Over 470,000 Hyundai SUVs added to recent fire risk recall. Hyundai warning owners to park outside. The Safety Recall Report 20V-543, reporting recalls on Hyundai Tucson, years 2016-2021. It’s currently estimated that 1% will have the defect. The Defect An electrical short in the Anti-lock Brake module may increase the risk of an engine compartment fire […]
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Kia is recalling six models 2011-2015 due to engine compartment fire risk. Engine compartment fires may occur. Kia currently has not identified the cause of these fires, though is recalling vehicles as a preventive measure to mitigate any unreasonable fire risk to oil or fuel leaks, or engine damage.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) declared GM front passenger Takata inflators defective. Chevy Avalanche, Silverado, Tahoe, Suburban and, GMC Sierra and Yukon and Cadillac Escalade are among models covered in this global Takata recall.
World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H) released 2020’s “10 Worst Toys” list. Every year we publish the list because we want to highlight dangerous toys and the types of problems to look for when buying them. It’s a reminder we need to be vigilant about toy safety year-round, not just during the holidays.
In March we reported that over 1 million Toyota and Lexus models from 2013-2014 were involved in a fuel pump recall. That recall is expanding to include sixty-five models of newer Toyota & Lexus vehicles.
In the last few months, electric vehicles have been recalled due to battery fire dangers. At Terrell Hogan, we know that it’s best to try to find ways to prevent injury and loss before it happens, but until there’s a solution to this dangerous defect, we will continue to repeat information electric car battery fire defects.
Transmission fluid leak may lead to a complete stall in traffic or a fire when leaked onto an extreme heat surfaces.
Audi Q7 SUVs recalled for Head Injury Risk: In the event of a crash, an occupant’s head may impact the vehicle’s C-pillar, increasing the risk of injury.
Some private companies that have contracted with the U.S. military to provide housing are cutting corners by not properly maintaining or repairing properties. This article explains your rights and recourse.
You may have noticed an increase in unwanted sales calls or texts now that you are staying or working from home because of the pandemic. What can you do to stop them? National Do Not Call Registry First, register all your phone numbers, landline and cell, on the Federal Trade Commission’s National Do Not Call […]