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Photo taken over the shoulder of a man driving car on road with trees and a hill in the background. The man has both hands on the steering wheel.
1 July 2021

The new Vehicle Recalls website provides a one-stop-shop for you to search and view all recall notices for Australian road vehicles and road vehicle components.

The torso of a car mechanic pictured wearing blue overalls and a lanyard checking the condition of a car engine under the hood of the car. The man is pointing to the engine with his right hand and has a tablet in his left hand.
1 July 2021

No one wants their vehicle to be a part of a recall but it’s important that you take swift action if you see or receive a recall notice about your vehicle. Taking action can help you, or someone you know, avoid injury or even death.

family looking out car window
13 December 2021

If you’re planning to travel this holiday season, make sure you check to see if your vehicle is part of an outstanding recall first to ensure a safe trip. It is likely many Australians will be travelling by road, looking to connect with family and friends.