With a fresh batch of auto safety recalls coming seemingly every day, how is a vehicle owner supposed to keep track of it all?
Well, yes, there's an app for that.
It's called SaferCar, and it was created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The free smartphone app allows you to search any auto by year, manufacturer and model and instantly display and describe the government-announced recalls on that vehicle.
The app also has a searchable database of vehicles that have received 5-star safety ratings, a function that allows you to find a local certified technician to correctly install a child safety seat, and a list of recent headlines about safety recalls.
Another unique feature allows you to file an online safety complaint about your vehicle in three easy steps by providing the Vehicle Identification Number, a list of failed auto parts and whether there's been resulting injuries, and your contact information.
Ross Feller Casey, a Philadelphia personal injury law firm with a national reputation, handles a wide array of catastrophic auto cases, including those involving safety recalls.
If you have been injured as a result of a recalled vehicle, you should contact one of Ross Feller Casey's experienced auto injury lawyers as soon as possible. We offer a free case evaluation, and the firm handles all cases on a contingency basis, meaning there will never be a charge to you unless a financial recovery is made in the case.