Chevy Bolt owners to receive settlement checks after successful class-action suit over faulty batteries

General Motors has agreed to a preliminary settlement of up to $625 million in a class-action lawsuit brought by owners of Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles. The lawsuit was filed following a recall of the vehicle due to problems with their high voltage batteries, which could potentially cause a fire.

Owners who purchased or leased a Bolt in the United States are eligible for compensation. According to the settlement, General Motors will pay owners $1,000 to $1,500 per vehicle, with additional reimbursements for costs related to addressing the battery issue.


Owners will receive their settlement checks once the agreement gets final approval from a federal court. So, if you are a Chevy Bolt owner affected by the issue, you will need to monitor updates on the lawsuit, or perhaps receive direct communication from General Motors when the settlement finalizes.

Remember, the specifics of the suit—including the amount each person is entitled to—might vary depending on numerous other factors. Therefore, it is advisable to consult with a legal expert or contact Chevrolet customer service to get more accurate information tailored to your particular circumstances.

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