Local experts say don't expect GM recalls to slow down

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by Shakara Robinson

MILWAUKEE -- General Motors announced yet another large recall of its vehicles Thursday, and local experts say don't expect the company to pump the brakes on the bad news anytime soon.

GM has been under fire for its botched recall of millions of vehicles with an ignition switch problem that the automaker had known about for 10 years. The Department of Justice, Congress and federal auto regulators are currently investigating the decade-long delay.

But with recent backlash like fines, lawsuits and deadly crashes, including a Wisconsin teen who died in a crash, auto manufacturers are finally taking notice.

Local dealerships have been flooded with calls since GM issued five more recalls affecting more than 2 million vehicles Thursday, and drivers want their vehicles fixed fast.

CBS 58's Matt Doyle has more on the GM recall. 

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