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NHTSA Probes Ford Bronco Sport 12V Battery Issue

The National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) has launched an investigation into the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport following reports of a potential 12V battery issue. Owners have complained about a loss of engine power accompanied by a complete electric system failure. Find out the details of this investigation, the reported problems, and if Ford has more

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How Long Do Modern Cars Last?

Have you ever wondered how long your car will last? It’s a common question among car owners and potential buyers. Here, we’ll explain the factors that determine a car’s lifespan, the vehicles that tend to last the longest, and what you can do to maximize the longevity of your car. We’ll also discuss how more

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Can You Take a Car Under Warranty to Any Dealership?

If you’ve recently purchased a new car, you may wonder whether you have to take it to the dealership for service and maintenance to keep your warranty valid. Unfortunately, the answer isn’t as straightforward as a simple “yes” or “no.” Our California lemon lawyers explain below.   Do You Need to Have Warranty Service more

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Tesla Steering Rack Complaints Investigated by the NHTSA

Tesla is currently under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) due to reported steering rack issues in their Model 3 and Model Y vehicles. The investigation was initiated following numerous complaints from Tesla owners who experienced a loss of steering control or power steering while driving. The NHTSA has upgraded the more

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Chevrolet Volt BECM Failures: What Owners Need to Know

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) has opened an investigation into 73,000 Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid cars due to reports of abrupt power loss, restart failures, and other issues. These problems are believed to be related to the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM). Learn more about your rights as a Chevy Volt owner more

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GM 6L90 Transmission Investigation: What You Need to Know

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is investigating transmission failures in Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans. This investigation comes after five reports of failures, raising concerns about the safety of these vehicles; here’s what you need to know.   The Affected Vehicles The NHTSA is focusing on the 6L90 transmission used in more

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Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis EV Charge Port Defects Cause Lawsuit

Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis are facing a class action lawsuit filed by owners of their electric vehicles (EVs). The lawsuit alleges a charging port defect causes overheating during charging sessions, resulting in prolonged charge times or complete charging failures. Learn more about the case below!   Hyundai-Kia-Genesis Class Action Lawsuit Filed in California The more

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How Much Does It Cost to Charge an Electric Car?

Electric vehicles (EVs) have gained significant popularity in recent years due to their environmental benefits and potential cost savings. A common question people have when considering EVs is how much it costs to charge them. However, the answer to this depends on a few factors. Here’s what you should know.   How Much Does more

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GMC Acadia Shifter Lawsuit: What You Need to Know

When you own a car, you expect it to function smoothly and efficiently. Unfortunately, many GMC Acadia owners have been plagued by a “Shift to Park” defect that prevents the car from shutting off even when shifted into park. This issue has resulted in a class action lawsuit against General Motors, alleging that the more

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Subaru Owners Sue Over Defective Infotainment System

Subaru owners of 2019-2023 models are involved in a class action lawsuit over alleged defects in the Starlink infotainment system. The lawsuit claims that the infotainment system malfunctions, causing the head units to freeze and become unresponsive, resulting in drivers losing access to essential features. Learn more about the lawsuit’s details, the affected Subaru models, more

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Average Age of Vehicles on Us Roads Hits Record High

The average age of vehicles on US roads has reached a new milestone, with cars and light-duty trucks staying in service for an average of 12.5 years. This is an increase of three months compared to the previous year, according to data from S&P Global Mobility. The trend of older vehicles on the road more

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