In light of ever-growing recalls from car manufactures, it appears Hyundai only ever issue recalls when it meets the criteria laid out by the CODE OF PRACTICE ON VEHICLE SAFETY DEFECTS . ( check all the recalls from VOSA here : http://www.dft.gov.uk/vosa/apps/reca...lt.asp?tx=VOSA
). The Hyundai i10 headlamp design fault is in my opinion a safety concern.
If you wish to bring this matter to the attention of the Dept. of Transport ( VOSA ), then follow the links below or email the information to email@example.com
. The more people who contact VOSA, the more likely this will become an offical recall which Hyundai will have to address.
Sorry for a one off single post, but my mission is to get this issue addressed.
About UK Automotive Recall System
If you believe you have experienced a safety defect due to a deficiency in the design or construction of your automotive product, please contact VOSA on 0117 9543300 or complete a report form (a link to which is on the website) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
so that we may assess whether or not we can take the matter forward.
CODE OF PRACTICE ON VEHICLE SAFETY DEFECTS
CASES COVERED BY THE CODE
a; where evidence indicates the existence of a safety defect in the unit; and
b; the defect appears to be common to a number of units; and
c; units are available for supply in the UK.