It’s been a difficult — and telling — year for car manufacturers. GM officials are in court, after recalling 1.6 million compact cars for defective airbags and faulty ignition switches. Toyota recently followed suit, recalling an additional 6.4 million vehicles. With the safety of millions of automobiles in question, concern about the car you drive every day is understandable. How do you know if your vehicle is affected, and what do you do if it’s among the millions of recalled cars?
Check The Status of Your Car
There are several different ways to check to see if your vehicle is affected by recent recalls. First, if you are the original owner of your car, the dealership will most likely send you a notice in the mail. If you haven’t receive