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Chevy Recalls Camaros for Peeling Warning Label

This may be the silliest automaker recall ever.

USA Today reports that Chevrolet is recalling its 2013 and 2014 Camaros because the air bag warning label located on the sun visor may be peeling off. In a letter to NHTSA, Chevy states that it will either replace the label or, in some cases, may replace the whole visor. If the sticker is still sticking, owners can send a note to opt out of the recall. In its “Kicking Tires” blog Cars published a brief explanation of the recall and instructed owners to call GM and the NHTSA for more information.

From the American Association for Justice news release.

Bob Kraft

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