House Releases Documents Showing Slow GM Response On Recall
The documents detail the extent of General Motors's knowledge of defective ignition switches in several car models.By Jake Godin | April 12, 2014
New documents concerning General Motors's knowledge of faulty ignition switches in their cars have been released and things aren't looking so hot for the car manufacturer.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce released 250,000 pages of documents that detail the extent to which GM knew about the faulty switches, a defect that has been linked to 13 deaths and sparked GM's recall on several vehicles January 31.
The problem with the ignition switches? Too many keys could cause your car to shut off.