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  1. Are you unhappy with yor vehicle? Are you tiered of poor after sale service of your vehicle? Isn't your vehicle's service people, dealer or manufacturer aren't listening your complents? Do you have enough time, faith & courage to go to the Consumer Court? Look no further, in this thread you will get some coolest ideas on planet to treat with them! Drive your car with help of Donky-Power! {use of Bull-Power, Dog-Power or Human-Power are also permitted; but don't use horse-power! (from the engine of your car)} In India, donkeys are still used as a form of animal labor. They are used for many kinds of labor, carrying items like sand & bricks, threshing, ploughing land, raising water, and much more. So when one sees donkeys on road pulling or carrying items, its business as usual. But, when the city of Vadodara, Gujarat, saw six donkeys pulling a Mercedes Benz E Class, everybody took notice. Frustrated with poor after sales, Kumud Patel decided to take matter in his own hands when his year and a half old Mercedes Benz E350 worth Rs 60 lakhs, was not fixed by authorized dealer over repeated attempts. Mr Patel made 6 donkeys drag his E Class around the city, in an attempt to vent his frustration. Kumud, a local businessman, bought the E350 back in July 2011 along with Mercedes Benz Road Side Assistance Program. According to Kumud, problems with his new E Class started in Sep 2011. Ever since he has been trying to fix his car, but every time he gets his car fixed, a new fault appears. his car is still not fixed and has problems in two of the wheels. Tired of calling and visiting local Mercedes Benz showroom many times, Mukud decided to take his car out for a drive, with the help of six donkeys. No one is still not sure why Kumud has scripted 'Just Think' over his Mercedes Benz E350, if you have an answer, please leave your answers below. (UPDATE - when media cotacted Mercedes Benz India on the issue here, the first thing they said is that the name of the owner is not Kumud Patel, but Rakesh Patel. Below is a reply from their spokesperson. "Mr. Rakesh Patel from Baroda is owner of a Mercedes-Benz E-Class 350 CDI and purchased the vehicle on 30-July, 2012 from Benchmark Cars, Ahmedabad." "Two tyres of his car has undergone damage due to external impact . Damages to the tyres due to external impact are not covered under the tyre manufacturer's obligation as well as Car manufacturer's warranty terms and conditions. " "Inspite of these, when Benchmark Cars learnt of the tyres issue, they offered to replace all the four tyres as a good will gesture to a valued customer." "Mr. Rakesh Patel has however, refused the offer and insists on replacement of the entire car. The act by Mr. Patel to try and grab attention is being reviewed from this perspective.") Similar stratergy was earlier used by a chinese customer of Range Rover in China. Hammer down your vehicle in middle of city (This one is very harmfull technique & to be used in extreme condition & in presence of large media crowd! [media=] [/media] Let me introduce you to one of the most stylish guys to live on the face of this earth today, Mr Han. A Chinese millionaire businessman, Mr Han bought a £465,000 LamborghiniGallardo (pronounced – Ga-aa-ar-do) supercar late last year. Soon, he started facing problems with the car. The brand new Lamborghini would just stall due to unknown reasons, quite an embarrassment after paying almost half a million pounds. Mr Han, got his car serviced at an authorized Lamborghini outlet in China where according to Mr Han due to negligence, the chassis and bumper of the supercar were damaged. But the stalling problem was still there, so Mr Han wrote to Lamborghini CEO, Mr Winkelmann and described the problem he was facing due to an incompetent car. Mr Han did not receive any appropriate response from Mr Winkelmann, so he contacted Lamborghini Asia-Pacific manager, who too did not show much interest in Mr Han's problems. So, on the 15th March, Mr Han finally gave up requesting and decided to teach the arrogant Italian maker a lesson. He hired some workers and asked them to destroy his Lamborghini Gallardo in front of public and media. For more such ideas please watch Lage raho Munnabhai or meet your nearest politician (they have tons of such ideas!) (