General Motors is offering Bolt EV owners $6,000 each if they don’t sue if car catches fire
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General Motors is offering Bolt EV owners $6,000 each if they don’t sue if car catches fire

Sometimes electric cars catch fire and it is not to the liking both of their owners and manufacturers. General Motors has a solution to the problem.

The company previously had a problem with the Bolt model. This was eventually solved by changing all the batteries in all cars. Customers were also given a $6,000 discount. GM now offers the same discount to customers who have purchased a car in the past, but in a very unusual condition.

According to the contract, the owner will waive any claims arising from a malfunction of machine, even if it causes a fire. The contract states that even if the car is set on fire, the owner cannot sue for damages. Funny thing is that GM calls this all a goodwill program.

By agreeing to this Permission, I–both on my own behalf and on behalf of my heirs, agents, servants, beneficiaries, legal representatives, assigns, wards, executors, successors, and administrators–permanently waive and release from all claims, damages, regardless from any legal or equitable theory I may have now or in the future arising out of or in any way related to my Bolt vehicles, battery or battery defect, including any claims or rights I may have in connection with a class action, including any right to participate as a member of a group

General Motors is offering Bolt EV owners $6,000 each if they don’t sue if car catches fire
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