BMW is issuing two recalls beginning on Dec. 18 that will affect about 1 million vehicles at risk of catching fire even when not in use. Read more
Ford Motor Co. has announced two recalls – one for a fire risk, and another for a door latch problem – covering about 440,000 cars in North America. Read more
Kia Motors Corp. is recalling 72,000 Sportages because of concerns relating to electrical fires. Read more
Not only has the popularity of e-cigarettes increased in recent years, so have concerns over health and fire risks with the devices. Read more
Noncompliant hoverboards face recall or seizure at ports. Read more
Giant Factories of Canada has recalled 240 water heaters that were sold in 2014 because they could catch fire or explode. The company says that in some cases, the joint between the heater... Read more
General Motors Co. (GM) has recalled hundreds of thousands of cars over a defect in the parking brake that could cause a fire. The problem occurred with GM’s 2013-2015 Cadillac XTS and... Read more
General Motors Co. has recalled almost 185,000 sport utility vehicles (SUVs) with faulty power window switches and is telling customers to keep them outside because they might catch on fire.... Read more
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... Read more
Following an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Chrysler has recalled almost 895,000 sport utility vehicles because a wiring problem in the vanity m... Read more
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