Apparently the union workers at GM are putting out a bad product. Now my question is, what's the difference between a union made car that kills people and a non union made car that kills people? One costs a lot less.
General Motors said Tuesday it will expand its recall of vehicles with faulty ignition switches to include 1.37 million cars for model years 2003-2007.
GM now says it knows of 13 deaths and 31 crashes that may have been caused by the problem with the ignition switch. Previously, it said it knew of 22 crashes, including five in which airbags did not deploy and six people were killed.
It expanded the recall by more than 588,000 vehicles to 1.37 million throughout North America.