Yamaha Motor Corporation U.S.A. recalls Rhino side-by-side vehi...
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#1 Mar 31, 2008
The Yamaha Rhino ATV is extremely dangerous. The Yamaha Rhino ATV is more likely to tip and rollover while going through a turn, even when the vehicle is traveling at a slow speed and is on a flat surface. Furthermore, the Yamaha Rhino is designed in such a way that passengers’ legs are unprotected in the event of a rollover accident. Victims of Yamaha Rhino rollover accidents usually experience broken or crushed legs, ankles or feet. In some cases, victims have been permanently disabled, and have had limbs amputated following a Yamaha Rhino rollover accident. When Yamaha Rhino rollover accidents involve children, the results are often fatal.
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