General Motors Recalls Chevrolet Impala Over Faulty Seatbelts

General Motors has recalled over 300,000 Chevrolet Impalas.  The recall effects only 2009 and 2010 year model vehicles.  The Impalas are being recalled because General Motors determined through warranty claims that seatbelts in the front seats may not be properly anchored, which can cause the seatbelts to separate during a crash and leave passengers unrestrained.

Customers will be notified by General Motors’ dealers by October 25 if their Impala is subject to the recall. Owners of the recalled Impalas will have to have the anchors for their seatbelts reinstalled, which General Motors will handle free of charge.