What are the General Motors recalls?
The Wall Street Journal reported, “Federal auto-safety regulators are demanding a supplier recall 67 million air-bag inflators linked to exploding incidents that have killed two people and injured others, in what could be one of the largest safety actions on record.”
The General Motor recall impacts nearly 1 million vehicles, specifically Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse, and GMC Acadia made in 2014 through 2017. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shared that the recall could affect nearly a quarter of the vehicles currently on U.S. roadways.
While the airbag parts recall is one of the most recent, potentially dangerous General Motors recalls – there unfortunately is a list of more.
Are you wondering if your car has a recalled part?
What to do if your car has been affected by a car part recall?
If you have a car part recall, you should take action immediately to ensure your safety and the safety of others on the road. Here are the steps you should take:
Contact your dealer: If your car is part of the recall, contact your dealer or the manufacturer as soon as possible to schedule an appointment for the repair or replacement of the affected part. They will likely need your VIN number and information about the recall.
Follow the instructions carefully: Make sure to follow the instructions provided by the dealer or the manufacturer carefully to ensure that the repair or replacement is done correctly.
Keep records: Keep records of all the communication with the dealer or the manufacturer, as well as any repairs or replacements that were done. This will be helpful in case there are any issues in the future.
Continue to check for recalls: Stay vigilant and continue to check for any new recalls that may affect your vehicle. You can sign up for email alerts from the NHTSA to stay informed.
How to Find Legal Help
With the General Motors recalls, it is expected that a lot of vehicles in the United States will be affected. If your car is on the list of recalled vehicles and you have had problems with its airbag, contact AMA Law today.
Contact AMA Law Today
Our lawyers have been following the airbag recalls diligently and are well-equipped to help you in your lawsuit so you can be fairly compensated.
To find out more about the GM airbag recall or to schedule a free consultation with one of our knowledgeable personal injury lawyers, please contact AMA Law today.