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Although it looks like complaint data was handled improperly regarding GM’s ignition switch recall, no employees have been fired or disciplined at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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.
General Motors is apologizing to the families of victims of fatal crashes linked to the ignition switch recall who received recall notices for the crashed vehicles.
The number of crashes acknowledged by GM to be related to faulty ignition switches now sits at 47.
General Motors has agreed to pay a fine of $35 million to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for delaying a recall of 2.6 million vehicles
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.
The highly controverisal recall campaign that put General Motors in an unpleasant spotlight begins this week.
General Motors is being investigated from all sides after a delayed recall of about 1.6 million vehicles, and the company is trying to explain exactly what went wrong.