The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported that US Specs issued a recall recently for some vehicles that were equipped with rearview mirrors sporting certain statements with fonts that fail to comply with federal standards, which could result in a crash.
The federal agency stated that this issue could cause drivers to be unaware of how close objects may be to the vehicle, which could eventually lead to an accident.
Vehicles affected include the 2002 Porsche Carrera, the 1997 BMW 750IL and the 1986 BMW 635 CSI. These passenger vehicles are having all potentially hazardous labels corrected for free.
Any questions or concerns should be addressed to the company behind this recall. If you are a consumer who has been affected by this recall, you may follow this link to read the full article and learn more about how to have this potentially hazardous issue eradicated.
As an attorney, I hope this recall campaign is successful and all affected vehicles are repaired quickly before any accidents are reported. California drivers with these recalled models are urged to contact the company as soon as possible and have their vehicles promptly equipped with the correct labels. Lemon cars can pose risks to motorists: stay safe and act promptly.