Need to catch up on all the recent GM recalls and verify what might affect your vehicle? General Motors has this past week released a table outlining its vehicle recalls so far in 2014, through May—including the much-covered ignition-switch-related recalls. And it's actually a good place to start.

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The sheet sums a running total of 29 individual recall issues, affecting nearly 13.8 million vehicles for the U.S. and more than 15.8 million vehicles for North America—and totals do include exports.

It's a bold, unprecedented move for an automaker to sum up recall efforts in such a way, as they often shy away from highlighting these campaigns once underway. But with the number of deaths nearing 60 by the latest estimates, and a continued spotlight on the company from Washington, D.C., this is an exceptional series of recall campaigns, and the effort helps keep owners and the media fully in the loop.

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The chart (below) outlines three key recall efforts in the ignition-switch scandal (on U.S.-market terms):

If you own any of the affected vehicles, or you're not sure if your vehicle is affected, head to GM's recall hub for owners, or check directly with your dealership.


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