Reminds motorists to check for vehicle recalls
Every vehicle recall is serious and affects the safety of the driving public.
You’ve changed the batteries in your smoke or carbon monoxide detectors, checked your gas gauges, watched the dash cluster for signs of engine alerts or complications but have you checked your vehicle for recalls?
How to Check for Vehicle Recalls
The best place to check for a recall is Safercar.gov here you can just put your vehicles VIN number into the system and you will be presented with every recall your vehicle has ever had or just contact me and I can do a check for you.
If by chance there are recalls you may contact us or the dealership for the repairs or replacement of said parts and or repair.
Most all recalls on any vehicle are free of charge from the dealership or manufacturer of the vehicle in question they are required by Federal Law to fix, replace or repair due to an engineering design or flaws.
Just keep that in mind if you find a recall on your said vehicle.
Check for Recalls. Visit NHTSA.gov/Recalls and enter your vehicle’s 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN). In seconds, you’ll know if your vehicle is subject to a safety recall.
If your vehicle is affected by a safety recall, contact your dealership to schedule a repair. Every recall is fixed for free. Recalls do not expire.
Get Alertes, Sign up for Recall Alerts. If your vehicle is included in a future safety recall, you’ll receive an e-mail letting you know.
If you think your vehicle may have a safety-related defect that isn’t part of a current recall, contact NHTSA. Even a single complaint is enough to trigger a recall. Contact NHTSA online or by calling the agency’s Vehicle Safety Hotline at 888-327-4236.
Or Contact Us we will be more than happy to provide accurate details concerning your recall, advice and or free estimates: As noted any and all recalls are the responsibility of the said vehicle manufacturer.