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We all know that time is money and that is why many car owners cannot imagine their everyday life without driving a car because they realize how valuable their time is. According to the recent statistics, there are more than a billion cars in the world now, and this is not the limit. According to the report of the International Energy Agency (IEA), the number of vehicles will reach 1.7 billion by 2035. However, along with the increasing number of cars produced worldwide, their quality is not getting better.

The reliability of new vehicles is far from ideal according to the research of the analytical agency J.D. Power and Associates and a German consumer magazine Auto Test. Moreover, some old vehicles are less likely to get out of order comparing to the 2-3-year-old ones.

Statistics speak for itself:

The year 2010 was one of the record years in the entire history of the automobile industry in terms of the number of cars that got under recall and service campaigns. Due to the defects admitted in the assembly and imperfect designs, a number of automakers announced the recall of more than 20 million vehicles. The management of a German automobile concern Volkswagen decided to recall 2.5 million cars in Germany.

The company's specialists have already prepared a plan that provides for such a procedure. In total, the German concern plans to recall 500,000 cars of Volkswagen, almost 290,000 cars of Skoda and 105,000 cars of Seat. In 2014, American car manufacturers recalled 60 million vehicles. This is an absolute record for the US automotive industry.

To be precise, the number of recalled cars reached 60.5 million – almost twice the previous year's record. In 2004, the US market recalled 30.8 million vehicles according to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Moreover, the car manufacturers report that soon there will be a new wave of car recalls. "These data indicate the need for robust and efficient mechanism to address security concerns on our roads," said NHTSA chief Mark Rosekind, "When defective vehicles or their parts jeopardize the safety of Americans, the NHTSA will act."

In a constant pursuit of potential buyers, automakers often do not have time to thoroughly analyze, as well as strengthen all the weak points of the cars they produce.

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