General Motors Ordered to Pay Up $35 Million in Safety Case

General Motors received a major fine from the federal government today.

The automaker must pay the maximum fine of $35 million for delaying a recall of millions of vehicles with a faulty ignition switch.

GM has been in the spotlight a lot lately, recalling more than 11 million vehicles this year alone.

That carries a $1.5 billion price tag.

The latest recall includes 2.7 million cars for problems including potential steering failure and faulty brake lights.

Click here for information on the latest recall