November 7

Honda Adds to the Air Bag Recall

Car accident injuries are supposed to be reduced by air bags. However, according to ABC Action News, Honda has now added to the millions of vehicles being recalled because of air bag problems – problems so severe that the air bag can shoot pieces of metal into the passenger compartment. The culprit may not be.

October 20

If You Own a Toyota in Florida, Check for Recall of Airbags

Driving in Florida already puts you at risk for being involved in a car accident. However, being involved in an automobile in a particular vehicle now could put you or your loved ones at greater risk. This is because if your Toyota is exposed to consistently high humidity (what car isn’t in Florida), there is.

June 18

Has Your Car Been Recalled?

Car accidents can be caused by many things – including defective cars. This week, we found out that there are more defective cars on the road when General Motors announced a recall of another 3.36 million vehicles worldwide –making the total number of cars recalled by General Motors to move than 20 million this year..

March 26

Has Your Nissan or Infiniti Been Recalled?

In a car accident, air bags can play a role in reducing serious injuries. Unfortunately, a million of Nissan vehicles may have faulty air bags. Thus, according to, Nissan is recalling 1 million vehicles because the air bag system software might not be able to tell whether a person is sitting in the front.

March 13

Check Your Child’s Car Seat Before a Car Accident

A car accident can cause serious injury to children if they are not properly restrained. Unfortunately, over 400,000 more child seats have been added to last month’s recall of 3.8 million car seats by Graco Chidlren Products. However, some say even more child are at risk of injury from car accidents and their seats must.

January 10

Getting Alerts About Recalls Right to Your Phone

Has something on your car been recalled? How about your daughter’s or son’s car? There is a way to get answers straight from your cell phone. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) allows you to sign up to get email recall alerts for your and your family member’s vehicles. Click here to subscribe for.