The chassis sold for construction of personal utility vehicles has been recalled due to the risk of crash injuries.
Navitas announced its recall of the steel rolling chassis through the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). According to the recall announcement, the “throttle pedal can stick in the depressed position, posing crash and injury hazards.”
The two models included in the recall are used to build utility vehicles that seat 2-6 people, and were sold between June 2020 and April 2020 for between $5,000 and $7,500. Customers who purchased models 10-000818-AC, 10-000819-AC, 10-000820-AC, or 10-000821-AC should contact Navitas about receiving a free repair to the chassis.
The product, which is manufactured in China, has been involved in five reports of the throttle pedal sticking, resulting in two crashes and one incident of minor injuries.
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