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Has General Motors done enough to inform people about the risks in the recent recalls of their cars?

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  • General Motors needs to more about sharing recall information

    General Motors has been plagued with recalls and they are letting consumers know, but they aren't doing enough. For the typical family who has mouths to feed and life to live, it's not always realistic that the car owners would be aware of the recalls by news stories or on the company's website. There needs to be another plan implimented so everyone knows the situation.

  • No, General Motors has not done enough to inform people about the risks in the recent recalls of their cars.

    No, General Motors has not done enough to inform people about the risks in the recent recalls of their cars. In my opinion, they should never have released the vehicles in the first place as they knew there were defects. Its about time that companies like this are punished severly to avoid situations like this from happening in the future.

  • Responsible Obligation Greater Than Legal Obligation

    General Motors has not done enough to inform people about the risks of vehicles that have had recalls. A note in the mail is the legal standard, and it is ultimately up to the vehicle owner to get the needed repairs done. However, GM hasn't made enough of an effort to make sure owners understand that recall repairs need to be done immediately and there are risks if it doesn't happen fast.

  • General Motors has not done enough to inform people about the risks in the recent recalls of their call.

    General Motors knew about the recall problem for awhile before they decided to let the public know about the possible problems with their cars and the recall on them. Because the public was not warned about the recall sooner, numerous people have lost their lives. General Motors did not do enough to inform the public about the risks of recalls in their cars.


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