Honda Recalls

Problems Caused by Ignoring Honda Recall Repair

The most common type is a safety recall. A safety defect is defined as a problem that exists in a vehicles or item of the vehicles equipment that both poses a risk to motor vehicle safety and may exist in a group of vehicles of the same design or manufacturer, or items of equipment of the same type of manufacture, such as an airbag recall. When any type of vehicle recall happens, federal regulations and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requires automakers inform their customers by mail. Ignoring any sort of vehicle recall can put yourself and others on the road at risk. If you are worried that your vehicle might be recalled, check your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). 

Recall Service in DeLand Sanford Daytona Beach FL at Coggin DeLand Honda

While all auto manufacturers do their best to ensure the cars the cars they build are up to the highest standards as possible, sometimes unforeseen circumstances result in a vehicle recall. When you receive a notice of a Honda recall in the mail, don't just trust anyone with your Honda recall service. When you receive notice of a recall, contact us to make the appointment for the repair and you didn't have to buy your Honda from Coggin DeLand Honda for us to perform your recall. Come stop by Coggin DeLand Honda today and let us perform your recall service for free. Don't wait another minute to schedule an appointment with our service center!

Honda Civic, Accord, CR-V, Odyssey Recall Repair

Whether you are driving a Honda Civic, Accord, CR-V, Odyssey or any other Honda vehicle, it may have a recall down the line. That is why it is important to choose your neighborhood Honda dealer for all your recall needs. Check out our service coupons and schedule an appointment with us today! Our state-of-the-art service facility will keep you comfortable while you wait for our quick repairs.

 

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