DETROIT -- DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group is requesting a new trial after a New Jersey court ordered the auto maker to pay surviving family members $20 million due to an accident that killed a driver of a Plymouth Voyager minivan. The accident was caused by a wheel flying off a Jeep Wrangler and crushing the roof and windshield of the Voyager. The family of the Voyager driver claimed the minivan was partially at fault. Chrysler says it’s the fault of the Mobil gas station that serviced ...

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