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Never miss a Vehicle Recall alert
The national highway traffic and safety administration usually issue hundreds of recall alerts every month, however, many of these recall alerts go by without car owners’ attention or taking the right measures to rectify them.
Car manufacturers usually send out letter notices through the mail, which are easily missed by car owners, especially if you are a new owner to a used vehicle where the dealer does not have your updated address. Thanks to Fixsaver for providing mycar feature, to help track recalls and service reminders affecting your vehicle, so you will never miss a recall notification again.
How to Check for Vehicle Recall
Assuming you have just purchased a used vehicle or have seen a listing of a used vehicle that you are interested in, you can use this VIN search feature to confirm all the detailed options on the vehicle including year, make, model, and trim level. This also provides the manufacturing details and original color that was used to build the vehicle. This information helps you understand if the car has been maintained in its original form or if any customizations have been performed.
Check for active recalls by selecting the vehicle info that you identified from the VIN search in step one. Select vehicle year, make, and model from the drop-down menu in the recall search feature.
Schedule an appointment with your service provider if the result of your recall search showed any active recalls affecting your vehicle
How to Signup for Vehicle Recall Checker Alerts
Here is how to subscribe to receive vehicle recall check alerts, it is free.
Log on to mycar/register; enter your name, address and email to create an account. Log into your email and search for an email from Fixsaver, check for vehicle recall messages in your spam in case you do not find it in your inbox.
Verify your email by clicking on the verification link. Log into your mycar account using the email address and password you created in step one. You are now into your vehicle recall checker account. Search for your car to check for vehicle recall that may be active on it.
Add up to four of your vehicles and receive prompt recall email alerts on any subsequent vehicle recalls that may be issued by the manufacturer. It is completely free to sign up and use the vehicle recall checker to receive alerts about your car.
When you receive email recall notifications about a vehicle recall check, immediately call your dealer or service provider to schedule an appointment or follow up. Fixes related to vehicle recalls should be performed at no cost to you; this cost is billed to the manufacturer so you should ask your dealer in case there is any related bill.
How to Subscribe to get Car Maintenance Reminders
Another way to keep on top of knowing if a vehicle recall is needed for your car is by tracking your vehicle manufacturers’ recommended service action items for your car. You should check what parts need to be replaced at 40,000miles, or what mileage to replace and service brakes and engine. Signing up on mycar is the perfect thing for you to take control of your basic car maintenance and to check for vehicle recalls.
Subscribe in simple steps, enter your vehicle mileage, and how many miles you drive daily, to receive service-due reminders with detailed mileage service items specific to your vehicle make. Just call your mechanic and tell him all the service items you want to perform so you can save time and money.
To subscribe, click on MyCar/register, enter your name, address and email to create an account. Log into your email and search for an email from Fixsaver, check your spam in case you do not find it in your inbox.
Verify your email by clicking on the verification link. Log into your mycar account using the email address and password you created in step one.
Add your vehicles up to four vehicles to receive service reminders on upcoming routine maintenance as recommended by your vehicle manufacturer. Also, view the list of detailed parts and items to replace so you can properly maintain your car for it to last longer.
When you receive email service notifications, immediately go over all the action items required at the current vehicle mileage. Call your service provider and ask if they have all required parts available before your appointment. Make sure to ask how much the complete service will cost including labor, shop around with a few more mechanics in your area to make sure you are getting the best deal on your vehicle servicing.
If you want to check for vehicle recall today, use our vehicle recall search tool today and see if any safety recalls apply to your vehicle. Give it a go today and check for vehicle recall for free here.