Braking Problem Causes McLaren Super Car Recalls
McLaren vehicles aren't found on the roadways quite as often as other brands like Chevy, Dodge, and Ford. However, there are some of these rides in Florida. Do you own one of them? If so, good for you. That means you bought a reliable machine that shouldn't leave you broke down on the side of the road. Plus, it probably has enough horses to burn past other cars on the streets. That doesn't mean you should put the pedal to the medal, though, as that could be dangerous.
For instance, while flying down the freeway, you might fail to slow down when the traffic stops. Then, your vehicle may plow into others, causing a multi-car pileup. Going above the posted speed limit could cause you to lose control, spin out, and strike a car in another lane. The ways in which a disaster might strike can go on and on, but what if something happens and you don't do anything wrong?
Contact A Personal Injury Lawyer To See If Your Claim Has Legs To Stand On
If such an issue occurs, you could wreck your McLaren from no fault of your own and get injured. Not to mention, passengers and people in other cars may get seriously hurt too. Normally, you might be held liable for the injuries and damages. But, if it can be proven that manufacturer neglect occurred, you might have the grounds to file a lawsuit against the responsible party. So, if recovering compensation and holding the company accountable for its negligence sounds like something you'd like to pursue, please, don't hesitate to contact our office.
Schedule a free case evaluation with a personal injury lawyer to get the down low and see if you have a legitimate claim. When everything looks good and you choose to use our services, the team will build and prepare the case for trial. The matter may not make it in front of a judge and jury, though. Many times, these claims are settled out of court. Now, let's look at a particular issue that has come to our attention and one that might cause you to wreck.
These Vehicles May Pull To The Side When Braking
According to Consumer Affairs, there are potentially 19 McLaren vehicles with brake assembly banjo bolts that could be missing holes. Why is this an issue? Because those openings are responsible for supplying brake fluid to the caliper, and if they don't, the brakes on one corner of these cars might fail. And what happens then, exactly? Well, if your auto is affected, the vehicle could pull hard to one side when you press the brake pedal. That, of course, can increase the risk of a crash. The models in question are:
• 2020 570S & GT
• 2019-2020 720S
• 2019 600LT
Should your car happen to pull to the side suddenly upon braking, it could strike an object like a concrete barrier, a car, pedestrian, motorcyclist, or something else. You probably don't want any of those things to happen because they can leave you or others seriously hurt. However, you might not have a choice in the matter because of this braking issue. Make sure recovery and property damage costs don't fall squarely on your shoulders by giving us a call today. We'll fight for the compensation you deserve.