The Broken Recall System

The current recall system was established in the 1970s, and has only been subject to minor tweaks over the last 40 years. As a result, the regulations currently only require snail mail notification to consumers. This notice typically comes in the form of a small, inconspicuous card, and is all-too-often mistaken for junk mail. During […]

Tell Congress to Reform the Recall System

By The Families for Safer Recalls Now is the time for Congress to make meaningful, bipartisan reforms to the broken and outdated automotive recall system. Over the past several years, consumers have suffered needless injuries and deaths as a result of defects like those seen in the Takata and GM ignition recalls. These injuries and […]