Keystone RV Company Recalls 313, 2018 Keystone Montana fifth-wheel trailers

Recall Due to Potential Fire Risk Keystone Montana Fifth-Wheel Trainers The Keystone RV Company has issued a recall for 313, model year 2018 Keystone Montana fifth-wheel trailers due to a potential fire risk due to a lack of circuit protection in the wiring of its slide-out room feature, according to the recreational vehicle manufacturer. The company says the switch for the … Read More

Auto Dealers Sell Millions of Recalled Vehicles as Certified Safe

Some auto dealerships are deceptively selling defective, recalled used vehicles as being safe to consumers and it’s not illegal. Unlike new vehicles, which dealers are not permitted to sell if recall repairs are not made, used vehicles can be sold to the public. These are vehicles that have unrepaired safety defects such as dangerous, explosive air bags, faulty ignition switches, corrosive … Read More

Many Consumers Ignore Vehicle Safety Recalls Because they are Inconvenient

Despite safety risks, many consumers will ignore safety recalls simply because it’s an inconvenience. In fact, roughly 20 percent of people whose vehicles are recalled will never bother to get it fixed, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA). Need a Lemon Law Lawyer? Call us at 800-235-6801 for help. A new national survey reveals that nearly 40 … Read More

Toyota Recalls 543,000 Vehicles Equipped with Faulty Takata Airbags

Toyota Motor Corp. has added another 543,000 sedans and SUVs made between 2006-2012 to an already massive recall involving faulty Takata airbags. Today’s announcement comes just one day after Honda made a similar one, recalling another 772,000 Honda and Acura vehicles for the same problem involving defective front passenger air bag inflators. The recall, which has now reached 100 million vehicles … Read More

Millions of Unfixed Recalled Vehicles Pose Risk to All Motorists

It’s bad enough there are inherent risks out there when you get behind the wheel, but most motorists don’t anticipate hidden dangers due to unfixed recalled vehicles. A new study suggests that some 45 million vehicles in the United States remain in operation on our roads and freeways despite recent recalls. Indeed, these potentially dangerous vehicles put all motorists at … Read More