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We Need Lemon Law

Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my | Ariff Roose

27-Mar-19 20:00

We Need Lemon Law

In this episode, we discuss Grab’s late-cancellation and no-show fees, weigh in on updates for the upcoming National Automotive Policy and the third national car, and debate a study on millennials’ car-buying habits. There isn’t a car review this week, but we’re replacing it with a much-needed discussion on the lemon law, and why Malaysia badly needs one.

Produced by: Ali Johan

Presented by: Richard Bradbury


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Tags:  lemon lawGrabNational Automotive Policythird national carAviation, Auto, Transport, LogisticsGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingTechnology news, reviewsMotoringBusiness AnalysisAutoPoliticsLaw and Legal MattersTechnologyTech


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