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Recycle Your Lithium Ion Batteries

Richard Bradbury | Daniel Fernandez

27-Oct-18 12:00

Recycle Your Lithium Ion Batteries

While Taxi drivers demand a ban on ride sharing services, the government invites German car manufacturers to allegedly help make the next national car, and both headlines are discussed by Richard and Daniel. They then return to a previously covered topic, Lithium Ion Batteries, and the recycling of thereof, before ending the episode with a review of Subaru's Forester. This new SUV might very well give Proton a run for their money.

Produced by: Ali Johan


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Tags:  BMWAnthony LokeGrabcarTaxi DriverRide SharingRacing SimulatorProton X70Subaru ForesterLithium Ion BatteriesRecyclingAviation, Auto, Transport, LogisticsMotoringBusiness AnalysisAuto


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