While recalls don’t expire, they do have a limited shelf-life if you want a guaranteed no-cost fix.
I Paid for Repairs Before the Recall Happened, Can I Get Reimbursed?
The answer, like many things in life – it depends.
The process isn’t always simple and often requires a good paper trail on your end. That’s why it’s important to save or scan all documents related to car repairs.
“According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, automakers are required to reimburse you based on either the date the government opens an engineering analysis of the problem, or one year prior to the manufacturer’s notification of a defect to the government, whichever comes first.”
Recalls in the News
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