Sometimes the little guy can make a difference. In the story we've been bringing you the past few days, the few people that leased electric Ford Ranger EVs have gotten Ford Motor Co. to change their position on scrapping the 100 or so remaining trucks by staging a protest outside a California Ford dealership. Now Ford is saying they're going to try and "accommodate" the hold-outs. Two of the main protesters also said they're willing to sign a waiver of liability so Ford won't be responsible for any future problems with the EVs. Ford Spokeswoman Carolyn Brown said the company would find a way "to make these owners happy." Power to the people.
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