GENERAL MOTORS HAS ANNOUNCED A VOLUNTEER RECALL IN ITS LINE OF PICKUP TRUCKS AND S-U-V's.
G-M SAYS IT'S RECALLING A MILLION AND A HALF VEHICLES BECAUSE SECOND ROW SEAT
BELTS MIGHT MALFUNCTION.
THERE HAVEN'T BEEN REPORTS OF ANY INJURIES BUT THE AUTOMOTIVE GIANT SAYS THE
SEAT BELTS MIGHT BE DIFFICULT TO PROPERLY POSITION ACROSS A PASSENGER'S HIPS.
JASON VANCE OF KEN VANCE MOTORS SAYS THE RECALL IS NOTHING TO BE ALARMED ABOUT.
Jason Vance - "GM has been pretty good throughout their history as far as being proactive with recalls such as this, so it isn't anything where there's been any widespread safety concerns with it.
THE RECALL INCLUDES THE 2003 TO 2005 MODELS OF THE CHEVY SUBURBAN, TAHOE, HUMMER H2, ESCALADE, SILVERADO AND SIERRA
ALONG WITH THE GMC YUKON AND YUKON XL.