How Fast Should I Bring My Vehicle in for a Recall?

Hearing the word "recall" puts fear into the hearts of most drivers. Although you must pay attention to a recall notice, you don't have to panic by no means. A recall simply means that the manufacturer of your vehicle realizes that a part of parts may pose a safety hazard and should be replaced at your earliest convenience.

The repairs done when involved in a recall are generally performed free of charge to you, the owner. This is because the manufacturer is liable for any injuries that could result from the defective part.

Many drivers wonder if they need to bring their vehicle in immediately. The answer is generally, no. Call our service department and schedule your appointment to satisfy the recall notice at your earliest convenience. Our service department staff will be more than happy to advise you about any hazards connected with the recalled parts.



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