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As with any other such recall announcement, drivers of affected cars are informed they need to have their cars inspected and, if need be, fixed.

In South Korea, it seems, the fear of being burned alive is not incentive enough for BMW customers.

In response, local authorities are threatening anyone caught driving a recalled BMW without having it inspected with legal action, including up to one year in prison should the car catch fire during this time.


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South Korea Does What The US Won't: Bans Use Of Recalled BMW's Until Fixed

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