A couple of recent automobile-related recalls may impact drivers in Texas. The defective products being recalled include thousands of both Mazda cars and Nissan cars. The problem with these cars is that their Takata airbags may explode.
A couple of items designed for children to enjoy were recently recalled due to defects in them. The first recall of defective products, which may impact Texas consumers, involves crayons. The second one covers toy cars.
A couple of recent product recalls may impact consumers in Texas. Some of the defective products being recalled are riding mowers from the company Briggs & Stratton. The other products being recalled are baby pacifiers.
The owners of vehicles in Texas may be affected by a couple of recent product recalls. One of these recalls of defective products involves Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The other recall has to do with folding bikes.
Consumers with children in the tween age group in Texas may be affected by a recent product recall involving Claire's jewelry. The accessory company recently decided to pull products from its store locations after these products were found to have asbestos in them. Dangerous or defective products such as these can unfortunately lead to major health issues.
A few recent product recalls may impact some Texas consumers. These recalls of defective products include a child's toilet step stool, of which 2,400 have been recalled. Another recall involves 3,400 ceiling fans.
The recent recalls of multiple products may impact consumers in Texas. These products include millions of fire extinguishers. Stake lights are also among the many defective products being recalled.
Consumers in Texas may be impacted by a recent Toys R Us toy recall. The store has decided to recall about 30,000 wiggle balls, which also go by the name of giggle balls. These defective products are being recalled because they may cause infants to choke.
Consumers in Texas may be impacted by several recent recalls, with a couple of them involving objects that pose a choking hazard. One of these recalled items is a toy, whereas the other one is children's clothing. The Consumer Product Safety Commission listed these defective products in the month of August.
When a Texas consumer purchases an item in a store or online, he or she rightfully expects it to work as advertised. Especially where toys are concerned, defective products can cause serious injuries that result in partial or permanent disabilities. However, parents may be able to avoid mishaps in some instances by keeping a few precautions in mind.