The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported that the automaker Chrysler has issued a recall for the Dodge Viper of the year makes 2003 and 2004 over a possible issue with the airbag modules that could cause the airbags to deploy unexpectedly.
The company has stated that these vehicles could be involved in an accident if the airbag deploys unexpectedly, increasing the risk of injury. The company has stated that all units of the affected vehicles will be fully repaired for free.
To prevent injuries, contact the manufacturer at once and have this issue promptly eradicated. Never ignore a recall announcement linked to a product you own since it could cause you to be involved in an accident that could eventually result in injuries.
Stay on top of recall alerts and respond quickly in order to prevent serious accidents. Multiple vehicles have been recalled recently due to issues linked to defective airbags. Consumers should be especially concerned because these issues could render an issue with a device that is fully designed to save lives.
Hopefully, automakers will work on making vehicles safer and avoiding issues that could pose serious risks to consumers.
For the full recall announcement published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, click here.