Tag: Defects & Recalls

  • April 1st, 2021

Owners of select GM and Chevrolet vehicles listed below should park their vehicles outside and away from homes, structures, and other flammable materials such as vegetation, until their vehicles have been repaired, due to a new recall for the risk of fire. Positive Battery Cable Short Circuit GM issued a safety recall (NHTSA ID 21V-189) […]

  • March 30th, 2021

Owners of select Hyundai and Genesis vehicles should park their cars outside and away from homes, other structures and other flammable materials such as vegetation until their vehicles have been repaired, due to new and separate recalls for the risk of fire. ABS Module Malfunction Hyundai issued safety recalls (NHTSA IDs: 21V-160 and 21V-161) this month for Model Year 2015-2016 Hyundai […]

  • March 16th, 2021

Owners of select Model Year 2017-2021 Kia Sportage and Cadenza vehicles should park their cars outside and away from homes until their vehicles have been repaired, due to a new recall for the risk of fire. Kia Motors America issued a safety recall (NHTSA ID 21V-137) on Tuesday for 379,931 select Sportage and Cadenza vehicles […]

  • November 13th, 2020

Owners of select Model Year 2017-2019 Chevrolet Bolt vehicles should park their cars outside and away from homes until their vehicles have been repaired, due to a new recall for the risk of fire. These vehicles can catch fire even if they are turned off, parked, and disconnected from a charging unit. NHTSA has confirmed […]

  • October 30th, 2020

For most people, the end of Daylight Saving Time on Sunday means gaining an extra hour of sleep, and maybe a reminder to change smoke detector batteries. However, we encourage you to add a new tradition to your safety essentials list when falling back and springing forward: Checking for vehicle safety recalls. Don’t put yourself, […]

  • May 28th, 2020

Harbor Freight Tools has announced a recall of more than 1.7 million Pittsburgh Automotive 3-Ton and 6-Ton Heavy Duty Steel Jack Stands for a defect that poses a significant risk to your safety. Owners of these jack stands are asked to immediately discontinue use due to safety concerns. Injuries have been reported due to this issue. […]

  • May 28th, 2020

Forget about the lost hour of sleep this weekend – you have an important safety checklist to complete! On Sunday, March 8, as you turn the clocks forward and change smoke detector batteries, NHTSA wants you to add a new tradition to your safety essentials list: Checking your vehicle for safety recalls. Don’t risk your […]

  • October 17th, 2019

While the 2020 NHTSA Communications Calendar is substantially similar to the 2019 calendar, we are excited to announce a few new opportunities: Vehicle Safety Recall Awareness Week March 2-6, 2020 Consider participating in VIN check-up events, and distributing NHTSA vehicle safety recall awareness campaign materials available on TSM. Heatstroke Awareness Day May 1, 2020 Along with […]

  • September 19th, 2019

GHSA has partnered with Check To Protect, a vehicle recall awareness program run by the National Safety Council (NSC) to spread the word that it is important – and easy – to check a vehicle’s recall status at CheckToProtect.org. Many drivers in your state may be unaware their vehicle has a safety recall and that […]