Mercedes-Benz Recall Service Center in Milwaukee

Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee North is an authorized Mercedes-Benz Recall Service Center in Milwaukee that can service your recall needs. Whether it is a digital or mechanical feature that needs a thorough check, we will take care of everything. Customer safety is our top priority followed by client satisfaction. Check your vehicle’s VIN number below to see if it has any outstanding recalls, or we will take care of that when you schedule your recall service with us today.

Mercedes-Benz Recall FAQ

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 10 million vehicle recalls are reported each year across all brands. Unsurprisingly, the majority of these recalls result from safety and security concerns that have actually been verified and reported by the vehicle maker and the NHTSA. If you are taking care of a recall, you’ll undoubtedly have lots of questions to ask. The best part is that you are in the right place to get your questions answered. Concerned about the do’s and don’ts of a Mercedes-Benz recall? Here is a detailed guide to car safety recalls.

What is an Auto Safety Recall?

Vehicle safety recalls by the automaker are issued when the automobile brand or the NHTSA finds a flaw or condition that can affect the secure operation of the automobile. The problem can be existing in just one vehicle design or a collection of vehicles. Once the manufacturer sends notices to the dealerships, registered vehicle owners are informed of the issues to get their vehicle diagnosed, repaired or changed by the certified vehicle suppliers.

A lot of the time, a car recall is for a safety-related issue related to the:

  • Car’s steering
  • Brakes and brake pads
  • Wheels and tires
  • Safety belt, air bags or ignition button
  • Technical troubles

In most cases, the automaker willingly chooses to perform a safety inspection in order to recognize problems. However, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration may also open an examination based on consumer issues and complaints to establish if a Mercedes-Benz needs a safety recall. Despite who makes the recall decision, manufacturers are required to fix the issue.

What Should I Do After Getting a Recall On My Car?

The initial thing to do after you receive a recall letter is to read it completely. The letter ought to thoroughly define the safety problem. The letter likewise features all of the necessary details for arranging a time to take care of the issue at a local dealership.

As per the letter,

  • Vehicle owners will be advised on exactly how and when to contact the local dealer
  • How to set up a visit for the repair work
  • Indications and risks related to the problem

Whatever you do, we recommend not to postpone getting your car examined as soon as possible. Also, do not disregard the recall. As a lot of car recalls are safety-related, you may put yourself and your passengers at risk by waiting.

Who is the NHTSA?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA is a Government agency within the United States Department of Transportation that executes a variety of vehicle safety programs. As a part of its job, NHTSA enforces safety efficiency criteria for lots of automobiles, vehicle equipment and carries out car safety investigations.

How Do I Know if My Vehicle has a Recall?

After getting the notification from the NHTSA, the automobile manufacturers have 60-days to send out recall notifications to all officially registered automobile owners notifying them of the recall decision. If your car is acting unusual and you believe it may have a recall, you can always get in touch with your neighborhood car dealership to check.

Does your Mercedes-Benz have an Open Recall?

Nobody likes when their vehicle does not work the way it’s supposed to. But when driving that car risks your safety and the safety of your passengers, you should never wait to get it checked. Taking action after receiving a safety recall letter may save your life. If you have gotten a Mercedes-Benz recall notice or find that your Mercedes-Benz has an open recall by using the VIN search, let Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee North in Milwaukee handle your recall repair. We will get you back on the road safely.

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Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee North
1400 West Silver Spring Drive
Milwaukee, WI, 53209 United States
(866) 764-8231
Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee North 43.1195843, -87.9281692.