According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Doosan Bobcat North America is recalling Bobcat and Kubota stand-on zero-turn mowers. The recall is due to a crash and laceration hazard. To date, no injuries have been reported. Zero turns that are included in the recall were sold nationwide from March 2023-August 2023 for between $9,300-$11,300. Details of the recall include: 

Name of Product: Bobcat-branded and Kubota-branded stand-on zero-turn lawnmowers

Hazard: The dampers installed on the steering system of the mower can prevent the control levers from returning to the neutral position and the Operator Presence switch will not activate and stop the engine and blades, posing crash and laceration hazards to the operator or bystanders.

Remedy: Repair

Recall Date: October 26, 2023

Units: About 830 (In addition, about 30 were sold in Canada)

For a full list of model and serial numbers, visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission website

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