GM Testing Shows Single Key Safe in Recalled Small Cars

Thu, May 8 2014

DETROIT – General Motors conducted more than 80 different tests over extremely challenging road conditions on vehicles subject to the ignition switch recall and found the vehicles are safe to drive with only a single key on the key ring and the key fob removed.

In this video, Vice President of GM Global Vehicle Safety Jeff Boyer explains the testing and what to do if your vehicle is affected.  

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