Need help with recalls? Here’s a helpful list.

With all of the high profile safety recalls out there we need a what to do list on recalls. Here it is from Yahoo and it’s a good read if you have any concerns about your vehicle.

If you own a car, you’ve probably received a safety recall notice in the mail at some point. Manufacturers are required to attempt to notify owners of recalled products and to provide a free remedy. You may be inclined to ignore a recall notification letter – especially if it contains confusing jargon or seems like it concerns something minor.

But here’s a newsflash: In the realm of safety recalls, nothing is minor. According to Rae Tyson, spokesman for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the federal agency that issues automotive recalls, every recall has a serious safety implication. “A defect exists that is a safety issue and it needs to be corrected,” Tyson says. “There are some worse than others, yes, but in some way they all have potential to lead to injury or death.”

Read the full article here.

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