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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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  • What If My Car is Recalled During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
    What If My Car is Recalled During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

    When the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or an automotive manufacturer issues a recall , it means an automobile has a serious problem that poses a safety risk to consumers and ...

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  • Driving a Toyota or Lexus? It May Need its Engine Replaced
    Driving a Toyota or Lexus? It May Need its Engine Replaced

    If you recently purchased a brand-new Lexus or Toyota, you may be driving a vehicle that could overheat, stall, or catch fire at any moment, placing your safety at grave risk. So far, more than 44,000 ...

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  • Toyota & Lexus Recall Nearly 700K Vehicles for Faulty Fuel Pump
    Toyota & Lexus Recall Nearly 700K Vehicles for Faulty Fuel Pump

    One of the most dangerous issues that a driver can face is having their vehicle stall while it’s in motion, especially while the person is driving on one of Southern California’s busy freeways. ...

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  • Car of the Month - Audi 2019 e-Tron - Recall Problems
    Car of the Month - Audi 2019 e-Tron - Recall Problems

    2019 Audi e-Tron Recall It's not uncommon for manufacturers to have production line problems. However, it can be disappointing when you learn that the vehicle you just purchased or leased has been ...

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  • Car of the Month - Chrysler Recalls 2019-2020 Dodge Ram 1500 Trucks
    Car of the Month - Chrysler Recalls 2019-2020 Dodge Ram 1500 Trucks

    When you purchase or lease a new vehicle, you expect all components to be in safe, working order. Unfortunately, many vehicles leave the production line with defects that can pose a severe safety risk ...

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