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Porsche Carrera 911 Recalled Over Seatbelt Issues

According to recent reports, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported that US Specs issued a recall announcement for all units of the 2002 Porsche Carrera 911 over a possible issue that could increase the injury risk.

The company has stated that these vehicles were equipped with passenger seatbelts that may lack a crucial part known as Automatic Locking Retractor function, which may keep the driver from being able to install a child restraint properly.

If this happens, a child could be potentially injured in an auto accident. The company decided to issue this recall promptly to avoid injuries and keep children from being fatally wounded in crashes. As an attorney, I’m glad that the company has decided to ensure drivers and passengers are safe by issuing this recall to perform all repairs for free. Drivers who have dealt with lemon cars in the past should be aware of all recall announcements in order to identify any potential issues with their vehicles.

Staying on top of recall news may help you to avoid accidents, stay safe and keep loved ones safe.

If you believe you have been affected, you can read the full article to obtain more details on this recall: click here for the full story.

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