The AA’s Business Services’ research shows that drivers want technicians to visit them in case of a recall, and have called for swift action to do so.
The Vehicle Remarking Association (VRA) is warning that outstanding manufacturer recalls in the used car market could attract the interest of Trading Standards.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is recalling 44,000 cars in the UK after regulators found 10 models were emitting more CO2 than they had been certified to emit.
The RAC has given its backing to aligning the MOT with vehicle safety recalls so that if there is an outstanding issue with a car or van it could fail the test.
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will now give manufacturers a 10-day deadline before it legally forces them to recall vehicles or face prosecution.
The SMMT, together with the DVSA, is calling on UK fleet operators to join the millions of consumers who have checked if their vehicles have an outstanding safety recall.
Daimler AG is set to recall a million Mercedes-Benz vehicles worldwide after 51 fires were reported in newer model cars.
Vauxhall has issued a detailed and strongly-worded response to recent claims in The Sun newspaper that the Corsa D/E was at risk of catching fire.
The pressure on Vauxhall to recall almost one million Corsa D and E models, due to risk of fire, is heating up following an investigation by The Sun newspaper this week.
Vauxhall is calling for better access to data on vehicle fires, following new reports of Corsa fires and previous issues with Zafira models.
Toyota and Lexus are set to recall 72,885 Prius, Auris and CT200h models in the UK.
Vauxhall is to begin a second recall programme for its Zafira B model following a series of fires.
Volvo is to recall 7,000 cars in the UK powered by five-cylinder diesels after a software glitch was discovered that could mean the engine cuts out.
The UK automotive sector, led by SMMT and Motor Codes, has launched a new website to enable motorists to identify if their vehicle is on a safety recall list.
Toyota and Nissan are to recall 6.5 million cars globally due to an airbag safety issue.
Recalls of vehicles posing a serious safety risk are at their highest since 2010, according to analysis by international law firm Pinsent Masons.
Suzuki has announced it is working on a replacement part design for the brake system on its new Celerio city car, after the car had to be recalled last week.
Mercedes-Benz has recalled more than 8,000 UK-based C-Class models due to a steering fault.
Vauxhall is warning drivers of Adam and Corsa/Corsavan models, registered since May 2014, not to drive before getting their vehicle inspected.
Kia is recalling 5,787 Sportage and 1,432 Soul models in the UK to check a possible fault with the vehicle’s seat-belt pre-tensioner.
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