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More Recalls Spark Questions About Car Safety

April 11, 2014 |
More Recalls Spark Questions About Car Safety With new recalls announced on Wednesday by Toyota and on Thursday by Volkswagen and BMW, columnists are asking if cars have gotten less safe lately. In an article on CNBC.com, Paul A. Eisenstein writes in his “Behind the Wheel” column that the pace of recalls in the U.S. is accelerating,...Read More

Evenflo Recalls 1.37 Million Car Seats for Buckle Problem

April 9, 2014 |
Evenflo Recalls 1.37 Million Car Seats for Buckle Problem Evenflo Chase Select Harnessed Booster Child Seat Evenflo Company Inc. has announced it is recalling 1.37 million child safety car seats to replace buckles that can be hard to open if milk or other liquids are spilled on them, reports David Shepardson for The Detroit News. This new recall brings the...Read More

Ignoring Recalls Puts Car Owners at Risk of Fire

March 28, 2014 |
Ignoring Recalls Puts Car Owners at Risk of Fire   Courtesy HDLI Vehicle owners risk fires if they do not heed recall notices, according to a new study; and in a related item, the U.S. agency responsible for recalls is understaffed and underbudgeted. In the first story, as David Shepardson writes for The Detroit News, the study, by the Highway...Read More

GM Recalls 1.5 Million More Vehicles

March 19, 2014 |
GM Recalls 1.5 Million More Vehicles General Motors CEO Mary T. Barra On Monday, General Motors announced three new recalls encompassing a total of 1.5 million crossover utility vehicles, luxury sedans, and full-size vans, Ben Klayman writes for Reuters. As Schuyler Velasco reports for The Christian Science Monitor, the recalls came on...Read More

Study Finds Safety Recalls of New Cars Increasing

March 6, 2014 |
Study Finds Safety Recalls of New Cars Increasing Neil Steinkamp, a managing director at Stout Risius Ross Automakers recall an average of 54% of their models in the cars’ first year of production, according to a study by financial advisory firm Stout Risius Ross Inc., of Southfield, Mich., reports Mark Clothier for Businessweek.com. There has...Read More

Questioning Why GM Took So Long to Recall Defective Cars

March 4, 2014 |
Questioning Why GM Took So Long to Recall Defective Cars In a Sunday article in The New York Times Business Day, Christopher Jensen quotes the executive director of the Center for Auto Safety as saying that regulators’ failure to open a broader investigation into General Motors cars following two fatal crashes related to defective car parts was “a...Read More

Graco Recalls Nearly 3.8 Million Child Car Seats

February 14, 2014 |
Graco Recalls Nearly 3.8 Million Child Car Seats In what news reports are calling one of the largest recalls ever, Graco is recalling nearly 3.8 million child car seats because of a problem in opening the buckle. The company announced the recall on Tuesday, and it could grow even larger, writes Pete Bigelow, for AOL Autos. That is because the federal...Read More

BMW Recalls Nearly 51,000 Motorcycles for Fuel Leaks

January 8, 2014 |
BMW Recalls Nearly 51,000 Motorcycles for Fuel Leaks BMW is recalling nearly 51,000 motorcycles because of a possible fuel leak, reports Christopher Jensen for The New York Times. The recall affects mostly 2005-11 R and K series models and was announced almost 14 months after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) started investigating...Read More

Hyundai Recalls 27,500 Sedans for Brake Problem

October 23, 2013 |
Hyundai Recalls 27,500 Sedans for Brake Problem Hyundai is recalling around 27,500 Hyundai Genesis sedans in the U.S. to replace the brake fluid, after 23 customers complained the brakes were not working properly, as Anita Lienert writes for Edmunds.com. The recall affects model year vehicles 2009 through 2012, which were were built from April 1,...Read More

Toyota Re-Recalls 780,000-Plus Vehicles for Suspension Flaw

October 17, 2013 |
Toyota Re-Recalls 780,000-Plus Vehicles for Suspension Flaw Toyota is re-recalling hundreds of thousands of cars to fix their suspension, because the first recall did not work, reports John Matarese for ABC Action News. Jennifer Geiger writes for the Cars.com blog Kicking Tires that the recall involves more than 780,000 versions of the 2006-2011 model year...Read More
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