If a vehicle, part or accessory has been recalled
What you should do if a vehicle, a part or accessory has been recalled by the manufacturer.
Manufacturers may contact the registered keeper due to the vehicle requiring a safety recall.
You need to get your car fixed or replaced by the manufacturer if there’s a problem. You will not usually have to pay for any repairs or parts.
If your vehicle has a serious safety defect, the manufacturer will write to you to tell you what to do. You must not drive the vehicle.
For information on what to do if you’re due to take a practical driving test in a vehicle that’s under a manufacturer recall or because a fault has been identified visit: Minimum requirements for test vehicles