The youth ATVs fail to comply with the requirements of the federal mandatory ATV safety standard, including maximum speed limitations and other mandatory safety requirements for vehicles intended for children under 10 years of age. ATVs that fail to meet the mandatory safety requirements pose a risk of serious injury or death to children.
The Venom Motorsports youth model ATVs do not meet mandatory safety requirements, including speed restrictions, posing a risk of serious injury or death. The ATVs also were imported and distributed in the U.S. without a Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)-approved ATV Action Plan, which includes safety requirements designed to protect users.
The chair can break or collapse when weight is applied, posing a fall hazard.
The glass portion of the cruets can break during use, posing a laceration hazard.
The throttle speed control stop can break and become stuck, posing a crash hazard.
Infants can suffocate if they roll, move, or are placed on the lounger in a position that obstructs breathing, or roll off the lounger onto an external surface, such as an adult pillow or soft bedding that obstructs breathing.
The bottom purge valve on the recalled snorkels can leak, allowing unexpected water entry, posing a drowning hazard.
The parking brake catch bracket can wear out and cause the parking brake to fail, posing a crash hazard.
The fitting at the back of the heater can fail to be sufficiently tight, causing the heater to leak propane gas, posing a fire hazard.
The hose can swell during use causing gas to leak, posing a fire hazard.