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Monday, 17 March 2014

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The Missan Texmex Pickup Truck.

YOKOHAMA, Japan - Reports coming from the home office of one of the world's largest automakers is that Japanese manufacture Missan is sending out 13,000 recall notices.

The recall notices were sent out due to the fact that 13,000 2014 Missan Comanchero Pickup Trucks are reportedly all missing the steering wheel.

A spokesperson for the auto giant said that there are checks and balances in place to make sure that this type of thing does not happen but just like volcanoes can erupt all of a sudden, so can mistakes or in this case oversights be made.

The company urges anyone who purchased a Missan Comanchero take a taxi to the nearest dealer and pick up a steering wheel.

Missan will pay for the cab fare as long as the cab fare receipt is provided.

SIDENOTE: The company apologizes for any inconvenience that this slight oversight may have caused the purchaser.

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