Auto dealers cheat people and consumers have no way to protect their rights. I believe anyone who meets this kind of thing will be very upset. However, it is very rare to say that there is no way to protect their rights by burning cars. Recently, according to foreign media reports, a Russian online blogger, who disliked his Mercedes Benz super run and couldn’t repair it properly, finally drove his car to the outskirts of the country, drenched it with gasoline and burned it. < / P > < p > and he enjoyed the barbecue and recorded the whole process on youtube, attracting more than 8.3 million views in just two days. < / P > < p > it is reported that the blogger’s name is Mikhail littwin. He said that his AMG GT has been broken since he bought it. He sent the car to the factory for repair five times before and after, but it still hasn’t been repaired. < / P > < p > sometimes he even left the car in the store for a few weeks without any maintenance. In the end, he decided to burn the AMG GT, which costs more than 200 games. < / P > < p > finally, Mikhail littwin walks to an old green car, starts it and drives it away, satirizing that the old car is far better than the Mercedes Benz AMG GT 63 s that he burned down. < / P > < p > some netizens think that since the Russian little brother is a video blogger by profession, his car burning is for hype. However, in other words, this extreme case of rights protection is to make the bigger the news, the better? Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure