Ford Motor Co just announced that from February 1st 2006 onwards, there will be no vehicles from makes other than those built by Ford or one of it’s subsidiaries allowed in it’s Ford Dearborn Tuck Plant in Michigan.

It’s not a company-wide policy, but only native to the Michigan plant. Opinions are split on the decision. On one hand, some hard-core corporate-patriotic employees are of the opinion that everyone’s in it together to turn Ford’s North American division profitable by 2008, and they should buy the products they make and support the company. On the other hand, some think Fords do not give you the best bang for your buck and since it’s a free country the employees should be free to drive whatever make they want.

Are Perodua vehicles or other makes allowed in the Proton headquarters parking lots?

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