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Have you been injured by a Bad Boy Buggy Off Road Vehicle (RUV)?

Bad Boy Buggy Off Road Vehicle Recall
 
Bad Boy Buggy Off Road Vehicle Recall
If you have been injured in a Bad Boy Buggy accident, please contact Moore Law Group to learn more about your rights and remedies under the law.
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Attorney at Law story on the dangers of Bad Boy Buggies.
Bad Boy Buggy RECALL
About 3,900 Classic Buggies made by Bad Boy Enterprises are being recalled because the off-road vehicles may speed off without warning, causing accidents and serious injuries to riders.

The Natchez, Miss.-based manufacturer of the four-wheelers and the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the voluntary recall today.

There have been 32 reports of unexpected acceleration involving the popular recreational and utility vehicles, including reports of broken bones, rotator cuff injuries, and sore muscles, the CPSC said.

The recalled vehicles resemble golf carts on steroids and are similar in design and functioning to the Yamaha Rhino, Polaris Ranger, and other brands of off-road vehicles that have been linked to scores of user deaths and injuries in recent years.

Thousands of Yamaha, Polaris, and other types of four-wheelers have been ordered recalled due to deaths and injuries caused by roll-over accidents, faulty manufacturing, and other safety concerns.

Certain Bad Boy Vehicle Models Recalled

Only Bad Boy Buggy Standard models of off-road utility vehicles are involved in today’s recall. The Bad Boy Buggy Standard model has a bench seat that allows a driver and passenger to sit side-by-side while the vehicle is operated, the CPSC said. The vehicles have no doors or windows and were sold in Realtree camouflage pattern, Hardwoods camouflage pattern, hunter green, red, and black colors.

The recalled models have serial numbers between 85004828 and 95010404. The serial number is located on a sticker in a cubby on the driver’s side, the CPSC’s recall notice states.

The vehicles were sold at Bad Boy authorized dealers nationwide from June 2007 through July 2009 for about $10,000. They were built in the United States. They are commonly used by hunters, outdoorsmen, and as utility equipment on farms and ranches.

Consumers should immediately stop using the buggies and contact their Bad Boy Buggy dealer for a free repair, the CPSC said.

Contact the attorneys at Moore Law Group for more information.
Off-Road Utility Vehicles Recalled by Bad Boy Enterprises Due To Crash Hazard
CPSC advises consumers stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

Name of Product: Classic Buggies

Units: About 3,900

Manufacturer: Bad Boy Enterprises LLC, of Natchez, Miss.

Hazard: The off-road vehicles can accelerate without warning, posing a risk of injury to the user and/or bystander.

Incidents/Injuries: Bad Boy Enterprises has received 32 reports of unexpected acceleration, including reports of injuries such as a fractured toe, rotator cuff injury and sore muscles.

Description: This recall involves Bad Boy Buggy Standard model off-road utility vehicles. The Bad Boy Buggy Standard model has one row seat that allows two persons (the driver and passenger) to sit side-by-side while the vehicle is operated. The Standard has an open air design (no doors or windows), but has a roof. The Bad Boy Buggy Standard models come in Realtree camouflage pattern, Hardwoods camouflage pattern, hunter green, red and black colors. The affected models have serial numbers between 85004828 and 95010404. The serial number is located on a sticker in a cubby on the driver’s side.

Sold by: Authorized dealers nationwide from June 2007 through July 2009 for about $10,000.

Manufactured in: United States

Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the buggies and contact their Bad Boy Buggy dealer for a free repair.

Contact the attorneys at Moore Law Group for more information.