If you’re like most people, you probably don’t think about recalls too often. After all, who wants to think that their car might be unsafe? However, it’s important to be aware of the possibility of a recall and what to do if your vehicle is affected. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the ways it may be possible to confirm whether your vehicle has any recalls.

Check Your Local Dealer Or Manufacturer

First, you may want to contact your local dealership or manufacturer. Most carmakers provide recall information on their websites and through customer service lines. They may also have additional resources that can help you determine if your vehicle is affected by a recall. Make sure to have your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) available when you call so they can quickly answer any questions you might have.


Another way to confirm the existence of a recall is to check out the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website. This site provides detailed information about recalls for specific makes and models of vehicles. You will find helpful documents such as press releases from manufacturers and other resources related to recalls. It’s important to note that this page is often updated with new data so be sure to check it regularly.

Check The DMV

You can also contact your state’s department of motor vehicles (DMV) for more information about recalls. The DMV may have additional resources that can help you determine if your vehicle has any recalls and what steps to take if it does.

Keep An Eye Out When Checking The Mail

Finally, you should always be aware of any notifications from manufacturers or dealerships in the mail. These notices are often sent when a recall has been issued, so make sure to read through them carefully and follow all instructions provided. If you’re not sure what to do, call the manufacturer or dealership listed on the notice for clarification or assistance.

We Can Help If You’ve Been Hurt

If you’ve been injured in an accident as a result of a recall or for any other reason, you may be owed compensation to help cover your losses. Don’t hesitate to reach out right away to learn more about how we can help.

We offer free consultations, and we know how to assist you. Contact our office right away to discuss the details of your case by calling (404) 529-9371 or filling out the online contact form.