Earlier on we informed you about a product recall recap for February 2011, but now we have information on how you can use a clever tool online to check whether toy products and the vehicle you drive have been recalled or not.
If you are worried about a particular car or toy recall, you’ll need to bookmark both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Consumer Product Safety Comission (CPSC) websites for full information.
If that doesnt help you, then we have two links which probably will. If you need to search for information on let’s say a Fisher Price recall for example, visit this link at the CPSC website. The information here asks you to either search for recalls in a particular month, or you can just search for a specific company and view all the relevant recalls that have occurred so far.
If we select the month February 2011, you’ll see that Jogging Strollers and Felt Bicycles have both been recalled for this month, while there’s also a listing for the IKEA crib recall, which we wrote an article on here.
If it is a particular vehicle recall you’re searching for in relation to February 2011, the same thing applies here. Head to this link at the NHTSA and you can search for the Model year of a vehicle, and then the brand of car you own. If you insert Toyota 2011 for example, you’ll be able to view a list of all the recent recalls that have occurred for Toyota 2011 models.
Let us know if you currently own a product which has been recalled this month. Alternatively, try the links above and see if they help you or not.
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