GM: Recalls Could Continue Through Summer

The General Motors recalls may continue through the middle of summer.

GM told Wall Street today that more recalls could continue as they review of safety issues. So far the automotive manufacturer has recalled 13.8 million vehicles in the U.S. this year. This week GM has made 11 new recalls.

An ignition switch defect is linked to at least 13 deaths, costing the company $35 million in civil fines.

The Detroit-based automaker says the surge in recalls comes from a renewed promise to hold itself to higher safety standards.

GM says the last thing they want is to be accused of delaying another one.

A five-person GM team will now decide any more recalls, this will help recall the cars as soon as the issues are discovered. 

For more information, head to General Motors website.