General Motors, who has certainly been on a good roll of late, will recall 20,000 Cadillacs to replace the glove compartment boxes that could cause leg injuries in a car accident. The recall includes 5,000 Cadillac CTS and CTS-V models from 2009, and more than 15,000 from 2010.
General Motors chose to recall these Cadillacs after car crash tests showed that the front-seat passenger not wearing a seat belt could strike the glove box door, inflicting leg injuries in a crash.
It sounds like GM is doing the responsible thing getting out in front of the problem and making the necessary changes. In fact, it is good they understand that they have a responsibility to those who are not wearing their seat belts. (Message to those people: put your seat belt on. Now.)