If you drive one of the 2.6 million General Motors cars recalled because of a faulty ignition switch, you’re probably eager for the part to be replaced. Dealerships say they are gearing up to schedule the work as soon as the necessary parts become available — which is expected to happen starting Monday, according to G.M. But it could take months to repair all the affected cars.
“We’re very aware of the issue with the cars and we’re concerned for our customers,” said Greg Cole, owner of Athens Chevrolet in Athens, Ga.
While G.M. has said they are safe as long as extra items are removed from the key ring, some consumer advocates and lawmakers have urged G.M. to warn owners not to drive the cars until they are fixed, saying that they still pose a danger.
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