Motor vehicle owners in West Virginia may be affected by a recent recall of a handful of Subaru automobiles. Specifically, Subaru Outback vehicles from the 2019 model year are being recalled due to auto defects. Subaru's Legacy, the Outback's sedan cousin, is also part of the recent recall.
Some West Virginians may be driving Ford pickup trucks that authorities say are dangerous to operate due to an engine-block heater issue. Officials recently recalled over 130,000 trucks with the goal of repairing their components. These components might have been damaged due to another recall that was made to repair auto defects.
Car owners in West Virginia might be impacted by a recent recall of Ford motor vehicles. The company has decided to recall over 950,000 automobiles due to concerns about defective airbags. Specifically, the airbags in the cars -- manufactured by Tanaka -- can explode, and the shrapnel caused by the explosions can cause injuries. More than 780,000 of the motor vehicles with the auto defects are reportedly in the United States.
Car owners in West Virginia may be impacted by a few widespread motor vehicle product recalls. They involve BMW, Ford and Toyota cars, as well as Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Here is a look at the auto defects pinpointed in these recalls.
Whether to drive children to daycare, older people to senior citizen events, athletic teams to sporting events, employees in work carpools, congregants to and from their house of worship, or teenagers to youth programs, 15-passenger vans are in high demand and are prevalent on our Nation's roads. However, these cumbersome vehicles can pose a safety risk to inexperienced van drivers and other road users.
A Toyota vehicle recall may impact motorists in West Virginia. Toyota reported it is recalling nearly 79,000 Tundra pickup trucks due to auto defects involving the vehicle bumpers. The recall affects not only vehicles in the United States but also in other countries.
Motorists in West Virginia may be affected by a recent auto recall covering the United States. The recall was issued due to auto defects involving the Honda Odyssey's second-row seats. Specifically, these seats could suddenly shift during a collision.
All too often in West Virginia, we see commercial trucks, also referred to as semi's or 18 wheelers, create dangerous situations for other motorists. When a commercial truck crashes, it can cause a tremendous amount of damage to other vehicles and serious injuries to other motorists and passengers. While truck drivers are sometimes at fault, the legal responsibility for these crashes is not always placed solely on the driver. The question is who are the potential responsible parties when a large commercial truck is involved in a collision that causes serious injury? The answer, as it turns out, depends on the conditions leading up to a crash.
Car crashes are the top killer of people under the age of 34 in the United States. However, removing automobiles with auto defects from the roadways in West Virginia continues to be a significant concern. and the rest of the country is one way to increase people's chances of avoiding injuries or death. An auto recall is one way in which to get unsafe vehicles off our roadways before they cause serious car accidents.
Drivers in West Virginia may be affected by two recalls recently issued by Ford. The recalls were issued due to auto defects in more than 680,000 Lincoln MKZ and Ford Fusion sedans. Most of the vehicles might have issues that impact their seat belts, while a smaller number may have backseat issues.