Seoul: After several incidents of fire, there will be a ban on BMW cars in South Korea from yesterday that have not yet been tested. Due to complaints of these faulty gas extraction equipment in these cars, the company has recovered them.
South Korea's Ministry of Land, Sanitation and Transport today said that this ban will be effective from tomorrow. This will affect about 20,000 vehicles. The drivers will not be able to run these cars on the roads without security checks.
It is worth mentioning that there has been an incident of fire in nearly 40 cars of BMW. Last month, BMW had recruited 1,06,000 cars of 42 different models. According to the Ministry, only 27,000 vehicles have been under security check till yesterday. The government expects that many more cars will be completed before the ban becomes effective.