How to Claim Your GMC Terrain Recalls
General Motors is currently declaring several for models that were manufactured with faulty tires. If you own a vehicle that has been affected, you are at risk of losing control and crashing your GMC Terrain, causing injury and significant damage.
If you've got a GMC Terrain, keep reading to see whether your vehicle has been recalled. It can take precious time to research whether your car has been recalled, but DoNotPay is here to help. The world's first virtual lawyer can check for recalls on your car while you're busy working or living your life.
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What Happened With the GMC Terrain Recalls?
Some 2021 and 2022 GMC Terrain models have been recalled because they have faulty tires. During the manufacturing process, some of the vehicles were equipped with Hankook tires that had an insufficient amount of a curative agent. When this occurs, the tire treads can separate, causing the vehicle to lose control and crash.
In order to know whether your vehicle has been affected by the , you'll have to go through a lengthy query process that involves contacting customer service and spending an unnecessary amount of time on the phone.
Which GMC Terrain Models Are Included in the Recall?
According to GMC Truck.com, the affected models include:
- 2021 GMC Terrain Vehicles with Hankook Tires
- 2022 GMC Terrain Vehicles with Hankook Tires
In both instances, Hankook tires were made without enough curing agents, causing the treads to separate. A dealer will need to check the vehicle's DOT numbers in order to tell whether your tires are faulty and need to be replaced.
Who Is Eligible to a GMC Terrain Recalls Claim?
Anyone who has purchased a 2021 or 2022 GMC Terrain vehicle is entitled to an inspection by the manufacturer. If your vehicle's tires are faulty, they are required to replace them at no cost to you.
What Are Consumers Entitled to as a Result of GMC Terrain Recalls?
If you are concerned that your vehicle may be a part of this recall, the process will not cost you a penny. The dealer will inspect your GMC Terrain to determine whether the vehicle's tires have been recalled, and if they need to be replaced, they will take care of it, free of charge.
How Do I Make a Claim for GMC Terrain Recalls?
If you've got a 2021 or 2022 GMC Terrain, your vehicle may be recalled. In order to find out, you'll have to follow these steps:
Call the automaker's customer service department at 1-800-462-8782 and wait to speak to a representative. Give the recall number to the representative. The number is N212343560. Go on to recite the NHTSA Campaign ID: 21V612000.
If your GMC Terrain is recalled, you'll need to schedule an appointment to have the tires inspected on your vehicle so they can be replaced if needed. In some cases, a vehicle's tires will be just fine, causing the owner to waste an afternoon at the repair shop.
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|Car Recall Monitor||When you purchase a vehicle, simply upload the make, model, and year to the website. DoNotPay will monitor the NHTSA database, and if a recall pops up, they'll send you a detailed report.|
|Car Recall Repair||Send your vehicle's make, model, and year along with the recall to DoNotPay. They'll take care of contacting the dealership and scheduling an appointment at a time that's convenient for you.|
How DoNotPay Will Take Care of Your GMC Terrain Recall
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If you own a vehicle, whether it's used or new, it's crucial to check for recalls. Driving a recalled vehicle can lead to accidents and fatalities.
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