FEDERAL RECALL: Sun Visor Warning Label MAY Peel

Really? Those ugly things that you want to take off?
Check it out:

General Motors Corp. (GM) is recalling 18,941 Chevy Camaros (model years 2013 and 2014) for violating Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 208—Occupant Crash Protection.
Defective seat belts? Air bag malfunction? Brake failure?
Nope.
GM is recalling 18,941 Chevy Camaros because the air bag warning label on the sun visor may peel.
Seriously.
The recall decision was made by the Executive Field Action Decision Committee, following a review by the Field Performance Evaluation Review Committee. So, pursuant to 49 CFR §573.6, the automaker submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) its determination of noncompliance for the requirement that the visor label be “permanently affixed.”

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