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.
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.
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.
Drivers in West Virginia may be operating dangerous vehicles that have recently been recalled. Auto defects were discovered in 89,000 SUVs and cars manufactured by Fiat Chrysler. Specifically, these vehicles may have issues with windshield wipers or fuel leaks.
Vehicles manufactured by multiple companies have recently been recalled due to various defects. Toyota, Ford and BMW are issuing the recalls. If people in West Virginia are injured due to auto defects, it is within their rights to seek to hold the automobile makers accountable.
Federal officials recently started an investigation into whether the brakes on particular Ford F-150 trucks are safe. These pickup trucks are the best-selling vehicles in the United States, including in West Virginia. The investigation into brake malfunction stems from what National Highway Traffic Safety Administration officials said people have described as the complete and sudden loss of braking.
A few recent vehicle recalls may have an impact on some West Virginia residents. The vehicles recently determined to have auto defects include some manufactured by Bentley Motors Inc., BMW of North America and General Motors. Their model years range from 2007 to 2016.
Drivers of Jeep, Ram and Chrysler vehicles in West Virginia may be affected by a recent recall of 410,000 of these automobiles worldwide. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has recalled these vehicles due to auto defects involving software and wiring. These defects have the potential to cause the impacted vehicles to stall.