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I'm sure you don't need me to tell you that it is worthwhile putting the public safety, and the function/performance of the public/government agency in the foreground; their efficacy is in question if they say they have to have Renault's permission to disclose to interested parties what was discovered during a vehicle inspection. My opinion is that if nothing wrong is discovered, the company will allow disclosure; but if something is found to be faulty they will not allow this. Obviously, this latter scenario should be covered by law and they should be precluded from frustrating any effort to fore-warn the unsuspecting public.
Confucius he say "Wise Inuit never eats yellow snow"
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Citroen Relay 2.2 HDi + Citroen C4 1.6 HDi EGS