Fans of General Motors may need to double check their cars before they hit the road, as GM recently issued two recall orders on some of their vehicles due to problematic ignition switches. GM’s supplier of auto parts, Delphi Automotive, is tasked to provide the replacement switches, although it is unknown if they will also compensate owners. According to the Wall Street Journal, the switch problem seems to be isolated in GM’s older vehicle models.
While this issue may seem like a problem only for GM customers, every vehicle owner should also take this as an opportunity to visit a reputable DC auto repair center like Capitol Hill Exxon for an inspection. After all, ignition problems are always a serious matter as they can lead to traffic accidents or worse.