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I apologise if this has been covered elsewhere. I have looked but couldn't find anything.

Kia Motors have been selling cars and translating manuals into English for decades now. Cars are getting more and more technical, with more bells and whistles than ever. Reading the manual, at least in parts, is essential. Why, then, is most of it gobbledygook and unreadable? Can't they employ someone who speaks English or, even, get a good proof reader? My manual is straight out of "Google translator". I have just, luckily, taken delivery of an E-Niro and a lot of that is new to us and will remain so unless we can get out on the road and learn from trial and error!
 
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