What Should Someone Do If Their GM Car Was Recalled In 2014?

If your GM car has been recalled in 2014, you need to contact your local General Motors dealership – whoever manufactures your vehicle – and schedule an appointment to have your vehicle safety issue repaired. And once that’s been scheduled, the dealership will tell you how long that will take and what steps you need to do to get that completed.

At this point, General Motors has issued a recall on approximately 2.6 million vehicles that relate to the ignition switch issue, where the ignition switch has been known to shut off while cars are in motion, which will disable its power steering, its airbags. At this point there are known to be approximately 13 deaths related to this particular safety issue.