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Tesla Announces Safety Recall Over Seat Belt Issues

Tesla recently announced two new safety recalls over potentially defective seat belts, affecting approximately 7,600 vehicles. A cross-threaded seat belt fastener increases the risk of injury in the event of a crash, so affected customers should visit the dealership for inspection and repairs.


Auto Safety Recall Trends in 2020

Auto manufacturers launched several major safety recall campaigns in 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic deterred many consumers from receiving the replacement parts. Defects in airbags, latches, engines, and driver-assist programs should be addressed as soon as possible.


What To Do When Your Car Has Been Recalled

Receiving a notice that your vehicle is being recalled can be confusing. Be sure to follow the instructions for obtaining the necessary repairs—any delay may increase your safety risk. Contact a trusted Berkeley lemon law attorney to learn more.


Subaru Recalls 875,000 Vehicles Over Engine and Suspension Defects

Subaru announced two major recalls affecting nearly 875,000 vehicles across the country. One recall pertains to faulty ignition coils that could increase the risk of stalling issues, while the other recall involves loose bolts on the rear stabilizer bracket that may increase the risk of a crash.


The Least Reliable New Cars With the Largest Number of Issues

New cars should be free of major defects, such as transmission problems, braking issues, and other recurring malfunctions. Unfortunately, the Chevrolet Camaro, Nissan Titan, Ford EcoSport, and Subaru Ascent have been rated the most unreliable vehicles on the market.