Volvo Pays $1.5 Million Fine Because of Delay in Issuing Recalls
Volvo Cars North America has been fined $1.5 million by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The NHTSA reported that Volvo failed to make safety recalls in the allotted timeframe of five days six times in 2010. The recalls were due to a number of issues ranging from faulty airbags to potentially defective batteries. The fine will go straight to the U.S. Treasury General Fund.
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