(855) 4-LEMON-LAW
(855) 453-6665

News and Information


Multiple Vehicles Could Pose A Fire Risk To Drivers

Van Hool has issued a recall for several units of 2011 and 2012 C2045, 2011 T2140 and 2011 T2145.

These vehicles are being recalled, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported, because the engines these models were furnished with could experience an overheating caused by an internal corrosion of certain ground cables.

If this corrosion occurs while the vehicle is being used, smoke and fire could break out. To prevent a serious fire risk, the company decided to report this recall with the help of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

For the full report and more details on how recalled vehicle owners must proceed, click here for the official announcement.

About the Author
The Vachon Law Firm is based in Southern California and focuses exclusively on consumer protection litigation.