NHTSA Issues RV Recalls

Jan 07, 2020 Randy Lancaster Comments Disabled
NHTSA Issues RV Recalls

Recent RV Recalls

In October 2019, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA has recently recalled 10,446 RVs with potentially serious electrical issues. Some 2018 and 2019 Starcraft models of Launch Outfitter and Mossy Oak are affected by this recall. The cause is an unprotected circuit due to faulty wiring. If left unprotected, it could spark a fire that could rush through the vehicle's interior.

Why a Recall?

Whether it's the manufacturing process or faulty parts, when a vehicle has any problems that result in a recall, the manufacturer is the reason why. Purchasing an RV is like a cross between buying a vehicle and a home. Unlike a regular car, a motorhome has more features that will ultimately need maintenance.

Why RVs Are Still Safe

A recall has been issued for every vehicle worldwide, and despite this, rest assured, RV vehicles are safe and reliable. As manufacturers invest in more automotive technologies, their motor homes, trailers, and campervans will only get safer. Visit our website to check out our extensive selection of reliable RVs. Our models are new and equipped with the latest safety features for your next long-distance trip or family outing.