Imagine you’re driving the speed limit on a busy highway when your car’s power is suddenly cut. You fight to stay in your lane as the road bends right. You are unable to apply the brakes. You cross the centre line of the highway barely avoiding a head-on collision with an oncoming car.
Now imagine the car company knew about the problem for over a decade – and could have fixed it for a mere $10.
This has happened and has led to a massive car recall by General Motors. The U.S. car giant is recalling 2.6 million vehicles with faulty ignition switches that can turn off mid-drive. When switched off, power steering and braking is limited and the airbag is disengaged. READ FULL ARTICLE +