Toyota Motor North America has issued a recall for nearly 187,000 units of 2009 Camry and Venza vehicles, according to several news agencies.
The company has disclosed in a recent open recall notice that during the assembly of these recalled vehicles, grease could have come in contact with the surface of the lamp switch, which could probably lead to a contact resistance.
Toyota is now working to notify all vehicle owners affected by this recall before any accidents associated with these vehicles are reported.
Dealers will replace all lamp switches for free as soon as recalled vehicle owners contact them to schedule a visit. As an Everett personal injury lawyer, I believe this is a very important recall alert since it deals with vehicles that could put your life and the lives of your loved ones in danger.
Whenever you or a loved one is injured in an accident that was caused by the negligence and oversight of a third party, you may want to reach an injury attorney near you to estimate your possible personal injury case.
An official report released recently by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has demonstrated that all 2010 and 2011 Prodigy and Quest School Buses are being recalled.
The federal agency has claimed that these vehicles could pose a serious injury risk to passengers due to a problem with the vehicles’ seats. The news agencies covering recall alerts confirmed that the faulty seats in these recalled buses fail to comply with the requirements of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and because of that, all units should be refrained from being used.
The company Starcraft Bus decided to contact all school bus owners to personally let them know they should schedule a visit to an authorized dealership to have a reinforcement kit installed in the recalled units as soon as possible.
As a Bellingham personal injury lawyer, I hope this recall is successful. No child should suffer injuries as a result of an accident that occurred because of a manufacturer’s negligence. I’m glad this company was able to recognize the issue with their buses before any accidents were reported.