Automobile Recalls Are Likely To Remain High in 2015

Relying on an automotive industry warranty and recall study from the financial advisory firm Stout, Risius and Ross, the Detroit Bureau (2/26) reported that automotive recalls in 2015 are likely to be higher than normal, though unlikely to reach 2014 figures. The Bureau adds that the forecast is unsurprising, because the new head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Mark Rosekind, “has already predicted it would happen,” as he hopes to double the size of the NHTSA investigative staff.