Honda Recalls 145,000 Motorcycles for Rear Brakes Defect

Honda is recalling over 145,000 Goldwing-platform motorcycles in the U.S. to repair rear brakes that drag which can cause a fire or crash. This is the third recall for some of the motorcycles. There have been 22 reports of brakes dragging and eight small fires.
The recall includes:
• HONDA GL 1800 2001-2010,2012-2015
• HONDA GL 1800A 2001-2005
• HONDA GL 1800B 2013-2015
Honda says the brakes can drag after being released by the rider. Dealers will replace two brake master cylinders. Some of these same bikes were recalled in 2011  and 2014  for the same problem. The Goldwing platform is arguably one of the most popular touring motorcycles in the world and it has a substantial and loyal following in Florida and the rest of the United States. If you own a Goldwing, contact your local Honda dealer immediately so you can get your bike repaired and safely back on the road. If you know someone who owns a Goldwing, please share this recall information with them.
At Terrell • Hogan, we represent the injured as they seek justice. We know that it’s best to try to find ways to prevent injury and loss before they happen, but until there’s a solution to this worrisome problem, Terrell • Hogan will continue to repeat information about recalls to help keep you informed and safe. We want to help make sure that if you or a loved one is involved in a motorcycle accident your rights are protected.

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Alan Pickert

Alan Pickert

Alan Pickert, a longtime partner at the law firm Terrell • Hogan P.A., has been handling mesothelioma, asbestos lung cancer, auto/trucking accidents, dog attacks, bike accidents, and vaccine cases for over twenty five years in Florida. He has successfully handled over 2,000 asbestos cases and over 400 wrongful death lawsuits and he obtained one of the largest awards in the history of Vaccine Court for a child injured by the DTaP vaccine.