Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating the 2021-2022 Honda Emergency Automatic Braking Defect affecting a number of Honda models, including the: 2021-2022 Honda Pilot; 2021-2022 Honda CR-V; 2021-2022 Honda Civic; and 2021-2022 Honda Accord. Emergency Automatic Braking (EAB) is a safety feature found in almost all new vehicles sold. When working as intended, the vehicle’s EAB system slows down and may even stop the owner’s car to prevent an impending crash. Honda owners report, however, that their vehicle’s EAB system activates suddenly and without reason, such as when there is no vehicle or obstacle in front of them. The defective EAB system, because of the sudden loss of speed, puts Honda owners at risk of being rear-ended by cars behind them. This danger is made worse for those who have experienced the EAB defect while traveling on the highway.
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