Does your vehicle have outstanding recalls? Click the brand logo of your vehicle to enter your 17 Digit VIN (serial number).
We have to remember that our vehicles are machines and that machines can break down when you least expect it. It is so important to keep up to date if you get a recall notice or find out that your vehicle has a recall on it. Unfortunately, if you are the third or forth owner of a vehicle, recall notices may go to a previous owner. So, especially if you are buying a used vehicle, it is important to check periodically to see if your vehicle has any recall notices issued.
Why is it so important?
Mainly, it can be a safety risk. If the recall applies to a major part of your vehicle, like breaks or steering, it can cause major problems if the part breaks down while you are on the road. Don't leave it up to the vehicle manufacturers to make sure you and your family are safe. Check a couple of times a year to see if there have been any recalls issued for your vehicle. All you need is your 17 digit VIN number.
Can't find your vehicle type listed here?
Check out the Transport Canada database at http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/Saf-Sec-Sur/7/VRDB-BDRV/search-recherche/menu.aspx?lang=eng&WT.mc_id=iwazx