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NADA, National Safety Council Parter on Recall Campaign

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March 28, 2018

The National Safety Council (NSC) announced a new partner in support of its Check To Protect campaign, which educates the public about the importance of addressing open vehicle recalls. The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) announced its support of Check To Protect at its annual show in Las Vegas.

Wes Lutz, the incoming NADA chairman, will be the first automobile dealer to join forces with the campaign by promoting CheckToProtect.org on his website and during interactions with customers.

“NADA wholeheartedly supports the National Safety Council Check To Protect initiative and is proud to be a partner in its efforts to educate and raise awareness about the importance of getting recall repairs completed,” Lutz said. “I’m honored to be the first dealer to link directly to the Check To Protect website from my dealership homepage, and I’m encouraging all franchised dealers, of every brand, to do so as well.” 

The Council encourages vehicle owners to go to CheckToProtect.org to review their recall status. Those with an open recall are encouraged to make an appointment with their certified auto dealer right away. All recalls are 100% percent free for drivers to have repaired at authorized dealerships regardless of the age of the vehicle.

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“For Check To Protect to work on a national level, the NSC knows it needs dealer support,” said Kelly Nantel, vice president of communications and advocacy for the Council. “At the end of the day, dealers are the ones who repair the open recalls and close the loop. This relationship raises awareness about the Check To Protect campaign among dealers, drivers, and their communities – all places we want to spread the word.”

In addition, FCA US is a founding partner of Check To Protect. The Council launched Check To Protect in June 2017. Since that time, more than 100,000 people have visited CheckToProtect.org to learn whether their vehicle has an open recall.

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