That’s torn it, Toyota

Toyota has recalled more cars than it has sold so far in 2016. Some 98,000 RAV4s produced between April 2005 and November 2012 have been called back to dealerships to fix a potential seatbelt fault. Part of a global safety campaign, the company determined that “in the event of a high-speed frontal collision, the seatbelt webbing could contact a portion of the metal seat cushion frame, become cut and separate”. In other words, the seatbelt may not work properly. The 60-minute repairs will start in June. To check if your car is affected visit www.recalls.gov.au