Thursday, November 26, 2009

Toyota Tundra Trucks Recalled Due to Excessive Rusting

Toyota has announced its recalls on some 110,000 2002-2003 models of Tundra trucks after reports that road salt caused excessive corrosion that can cause the spare tie underneath it to fall off and endanger other motorists.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warned the public and asked them to remove the spare tire to prevent accidents.

Vehicle manufacturers should be cautious in maintaining the good quality of their products to avoid any bad image that could reflect in the company’s income.

Moreover, under product liability, they will be held accountable for any car accident that may result from their negligence in manufacturing vehicles and so they should conduct tests to prove their product’s good quality.