GM Safety Recall FAQs
At GR Chevrolet Buick GMC, our team is here to help you find the new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC vehicle better suited for taking on your daily Danville commute, weekend errands, and family vacations. Our team is also here to help with your ownership experience, starting with the safety recalls of your vehicle. We’ll help you understand what they mean and the steps to take. Feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.
What’s a Recall?
This is when a specific model of the manufacturer or NHTS has a safety issue. This issue can lead to an increased risk of injury or even death, which is why your vehicle should no longer be on Rocky Mount roads. If this happens, you will get notified with a safety recall notice from the manufacturer, which offers all the details of the safety issue. The manufacturer is required to cover the cost of repairing the vehicle, so when you bring your car to our Stanleytown dealership, you won’t have to worry about payment.
What is the NHTSA?
They are the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a federal authority that regulates vehicle safety and upholds vehicle safety standards. You can find helpful safety information on vehicles from different manufacturers, so you can rest assured that you know everything you should know about the car you’re driving.
How Can I Check if my Car Has a Safety Recall?
Recall information is on the NHTSA website under recalls, which you can search for any vehicle using the car’s Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) or the car’s year, make, and model. There’s also a GM recall page for GMC vehicles. If there’s a CARFAX® Vehicle History Report™, it will also have the information needed on safety recalls.
Can We Fix Open Safety Recalls?
GR Chevrolet Buick GMC is a certified GM dealer, so yes, we can! Schedule an appointment with our service center and bring your vehicle to our dealership today! Don’t hesitate to contact our service department if you have any questions or concerns.