Multiple news agencies reported that motorcoaches manufactured by Van Hool have been recalled over a possible issue with the engine of these vehicles.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the 2011 and 2012 C2045 and the 2011 T2140 and T2145 vehicles were equipped with engines that may have been furnished with ground cables that could eventually overheat, causing the components to melt.
If this occurs while the vehicle is in use, smoke and even fire could erupt.
To prevent fires and keep drivers and passengers safe, the company is asking recalled car owners to contact them to have the affected components repaired at once.
For more on this recall and how to proceed to have this issue eradicated, click here for the full report.