GM Recall News
Lawsuits accuse automakers of faulty air bags, recall delays
Three class actions allege that General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, Volkswagen and Mercedes knew of problems with exploding Takata air bag inflators yet waited years to issue recalls
GM issues a world-wide recall affecting nearly 700,000 trucks
Plus, the Kremlin releases images of President Putin fishing and hiking while on vacation.
General Motors Recalling 4.28 Million Vehicles for Airbag Software Problem
General Motors is recalling approximately 4.28 million vehicles worldwide, 3.64 million of which are in the U.S., for a software defect that led to one person's death, company officials said today. GM's communications manager for cybersecurity and safety, Tom Wilkinson, told ABC News that the
Regulators May Expand Takata Airbag Recall
The nation’s largest auto safety recall could become even bigger. Auto safety regulators announced today they are expanding their investigation of airbags manufactured by Japan-based Takata Corp. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it is investigating yet another airbag inflator
Single Mother of Four Trapped in Her Car For Days
45-year-old Kristen Hopkins lost both her legs and is taking on General Motors.
Colorado Woman Sues General Motors Following Harrowing Crash
A Colorado woman is suing General Motors after an accident left her trapped in her car at the bottom of a ravine. Kristin Hopkins, 45, spent six days in the car following the April 2014 accident, which resulted in both of her legs being amputated below the knees. Hopkins’ 2009 Chevrolet Malibu
Colorado Woman Trapped in Car for 6 Days Sues GM
Kristin Hopkins' 2009 Chevrolet Malibu plummeted hundreds of feet from a Colorado road.
Index: Remembering Legendary Chef Paul Prudhomme
To the index of other news tonight General Motors recalling 32000. SUVs because of windshield wipers that can catch fire. On the list the Buick conclave to Chevrolet traverse in the GMC Acadia we have much more on our website for its night. That passenger jet narrowly missing these cars in Costa
What Volkswagen Diesel Car Drivers Should Know
Facing several lawsuits, Volkswagen has yet to offer a solution to drivers of 11 million diesel vehicles that apparently can cheat emissions tests. What's a Volkswagen driver to do? Volkswagen, the largest carmaker in the world, is accused by regulators of using illegal "defeat device" software