rumored last night has come to fruition this morning. On Tuesday morning, Volkswagen Group proposed a number of companion settlements with the Department of Justice representing the Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the Federal Trade Commission, more than 40 state attorneys general, and a class-action complaint …
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Six ways to serve Laws whiskey

This past Sunday at Bonny and Read, I co-judged the A.D. Laws Cocktail Competition, largely organized by Wobbly Olive proprietor Sean Fitzgerald.
Beyond building community and camaraderie amongst local mixologists, the event served to highlight the very fine whiskey product. One of the first things you’ll hear spoken about Laws is that it comes from distiller Jake Norris, …
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Glenn Lazarus drives tank over car to highlight poor-quality vehicle imports

In possibly the most bizarre election stunt so far, Senator Glenn Lazarus has used an army tank, two sledgehammers and some pavers to destroy a car.
In a scene fit for a demolition derby, the independent Queensland senator tanked the five-seater Dodge Journey to draw attention to his proposal to introduce “lemon laws” to protect Australians from dud imports.
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Tanks, but no thanks

In possibly the most bizarre election stunt so far, Senator Glenn Lazarus has used an army tank, two sledgehammers and some pavers to destroy a car.
In a scene fit for a demolition derby, the independent Queensland senator tanked the five-seater Dodge Journey to draw attention to his proposal to introduce “lemon laws” to protect Australians from dud imports.
Related: Glenn Lazarus …
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