GM Announces Six More Vehicle Recalls

Six New Vehicle Recalls from General Motors Covering Over 800,000 Cars General Motors has issued a record number of vehicle recalls in 2014, many of which involve older model vehicles with faulty ignition switches. On Wednesday, July 23rd, the automotive manufacturer issued six more vehicle recalls, covering over 800,000 cars. That brings the total number of GM’s recalled vehicles this year to 29 million worldwide. The latest six vehicle recalls cover close to 823,000 vehicles, and cover a variety of issues. Some of the vehicles in the … [Read more...]

Two Vehicle Recalls Announced

Honda and GM Issue Separate Vehicle Recalls Two automotive manufacturers announced vehicle recalls on Thursday, May 1st. Honda’s vehicle recall covered 24,889 Odyssey minivans in the 2014 model year because their airbags may not deploy during a crash. The deployment issue is, according to the manufacturer, caused by a shorting terminal, which prevents deployment of the airbag before it is put into the vehicle, may have been damaged during the assembly process so that it continues to prevent the airbag from deploying. The issue can … [Read more...]