Suzuki Motors Recalls 26,000 Verona Sedans for Fire Risk

The latest recall by Suzuki Motor Corp. for 25,900 Verona sedans is an expansion of an earlier recall in May for two other models for the same vehicle fire risk due to faulty daytime running lights. This week’s recall affects Verona sedans manufactured between June 2003 and October 2005 in the United States, whereas the earlier recall, affected 184,244 Suzuki … Read More

Harley Davidson Recalls 66,421 Touring & CVO Touring Bikes

Harley Davidson motorcycle riders who ride certain 2014 models should be aware of a recent recall that seeks to repair potentially faulty anti-lock brakes in some 66,421 Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles. Two minor injuries from five separate motorcycle crashes are reportedly linked to the defect that can cause the front brakes to suddenly lock up. Specifically, the front brake … Read More

Chevrolet, GMC Trucks Recalled by GM for Faulty Power Steering Issue

Certain Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks are under recall for a faulty power steering pump or gear that may become disconnected and cause the power steering fluid to leak, according to a press release by General Motors LLC (GM) posted on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The automaker says a power steering hose clamp could suddenly detach from … Read More

2014 Kia Soul Hatchback Recall Report by Lemon Law Attorney

Roughly 52,000 2014 Kia Soul hatchbacks were recalled this week by Kia Motors due to potential steering wheel system failure that could increase the risk of a car crash, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The vehicles, manufactured July 21, 2013, through January 17, 2014, have a faulty pinion gear that could potentially loosen and separate from the … Read More

California Lemon Law Protects Military SB234

Prior to being relocated and stationed in California, Navy Lieutenant Nathan Kindig, of Arkansas, bought a brand new 2004 Dodge Dakota pickup truck in Washington State. He was then deployed to work as a physician’s assistant in Iraq. However, soon after his first tour in Iraq, Kindig’s experience with his new truck soured. He was driving with his family to … Read More

GM RECALL: 8 Million Vehicles Have Safety Defects in Latest Recall by Automaker

DETROIT, Michigan (July 8, 2014)  – Three people were killed and eight injured in seven separate car accidents tied to defects that have prompted the latest safety recall by General Motors for nearly 8 million vehicles for a total of more than 28 million vehicles recalled by the company this year, according to a press release by General Motors. “Anyone … Read More