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Car Memo

Car Memo

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Published by Christopher Baker
Memo to boss on removing supposed "Neckbelts."
Memo to boss on removing supposed "Neckbelts."

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Published by: Christopher Baker on Jul 04, 2011
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Memorandum
To:
Eddie Wanker, Owner
From:
Christopher Baker, Customer Service
Date:
July 3
rd
, 2011
Subj:
Removing Neckbelts from Rental Vehicles.Numerous vehicles in our inventory, specifically the Chrysler LeBarons, are equipped withdeadly neckbelts. Recently, Chrysler Corp. stopped production of the neckbelts and facilitated amass recall of the vehicles to have the neckbelts removed. Chrysler performed this actionbecause of various studies and accidents that showed neckbelts, when used, were a threat to thehealth and safety of the passenger.
NECK BELTS CAN KILL
Chrysler’s research demonstrated that during an accident, even a minor one, serious injury and
harm could occur to any passenger or operator utilizing a neck restraint. More importantly, manyof the operators have been decapitated when a motor vehicle collision occurred. I have includedtwo photographs from a recent accident for your review.Fig 1. Body thrown from vehicle. Figure 2. Head of body

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