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Dodge Durango Rollaway Risk and Other Dodge Problems
A recent recall warned Dodge Durango owners that defective ABS modules in some recent year models may allow the SUV to start and roll away without warning.
Can’t Get the Parts for Your Vehicle Repair? You May Be Protected By Lemon Laws.
The auto industry was one of the first to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020. Even before the first cases were announced in the U.S., mandated closures and travel restrictions in other countries disrupted the supply chain of U.S. automakers. According to U.S. Department of Commerce statistics, imported auto parts totaled $155.8 billion in 2019, with the biggest suppliers to the U.S. auto industry being Mexico, Canada, and China. Virtually every automaker was affected.
Common Hybrid Defects
Hybrid vehicles continue to gain in popularity in the U.S. due to their fuel efficiency and benefits to the environment. Generally, hybrids rely on a combination of an internal combustion engine and a battery electric drive system. The electric motor powers the car at low speeds, drawing on the battery for power, in addition to supplementing the internal combustion engine when extra acceleration is required. Although these vehicles increase fuel economy and reduce emissions, hybrids have also experienced numerous defects since they were first introduced to the market.
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