The number of people who will be compensated by General Motors because of faulty ignition switches in small cars is still climbing. Continue Reading...
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General Motors is offering a free repair to any vehicle owner having issues removing their key from the ignition. Continue Reading...
General Motors now has enough ignition switches to repair all of the affected, recalled vehicles. Continue Reading...
The GM ignition switch claims program has now approved 36 death claims. Continue Reading...
The number of deaths linked to GM‘s ignition-switch recall continues to rise. Continue Reading...
The GM compensation fund has approved more death claims related to the ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...
The death toll surrounding the defective ignition switches in 2.6 million General Motors vehilces continues to rise. Continue Reading...
General Motors is getting ready to pay millions to the families of victims from its ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...
The death toll as a result of faulty ignition switches in General Motors vehicles has officially climbed to 21. Continue Reading...
The number of deaths related to General Motors’ massive ignition switch recall could be on the rise. Continue Reading...
Nearly 1.9-million GM vehicle owners will be receiving a letter from the American automaker’s CEO. Continue Reading...
Could General Motors have avoided a massive recall by listening to its customers 17 years ago? Continue Reading...
GM is hoping incentives and bonuses will inspire its dealerships to speed up the repair of cars recalled for faulty ignition switches. Continue Reading...
General Motors has only repaired a small fraction of the 2.59-million vehicles that are part of the massive ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...
General Motors is recalling another bevy of vehicles, totaling 3.2 million, because the key can inadvertently slip out of the ‘run’ position. Continue Reading...
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is looking to avoid another embarrassment when she takes the stand next week to testify before Congress. Continue Reading...
General Motors released the results of an internal investigation into its recall practices yesterday shortly after ending a press conference where reporters were told to refer to the yet-unreleased report. This is why. Continue Reading...
Results from an internal investigation looking into the untimely ignition switch recall at GM have been released, finding that incompetence and misdiagnosis, not a conspiracy, were the root causes. Continue Reading...
The results from an internal investigation looking into the untimely recall of General Motors vehicles with faulty ignition switches will be released Thursday according to the company. Continue Reading...
Experts believe it is likely the number of deaths related to the GM ignition switch recall is more than 13. Continue Reading...
It appears that General Motors has a rough road ahead of itself as a result of the massive ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...
General Motors is taking no chances these days with safety after the ignition switch switch debacle and has announced a new set of recalls that affects 2.7 million vehicles. Continue Reading...
In the wake of its 2.6-million vehicle ignition switch recall, GM conducted testing on the affected cars and is ensuring customers that they are safe to drive, with a caveat. Continue Reading...
Parts are on the way to repair the roughly 2.6 million vehicles affected by GM’s ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...