The 2016 Dodge Charger; a lesson in responsible citizenship.



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In 2014 Dodge said they were soon coming out with a car that will blow other cars away. That car was the 2016 Dodge Charger Hellcat. The car an amazing Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® SRT Hellcat V8 engine, that is pumping a ridiculous 707 horsepower with 650 Lb-Ft torque. Recently the Charger has been having problems. Recently one of the new Hellcat cars was at a dealership being inspected for any problems it might of had that might of accorded during delivery when a technician discovered that one of the fuel lines was leaking. It was found that the line seal had not been installed correctly and the Dodge wants to make sure that this problem isn’t affecting any other vehicles, even though there have been no reports of fuel line leaks from any of the owners.

Dodge has fortunately regulated their own cars every time they get a new car. If dodge didn’t care about public safety and the beauty of cars, then they would do whatever to make to make a quick buck. Since dodge has its own personal regulations and accountability they have a better chance of not having a problem with the government regulations. Automobiles are regulated on every level, from state to government laws.  The same could be said about citizens.  The best citizen is the one who self regulates.

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