If you’ve ever worked in a new car dealership, at least before social media, chances are that you have experienced the nut job who is so unhappy with their car that they set up camp on the dealership’s front lawn in protest. Their intent is to show the world just how unhappy they are and shame the automaker into taking back the vehicle.
In the few times that I have seen it, the vehicle has been well out of warranty and needed some sort of repair that the guy didn’t want to pay for. In the end, all they accomplished was to aggravate dealership staff who could do nothing for them anyway and make themselves look like lunatics.
That was before social media, where creative people can stand on a front lawn much bigger than the local dealership. Meet Teg.
Teg lives in Australia and bought a new Jeep Grand Cherokee in 2013. He says he has had many problems with it and wants FCA to buy it back. Naturally, they won’t, so Teg put together a fantastic music video which is sure to get some attention.
He doesn’t say what the actual problems are, so who knows if his complaints are valid, but he and his friends are entertaining!