The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced a recall for certain motor homes manufactured by Forest River, Inc. According to reports, drivers may be able to remove the key from the ignition while the vehicle is still running, which violates the “Theft Protection” rule required by Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 114 and could cause the vehicle to roll away after the driver has left the unit. This recall affects 2013 Concord, Forester, Freelander, Leprechaun, Lexington, and Sunseeker class B and class C models. NHTSA does not know how many total vehicles will be affected by the recall. These vehicles are built on Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana chassis. General Motors are handling the recall for Forest River and will be replacing the ignition lock cylinder and the keys without charge starting sometime in February. Owners can contact GM at (866) 996-9463 and Chevrolet at (800) 630-2438, or Forest River at (574) 389-4600. If you are experiencing continued defects with your RV, contact Los Angeles RV lemon law attorney Howard D. Silver at (866) 49-LEMON to find out how you can get your money back a new replacement motor home.
Forest River RVs Recalled for Rollaway Risk
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