The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recall of EGL Motor ACE brand youth all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), for representing a risk to the safety and life of consumers.
According to the report, the recalled vehicles do not meet the requirements of the mandatory federal safety standard for off-road vehicles, as Ace-branded K125 and C125 models exceed maximum speed limits for vehicles intended for children 10 years and olderposing a high-speed crash risk to drivers.
Also, for the T125 and C125 models, the parking brakes do not impede the movement of the vehicleposing a collision hazard if the vehicle is parked on a slope.
The recall involves the K125, T125 and C125 models of EGL Motor’s ACE brand youth SUVs. The vehicles were sold in various colors, including orange, red, blue, pink, and green, and They were marketed for children 10 years and older..
The model name “Ace Power K125”, “Ace Power T125” or “Ace Power Conqueror” is displayed on both sides of the vehicle and the model number is stamped on the metal plate located on the left side under the body rear.
The recommendation is that consumers immediately stop using the recalled ATVs and contact EGL Motor to schedule an appointment for a free repair at an authorized repair facility. The company will repair reflectors, headlights, chest protector, engine kill switch, parking brake, top speeds and spark arresters on the recalled models.
Around 4,000 vehicles were sold from May 2020 to March 2022 for between $550 and $2,800 at: AWL Distribution, BV Powersports and other authorized dealers nationwide and online at Dmwholesalepowersports.com, Jaguarpowersports.com, Jlmotorsports.com, Powersportsmaxatvs.com, Gokartsusa.com, Saferwholesale.com, Thriftscooters .com and Wholesaleatv.com
Consumers can contact EGL Motor toll free at 866-496-9919 from 9 am to 5 pm CT, Monday through Friday, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at their website.
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