A new policy at two DaimlerChrysler transmission plants forces those that do not drive Chrysler vehicles park in a lot further away than those that do. Vehicles with handicapped tags are exempt from this rule. We understand both sides of the argument. If you are building the vehicles, you should believe in and support your company. But employees like Bill Parks consider the policy "a form of harassment" since he did not have the money to buy another new Chrysler as his second car. This article focuses on Chrysler vehicles but we can only assume that Mercedes Benzes are safe from towing.
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