Kristin Hopkins from Colorado who is the mother of four and survived a horrific crash after being trapped in her mangled vehicle for six days. She lost both of her feet. She has filed a lawsuit against General Motors, claiming that her Chevrolet Malibu’s crash avoidance features failed at the critical moment before it happened.
vehicle defect related to the GM recall
According to FOX business, 4 months after GM recalls only 410 vehicles received new ignitions. Only 16% of the 2.6M GM vehicles recalled have new ignitions. In the video below, Jeff Flock talks to Saturn Ion owner Joanna Haugh about the ignition switch defect in her vehicle.
The faulty ignition switch problem from General Motors has been in news for a long time now and the recall count is more than 17 million cars this year. Daniel Hollaert Jr. lost control of his 2006 Chevy Cobalt when his car crashed head-on into a school bus full of children.
Due to recent uncertainties in the vehicle safety, innocent people are being seriously injured and dying in auto accidents. Due to this negligence shown by auto makers, U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller is proposing S. 2559 which is a bill to expand the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) authority to recall unsafe vehicles and increase […]
General Motor’s saga of vehicle safety defects and its recalls for public safety continues with even more number of recalls on ignition switch issues. GM recalled 3.36 million mid size and full size cars all over the world for ignition switches that have immense effect on power steering, power breaks, and airbags. The ignition switch defect […]
General Motors (GM) is recalling certain model year 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Coupes manufactured June 9, 2013, through September 6, 2013.