BMW Group Recalls Mini, BMW, And Rolls-Royce Cars

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BMW, Rolls-Royce, and Mini vehicles are in danger of experiencing rear seat belt issues, news reports claim.

According to the reports, the BMW Group recalled over 15,000 vehicles. The units come with rear seat belts that are faulty and that may not retract correctly. In this case, the automaker said, the vehicles could expose occupants to injuries in the event of an accident.

Impacted cars include the 2016 BMW 5-Series, 2016 and 2017 BMW X1, 2016 and 2017 Mini Cooper and Cooper S, and the 2017 Rolls-Royce Ghost.

BMW learned of this issue in 2016 when the company launched the first recall. Now, BMW says that the faulty parts come from a third-party supplier. The firm is yet unsure of how it will go about fixing the issue.

The company did not offer any further information on when it will be contacting owners. However, if you are worried for your safety and the safety of your loved ones, you should not wait to contact BMW, Mini, or Rolls-Royce for more information.

Do Not Ignore Injury-Related Recalls

As personal injury attorneys we know just how dangerous equipment failures are. And it is precisely because of this awareness that we urge you to pay attention to recalls.

While the firm did not report any injuries or accidents associated with this particular campaign, it’s important to stay on top of it.

If you have one of the recalled vehicles and you worry you could put a passenger in danger in the event of an accident because of this problem, don’t hesitate. Immediately contact the  manufacturer to clarify whether you can take certain precautions to avoid injuries.

Remember that being a responsible driver means keeping an eye out for potential mechanical and equipment issues. And if you or a loved one experiences an accident involving one of the recalled vehicles, speak up.

You may click here to learn more about this recall.

 

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