Safercar.gov provides a file of all the automobiles from GM and other automakers recalled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration since 1967. As of April 2015, the list is available as a zipped text file.
Automotive research and valuation websites, such as Edmunds and Motortrend, also provide a list of recalled automobiles manufactured by General Motors. Edmunds has a list of all GM vehicles recalled from 2013, while Motortrend allows users to search GM vehicles recalled as early as the 1980s. CNN also released a list of GM vehicles recalled from January 2014 to October 2014. The list includes the total numbers of affected vehicles for every month, the brands and model-year of affected vehicles and the problem leading to the recall.
The American multinational corporation is the manufacturer of more than 15 car brands, including Chevrolet, GMC, Buick and Cadillac. Car owners who want to check if their GM-made cars have recall histories can use the recall search tool on GM's official website. The vehicle owner enters the vehicle identification number of the car in order to check if the car is subject to incomplete repairs. The site provides information for vehicles recalled on or after August 20, 1999.