UD Trucks Corporation of North America has announced a voluntary recall for 261 UD 3300 Trucks equipped with a dual steering system due to a possible air brake malfunction. This recall has been made at the request of the United States Traffic Highway Safety Administration because modifications made to these model year 2008 to model year 2010 UD 3300 Trucks have possibly caused the vehicles’ primary and secondary air brake systems to lose their isolation from each other. This loss of isolation violates the federally mandated safety regulation regarding air brake systems. If a UD 3300 truck experiencing a loss of isolation between the primary and secondary braking systems develops an air leak affecting either the primary or secondary braking system, both braking systems could fail simultaneously, leading to a loss of braking ability and increasing the likelihood that the truck will become involved in an accident potentially causing severe injury or fatalities. In a statement released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, UD Trucks Corporation has announced plans to begin informing owners of affected UD 3300 Trucks in the near future. Consumers in possession of affected trucks may return them to an authorized UD Truck dealership, where the potential air brake defect will be repaired at no additional cost. More information regarding this recall can be obtained by contacting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Vehicle Safety Hotline and referencing NHTSA campaign identification number 12V252000.