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$75 Restoration Fee Charged to Employees to Smoke in DCX Company Car

March 21, 2006

AUBURN HILLS, MI – On March 15, Chrysler expanded its company car program to make it cheaper and easier for employees and retirees to lease company cars. The expanded perk was delivered by Chrysler with one caveat: employees and retirees who smoke or have others smoke in their company-issued vehicles will be assessed a $75 restoration fee when they turn in their vehicle, according to the Detroit News.
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