Multiple news agencies have been reporting that Rolls-Royce vehicles are being recalled over fire risks.
According to the multiple news agencies covering this recall, all 2010 and 2011 Ghost vehicles were manufactured with faulty turbocharged engines that may experience a problem with the electric auxiliary water pump. The official release issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows that this malfunctioning part could overheat and cause the engine to run the risk of catching on fire.
Although no reports of injuries or accidents have surfaced in the recent past, the federal agency has urged Rolls-Royce vehicle owners to check their cars for the recalled models immediately. If this problem affects one of your vehicles, you might want to contact the manufacturer to have a visit to an authorized dealer scheduled promptly.
Since the 2010 and 2011 Ghost vehicles could pose a fire hazard to drivers and passengers, the company has decided to contact all recalled vehicle owners promptly about this alert.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer, I hold the safety of motorists in Washington as my number one priority. I sincerely hope that nobody is injured in an accident caused by these recalled vehicles in the near future. I encourage all recalled vehicle owners to act fast and have their cars fixed promptly. Ensure the safety of your loved ones by always staying on top of all recall news.
Keep it in mind that if you or a loved one is ever injured through the use of a recalled vehicle, a personal injury lawyer could assess your case quickly.