Time to Check for Vehicle Recalls

Daylight Saving is a great reminder to check some items off your to-do list. Weather it is to change the batteries in the smoke detector, schedule your yearly checkup, or catch up on sleep, it’s important to add checking your car’s recalls to the list.

According to the NHTSA “In 2018, there were over 900 recalls affecting over 33.5 million vehicles in the United States. Every vehicle recall is serious. Yet only about 75% of vehicles recalled in a given year are ever fixed.”

It’s important to make sure you and your passengers are safe. To help, check your car’s recalls! To find out about your car’s recalls visit NHTSA.gov/Recalls and enter your vehicle’s 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN).

T3 Tech-Tip –If you are parking your vehicle at the airport, put the T3 in Master Mode and then when you return, put back into Auto Mode .  T3 will notify you if the vehicle is moved more than 2-3 blocks even if it is “hot wired”, taken by use of a duplicate key, or is towed.

Source – https://www.nhtsa.gov/fall-back-safety-mind