AutoRecall

Are the Brakes on Your Ford Truck Failing?

The Ford F-150 is the bestselling pickup truck in America. However, this popular vehicle also has its share of problems. Now, vehicle owners claim there’s a new and dangerous defect in the pickup’s braking system. Will Ford do anything to make sure this new safety concern is addressed? Should Ford Recall F-150 Pickup Trucks? A… read more

Will 2018 See More Recalls for Auto Defects?

Did 2017 seem to have a lot of auto recalls going on? Well, it wasn’t your imagination. Automakers all across the industry were asking consumers to bring their vehicles in to fix some problem or another. Whether it was a faulty seatbelt switch or a malfunctioning airbag sensor, cars all over the U.S. (including Colorado,… read more

Did an Auto Recall cause Your Accident?

Right now, the amount of auto recalls is at an all-time high. The biggest recall in US history, affecting 42 million vehicles, is going on with Takata airbags right now. Another Toyota defect causes gas to leak out of the tank and onto the wheels, causing steering control problems. Defective auto parts including tires, seatbelts,… read more

Automotive Safety: Do Auto Manufacturers Hide Defects to Save Money?

There is a famous line in the movie Fight Club where the narrator describes how his employer, a major auto manufacturer, makes the decision to issue recalls for defective car parts. “Take the number of vehicles in the field, A, multiply by the probable rate of failure, B, multiply by the average out-of-court settlement, C.… read more

Where Can I Find Recall Information On My Vehicle?

Auto defects from companies such as Takata and General Motors have killed hundreds of people during car accidents, making defective auto parts a major safety issue for American consumers. Takata’s defective air bags recently became part of the largest recall in U.S. history, with millions of cars being recalled. Eight people have died from accidents… read more