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Important Vehicle Recalls: Check if Your Vehicle is Affected

Attention vehicle owners! We’ve got crucial information regarding potential recalls that might concern your vehicle’s safety. If your vehicle is among those listed below, take immediate action by clicking on the provided NHTSA Recall ID Number to learn more about the safety issue and the recall’s rationale.

NHTSA Recall ID Number : 23V584
Manufacturer: BMW of North America, LLC
Subject: Seat Belt Audio Chime Malfunction/FMVSS 208
Affected Makes and Models: BMW 228I, 330I, 430I, M340I, M440I (2020-2022)3)

NHTSA Recall ID Number : 23V588
Manufacturer: Honda (American Honda Motor Co.)
Subject: Loss of Drive Power
Affected Makes and Models: HONDA ACCORD HYBRID, CR-V HYBRID (2023)

NHTSA Recall ID Number : 23V589
Manufacturer: Hyundai Motor America
Subject: Software Error May Cause Unintended Acceleration
Affected Make and Model: HYUNDAI ELANTRA HEV (2021-2023)

NHTSA Recall ID Number : 23V593
Manufacturer: Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Subject: Engine Failure
Affected Makes and Models: VOLKSWAGEN ATLAS, ATLAS CROSS SPORT (2024)

So, what’s a recall, you might ask? Essentially, if a vehicle is found to pose an unreasonable safety risk or fails to meet minimum safety standards, manufacturers or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) step in. The manufacturer is then obliged to rectify the issue at no cost to the owner, which might involve repairs, replacements, or even refunds in certain cases.

If your vehicle is part of this recall, acting swiftly is vital. The potential risks to you and your passengers are not to be taken lightly. Keep an eye out for a letter from the manufacturer explaining the recall, the remedy’s availability, and contact details for repair. In case you don’t receive a letter but suspect your vehicle is impacted, reach out to NHTSA’s Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 or contact your manufacturer or dealership. Your safety is paramount, so let’s make sure we’re all driving with peace of mind.


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