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PARS Initiates Open Recall Checks

December 14, 2015 - Press Release

PARS has launched a new Open Safety Recall Check, a complimentary service based on a real-time feed of open safety recall data from NHTSA's database.

The service protects drivers and clients from potential safety and liability issues resulting from recalls, according to PARS. The vehicle logistics company will initiate a check for open safety recalls after the submission of each order.

"If any open safety recalls are found, you receive immediate notice, and the order is placed on hold until we obtain the client's guidance," said Lori Rasmussen, PARS president.

PARS fleet clients can have the company attempt to address a recall prior to delivery if the remedy and parts are available. Other alternatives include having PARS store the vehicle until a remedy and parts become available, or authorizing delivery of the vehicle as-is.

"This new Open Safety Recall Check service demonstrates our company's continuing investment in vehicle transport and logistics technology as well as our continuing commitment to delivering the industry's highest level of customer service," said Rasmussen. "We are excited to bring an industry first to our customers and hope it will provide additional peace of mind when it comes to vehicle safety."

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