Accubuilt Announces Solution To Fix Recalled Stretch Limos

Posted on January 20, 2016

LIMA, Ohio — After a deadly accident and the subsequent recall of certain limousine models, a Lima vehicle manufacturer has found a possible solution to the problem.

Though Accubuilt, with a plant in Lima, didn’t make the faulty vehicles, it has dealt with the litigation, recall and solution.

The recalled vehicles were made in Springfield, Missouri, by DaBryan Coach Builders, before Accubuilt purchased DaBryan in 2005 and moved it to Lima.

Lima News article here

Related Topics: Accubuilt, coachbuilders, DaBryan Coach Builders, limousine fires, stretch limousine, vehicle recalls

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