Earlier this month, we reported General Motors (GM) had issued its second Chevrolet Bolt recall in just a few months. The price tag and public relations nightmares related to that effort were enormous, but it now appears that there’s a bigger headache for both GM and owners of the electric car.
A third recall has now been issued, this time involving tens of thousands more vehicles.
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