About Linda Dailey Paulson

Linda Dailey Paulson is an experienced freelance writer and editor. She covers product safety issues here on US Recall News.

Mrs. Paulson has over 20 years of experience in journalism as both a writer and editor, which she brings to her articles about everything from vehicle and product recalls to the BPA safety debate and fruity malt liquor.

    Find more about this author on:
  • linkedin

Here are the author's recent posts:

Honda, Subaru Recall Vehicles for Seatbelt Failures

Honda Pilot - Part of the Dual Honda Zubaru Recall

A new, dual recall announcement has been issued for 311,000 Honda SUVs and half a million Subaru vehicles. The automobiles were found to have safety-related problems that might cause serious injuries to drivers and their passengers, according to The New York Times.

Honda Expands Air Bag Recall

The 2001 and 2002 model year Accords and Civics, 2002 Odyssey minivans, as well as 2002 and 2003 CR-V sport utility vehicles are also being recalled because the company reportedly cannot pinpoint those vehicles that have defective replacement parts. The recall also affects some 2002 and 2003 model year Acura 3.2 TLs, as well as the 2003 Acura 3.2 CL.

Nissan Recalls Pathfinder, Infiniti SUVs

Nissan North America has recalled more than 271,000 sport utility vehicles in the United States and Canada to repair a potentially defective steering column. Corrosion problems related to road salt and snow exposure could reportedly damage these SUVs’ steering and suspension systems.

New FDA Food Recall Site

The FDA recently unveiled a new food recall website, which was mandated by the Food Safety Modernization Act. The new site is reportedly easier for consumers to use now that the information is presented in a tabular format.