Tesla Recalls 2024 Cybertruck Gas Pedal Unintentional Acceleration

Tesla Recalls 2024 Cybertrucks to Fix Gas Pedal Defect Tesla recalls 2024 Cybertruck vehicles to fix gas pedals after discovering they can become stuck when pressed and possibly unintentionally accelerate. The $81,895 to $101,985 futuristic trucks, which first hit the road last December, were manufactured with a pad attached to the pedal that could dislodge. If that happens, the pad … Read More

Recall Ford Bronco Sport SUV, Maverick Pickup Low Battery Issue

Ford Motor Co. will recall roughly 456,565 vehicles due to a low battery issue that may increase the risk of a crash in certain Ford Bronco Sport SUVs and Ford Maverick pickups. The affected vehicles may lose drive power from the low battery charge as well as the loss of power to electrical accessories, according to the National Highway Traffic … Read More

2020, 2021, 2022, 2024 Kia Telluride SUV Rollaway Recall

Kia is recalling roughly 427,000 Telluride SUVs due to a rollaway risk when parked after a defect was discovered in the vehicles. Owners are advised to use their parking brake when they park their vehicle until they have it repaired. The  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports the intermediate shaft and right front driveshaft may not fully engage in certain … Read More

2023 Kia Sorento Owners Say the SUV Suddenly Shuts Down

Several owners of the 2023 Kia Sorento are wondering why their brand-new SUVs suddenly shut down with or without warning while driving. They are demanding Kia repair, replace, or buy back their defective vehicles, but their complaints are not being heard. Dealerships are telling their customers the codes needed to repair the SUVs are not showing up and they can’t … Read More

Earth Day: When Will Consumers Embrace Electric Vehicles?

Electric Cars: Paving the Way to a Green Future Perhaps all vehicles on the road will be electric by the time Earth Day 2050 rolls around, but until then consumers are reluctant to embrace the idea while there remain cheaper and more convenient gas-powered options. According to the California Air Resources Board’s latest Advanced Clean Cars II regulations, all new … Read More

Toyota Tacoma Pickup Truck Recall 381,000 Vehicles

2022, 2023 Tacoma Pickup Trucks Recalled Toyota Motor North America plans to recall roughly 381,000 of its 2022 and 2023 Tacoma midsize pickup trucks in the United States due to a faulty part that could fall off and increase the risk of a collision. Indeed, the automaker reports that welding debris left at the ends of axles could allow some … Read More

2024 Kia Telluride Recall Due to Fire Risk in Engine

Defective Kia Engine Valve Springs a Fire Risk Kia North America recently issued a recall for 2,872 of its 2024 Kia Telluride SUVs due to defective engine valve springs that could potentially cause a fire and or a collision. The automaker warns drivers that the springs could break when they are driving their SUV. If that happens, the driver could … Read More

How to Choose a Top California Lemon Law Attorney

Don’t Take on Auto Manufacturers Alone In a perfect world, you could call up General Motors to ask for your money back or a replacement for your defective Chevrolet Malibu. But this isn’t a perfect world and the $29 billion automotive industry has no plans to refund customers or replace problematic cars and trucks any time soon. Indeed, last year, … Read More

Mazda Recalls 2024 CX-90 Vehicles for Steering Wheel Power Loss

Federal Safety Regulators Warn Problem Could Lead to Crash Mazda North American Operations has issued a recall for 43,752 of its 2024 CX-90 SUVs due to power loss in the steering wheel system that could cause a driver to crash. Drivers may suddenly experience a loss of power steering assist due to an assembly issue with the worn gear in … Read More

Kia Recall Carnival Minivans, Sportage SUVs for Roof Detachment

Kia America to Replace Defective Roof Molding Kia America has announced a recall for more than 101,000 minivans and SUVs after the automaker discovered a major safety hazard involving possible roof detachment. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports roof molding could loosen or detach while a person is driving the vehicle due to improper installation at the assembly plant, … Read More

The Perfect Car Doesn’t Exist, That’s Why There Are Lemon Law Lawyers

Don’t Keep Loving a Lemon – Find a California Lemon Law Lawyer It was love at first sight from the first time you strapped yourself into the driver’s seat. She was easy on the eyes, had perfect curves, and an engine that purred like a kitten.  You thought you had found the perfect car as you drove off the dealership … Read More

Mercedes-Benz Recalls 80K Vehicles for Faulty Fuel Pump

Mercedes Dealerships to Replace Fuel Pumps Mercedes-Benz USA LLC has issued a recall for 79,676 vehicles in the 2021 to 2024 model years due to a faulty fuel pump. The German automaker reported that owners of the affected vehicles are at risk of being in a collision because the fuel pump could shut down while the driver is on the … Read More