Have you ever gone to Best Buy and found just the right product at just the right value? Well, you might want to reconsider that deal. You might not know what you're getting, and Best Buy might not know either.
In 2007 a state trooper from Wisconsin made a startling discovery when investigating a fatal car accident. The victim's airbag had never deployed because the car had experienced a "moving stall," but what had caused the stall? A defect in GM ignition switches. It wasn't until 2014 that GM finally did something about this defect, but did you know that the company had discovered the problem as far back as 2005? What else could car manufacturers be hiding from us?