Did you know of the recent waiver Mercedes-Benz asks customers to sign?

Just wanted to bring to your attention that a further development has occurred regarding the Mercedes-Benz crabbing/tyre skipping issue on GLC, C43, and E43 models. Our action group website was forwarded a copy of a waiver, a declaration to be signed that she understood the 'characteristics' of the vehicle and that the tyres may skip. Have you ever seen anything like that? Take a look here for a copy: https://www.mercedescrabbing.org/2017/02/07/official-mercedes-tyre-skipping-waiver/

Asked on 8 February 2017 by Jean-Paul de Jong

Answered by Honest John
That's extraordinary.
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