GM Customers Seek Federal Order Not to Drive Recalled Vehicles

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By Jessica Dye NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - Two General Motors Co customers asked a federal judge in Texas on Monday to compel the automaker to warn owners to stop driving immediately the 1.6 million vehicles recalled since February over ignition switch problems. Charles and Grace Silvas, who own a 2006 Chevy Cobalt, are suing GM for allegedly concealing the ignition defect for more than a decade, which they said caused recalled vehicles to lose value. On Monday, they filed an emergency ...

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