Harley-Davidson Recalls Motorcycles Over Defective Brackets

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recently revealed that motorcycles manufactured by Harley-Davidson Motor Company.

According to the federal agency, all units of the 2012 and 2013 VRSCDX may have been manufactured with license plate bracket mounting screws that could eventually become detached, which could cause the assembly to become separated from the rear of the vehicle.

If this occurs, the fender could come in contact with the rear tire, causing the bracket to rotate by damaging the rear brake line.

The company has asked all owners of the affected motorcycles to have the issue promptly repaired at authorized dealerships.

For more on this recall, click here for the full announcement.

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