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The American Academy of Pediatrics has previously warned against inclined sleepers and sleepers that require securing restraints.
Ford SA is recalling vehicles fitted with manual gearboxes that could be at risk of a 'clutch pressure plate fracture, with a risk of fire'. Models affected include the Focus and Kuga...
'It’s true that a recall can affect resale values – but only if this is an isolated incident linked to one manufacturer,' says AutoTrader CEO George Mienie following Toyota SA's recall.
Ford South Africa has issued a recall, this time affecting 15 600 entry-level Figo and Ikon models, due to a potential fire-risk.
Mazda is recalling thousands of older sports cars to fix possible fuel line leaks and problems with the front suspension.
South Korea has ordered Hyundai and Kia to recall 240 000 vehicles over five types of defects initially raised by a whistleblower.
'All vehicles are occasionally susceptible to issues in the design and manufacturing process,' says Jeff Nemeth, president and CEO of Ford SA, as he speaks on the Kuga-fire saga and huge safety recall affecting its SUVs.
'If Ford knew of its Kuga issue, its inaction is perverse corporate negligence. Or worse: willful ignorance,' writes Wheels24 columnist Lance Branquinho.
Volkswagen has suffered a setback in its efforts to emerge from the emissions-cheating scandal as California regulators rejected a proposed recall of 85 000 diesel cars.
Takata is facing criminal charges in Japan after another person fell victim to the company's faulty airbag inflators.
Bill Marler has cut certain foods out of his diet after more than two decades as a foodborne-illness attorney. Here's what he won't eat.
Ford is recalling nearly 1.4 million midsize cars in the US as the steering wheel can detach from the steering column and drivers could lose control.
Honda announced a recall of 1.2 million cars, following four engine compartment fires linked to faulty battery sensors.
Hyundai is recalling almost 600 000 vehicles in the US to fix hood latch and parking brake light problems.
Hawaii is suing auto manufacturers Ford, Nissan and Toyota over airbags, produced by Takata, that can spew shrapnel when deployed.
Ford is recalling 31 867 vehicles because airbags may not inflate properly. The maker of the defective airbags? Embattled supplier Takata...
Fords on fire, exploding airbags, cheating emissions tests... The motoring industry has seen its fair share of controversy. Here are 10 major scandals to hit the auto industry!
The German government announced the start of a voluntary recall of 630 000 vehicles to fix emissions irregularities uncovered in the wake of Volkswagen's 'dieselgate' scandal.
Toyota Motor is recalling about 3.4 million cars to repair separate flaws involving leaky fuel tanks and curtain air bags that may crack and injure occupants.
Honda will recall an additional 20 million Takata-made airbags globally in a widening scandal that has led to the biggest auto recall in US history.
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