Ford Truck Recall


Another new vehicle recall has been announced by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – tires on big Ford trucks.

The recall affects almost 400,000 2008 and 2009 Ford F-250 and F-350 trucks with Continental brand tires. According to NHTSA, “Some of these tires may experience uneven wear, vibration, or particularly under conditions of overloading or under inflation in high ambient temperature usage, separation between the belt edges.” This type of wear can lead to separation of the tires and, in turn, lead to a crash.

Continental Tire will replace the affected tires on the Ford trucks for free. For further information on the particular tires, call them at 888-799-2168.

If you have been involved in an accident and believe it was due to the tires on your Ford truck, contact an experienced San Bernardino Personal Injury attorney who can investigate the case for you and determine if you are entitled to compensation for any injuries or damages incurred.

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