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  • DMV Urges Drivers to See If Their Vehicles Are Part of a Safety Recall
    DMV Urges Drivers to See If Their Vehicles Are Part of a Safety Recall

    In 2020, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued nearly 900 safety recalls affecting more than 55 million vehicles or their parts. Startlingly, only 75% of these recalls were ...

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  • Kia Recalls Nearly 380,000 Vehicles for Potential Fire Risk
    Kia Recalls Nearly 380,000 Vehicles for Potential Fire Risk

    Similar to a recent recall by Hyundai, Kia is recalling nearly 380,000 of its vehicles due to potential engine fire risks. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHRSA), the ...

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  • Hyundai Tucson Expands Recall for Engine Fire Risk
    Hyundai Tucson Expands Recall for Engine Fire Risk

    Last September, the South Korean auto manufacturer, Hyundai, issued a recall for certain 2019-2021 models of Tucson crossover SUVs due to an electrical short in the car’s computer that could ...

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  • Troublesome Alfa Romeo Stelvio Vehicles Recalled for Numerous Defects
    Troublesome Alfa Romeo Stelvio Vehicles Recalled for Numerous Defects

    Naturally, many people who buy “luxury vehicles” expect them to be beautiful, high-performance, durable, and equipped with high-quality features. Yet, even the newest and best-in-class vehicles can ...

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  • Do I Have a Lemon Vehicle If My Car Was Recalled?
    Do I Have a Lemon Vehicle If My Car Was Recalled?

    While a recalled vehicle and a lemon have similarities, they are viewed quite differently under the law. What Is a Recall? It is important first to understand how a recall is determined on a national ...

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  • What Car Companies Have the Most Lemons?
    What Car Companies Have the Most Lemons?

    Each year, thousands of vehicles are sold to consumers with pieces or parts that don’t work or function as they should. While some of these defects are harmless, others can be extremely hazardous to ...

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