It's bad enough to have problems with your car that requiring you to go to a mechanic. But it's much worse when the work done to repair the problem causes even more problems. That's the situation apparently facing owners of recalled Kia and Hyundai vehicles.
Regular readers of our Lemon Law and Car Fraud Blog know that September saw a number of large-scale recalls in the auto industry.
A used car dealer manager was recently arrested for tampering with a vehicle's odometer. In this case, the 37-year-old manager sold a 2013 Chevrolet Cargo Van, claiming that it had 159,000 miles on it. In reality, the van had more than 303,000 miles - a fact hidden from the vehicle's buyer.
Ford's struggles with recalls is continuing. Earlier this year, the U.S. auto giant issued recalls for 4.2 million vehicles - second only behind Fiat Chrysler, which has recalled a jaw-dropping 7.7 million vehicles, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported.