Since the beginning of 2014, General Motors (GM) has recalled 30 million cars worldwide. Some may believe that the news could not get any worse for the car maker. However, just last week GM issued additional recalls on vehicles manufactured between 2011 and 2015.
The company has made it clear that no deaths of which they are aware have occurred from these manufacturer defects. However, two car crashes have been linked to the recalls. According to GM Global Vehicle Safety Vice President Jeff Boyer, the company is bringing greater rigor and discipline to their decision making. In Boyer's view, any issue, great or small, that could affect a customer's safety requires decisive action.