A federal lawsuit has resulted in a settlement that will have Korean automakers Kia and Hyundai providing compensation or extended warranties for 3.1 million vehicles that are or were at risk of fire.
Owners should begin receiving notices with instructions and important information regarding their vehicles in three months.
Those vehicles have anti-lock brake system modules that can spontaneously set engine fires.
FeganScott’s Jonathan Lindenfeld recently spoke with WESH 2 about the lawsuit. Read the full story here.