Safety Recalls on Multiple Vehicles That May Pose a Threat

You may be surprised to find that your vehicle is involved in a safety recall, and wonder what this means. When your vehicle is on a safety recall list, it can create hazards to you and your passengers. When recalled defects go unrepaired, there is the possibility that you could be injured or even killed in an accident.

Newest in Recalls

Here are some of the newest recalls for March, 2017:

  • Prime Time Crusader 2017: Incorrect axle information on the label
  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2017: Incorrect tire pressure sensor mode
  • Infiniti QX30 2017: Possible driver-side curtain airbag non-deployment
  • Zero DS/FXS/S 2017: Anti-lock brakes may not function properly
  • Fiat 500x 2017: Tire pressure warning light
  • Keystone Cougar/Laredo 2017: Smoke detector may not have been installed
  • Mercedes Benz Metris 2016-2017: Blind spot monitoring function not installed
  • Freightliner Sprinter 2500/3500 2016: Bracket not welded correctly
  • Audi A5/S5 2017: Seatbelt component may detach and enter the cabin
  • Volkswagen Toureg 2007-2010L Cracks in fuel filter flange may cause fuel leak
  • Hyundai Sonata/Sonata Hybrid 2011-2015: Seat belt linkages may detach
  • Jaguar F-Pace 2017: Incorrect driveshaft may have been installed
  • Land Rover Range Rover Sport 2016: Passenger frontal air bag may not deploy
  • Airstream Basecamp 2017: Tire may rub against wheel well
  • Gillig Low Floor 2016-2017: Wiper arms may crack and detach from vehicle
  • Manac Van Trailer 2016-2017: Rub rail may detach

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is constantly determining whether or not a vehicle poses a safety hazard to its drivers and passengers, and whether or not it warrants a recall. If a recall is determined, the manufacturer will be required to fix the vehicle at no cost to you. You will receive a notification about how this will be done. Call us today for more information if you have been injured in an accident due to a defect. We will help you find out more about what options you have.

2017-11-13T18:43:57+00:00