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Category Archives: Defective Vehicle Equipment

Man Dead after Vehicle's “Autopilot Mode” Fails

Joshua Brown was using Tesla’s autopilot technology in May 2016 when the vehicle collided with a big rig. The autopilot sensors failed to detect the large white truck making a left turn in front of the vehicle, killing the 40-year-old driver.

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Dodge & Volvo Launch Recall Campaigns

According to a series of news report, a series of vehicles are being recalled. Two companies have launched recall campaigns that impact some popular brands. Consumers who have been impacted are urged to avoid ignoring the reports. Heed the instructions provided by the manufacturers or the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at once… Read More »

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Safety Advocates Grill Dealer For Selling Recalled Cars

Car safety advocates often urge consumers who are thinking about purchasing a vehicle to look into the most recent recall announcements. Unfortunately for many car owners, car dealers are not required to make sure that used cars for sale are repaired if they are impacted by a safety recall. Since drivers are not aware… Read More »

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Vehicles Impacted By Takata Air Bag Recall Still Unfixed

The latest announcements concerning auto recalls included a recent campaign to add more vehicles to the list of Takata air bag-related recalls. As the number of vehicles impacted by this issue increases, drivers remain unsure of what to expect. But until the real fix comes, what should drivers do about this recall, sit and… Read More »

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Nissan Recalls More Cars Over Air Bag Problems

The most recent auto recall announcements released by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show a trend; major automakers have been recalling a great number of cars. This is not news for those who have followed the wave of auto recalls issued in 2014. Nevertheless, reports concerning the newer recalls may still scare… Read More »

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Second Air Bag Recall Issued For Already-Damaged Cars

The latest series of recalls involving air bag defects affected millions of vehicles nationwide. According to news reports, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has indicated that replacement parts may not be entirely available to all impacted vehicles until the end of the year. Over 2.1 million vehicles manufactured by Chrysler, Honda, and Toyota… Read More »

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Kia Issues Auto Recall Over Fire Hazard

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration continues to stay busy as 2015 promises to be yet another big year for auto recalls. The latest reports coming from the federal agency indicate that thousands of vehicles sold nationwide are being recalled. The campaign involves vehicles that may have been impacted by a fire risk…. Read More »

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Chrysler Recalls Dodge Challenger After Vehicle Earns Top Safety Rating

The very last recall announcement of 2014 comes on the heels of Fiat Chrysler’s announcement concerning the company’s latest five-star safety rating awarded to the 2015 Dodge Challenger. According to a series of news reports, the 2015 model of the vehicle has been recently recalled over an issue that may stem from the car’s… Read More »

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Competition Yamaha Motorcycles Recalled Over Crash Risk

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is not in the business of reporting vehicle recalls, but every now and then, it does. The latest vehicle recall the CPSC has announced involved certain motorcycles manufactured by Yamaha that could expose riders to major auto accident risks that could even result in serious personal injury. The… Read More »

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Older Car Onwers Often Miss Recall Campaigns

When it comes to recalled vehicles, few of us know what to do when recalls that impact us are issued but never publicized. Unfortunately for several Americans, older vehicles continue to be the deadliest among the recalled car lists, mostly due to the fact that owners are difficult to track. Experts have been talking… Read More »

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