The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating more than 50,000 Can-Am Spyder vehicles after reports of two fires that occurred while the three-wheel motorcycles were in operation. NHTSA’s Office of Defects opened a preliminary evaluation into reports that Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.’s 2008-14 Spyder models can catch fire. The probe will affect an estimated 52,408 motorcycles. According to NHTSA, Bombardier has conducted three safety recalls to address defects that could result in a fire from the vehicles at the center of the investigation but that the two recent fires seem to be unrelated to the issues covered by the previous recalls.
Source: Claims Journal
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