Harley-Davidson is recalling approximately 250,000 motorcycles due to a problem with the brakes where they could potentially fail without any warning and leave riders without any brakes. Most of the vehicles (175,000) are located in the United States.
The vehicles impacted are model year 2008 to 2011 Touring, CVO Touring and VRSC models which have anti-lock braking systems.
The motorcycle manufacturer has received 43 complaints about this problem and it knows of three accidents and two injuries linked to the brake failure.
Indeed, Harley Davidson says it is a serious problem, but they believe it can be fixed by flushing the brake fluid, something that is recommended owners do least every two years. However, many owners have not done so and this could be the problem. The recall allows owners of these vehicles to get it done at no cost to them.
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Motorists who are grappling with ongoing problems with their vehicle due to defective brakes or other issues, could be eligible for compensation under California and or Federal Lemon Laws.
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