A flammability hazard has prompted the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall for 13 Kenworth T680 vehicles in cooperation with the affected vehicles’ manufacturer. Certain Kenworth T680 Vehicles, manufactured for sale during model year 2013 by Paccar Incorporated do not comply with federal safety standards regulating flammable materials within the interior of a motor vehicle. The flammable material present within the interior of affected Kenworth T680 Vehicles does not meet federal motor vehicle safety standard number 302, and if exposed to an ignition source, the material may catch fire, presenting a safety hazard to the vehicle’s occupants. If the fire occurs while the Kenworth T680 is in motion, the likelihood that the vehicle will become involved in a traffic collision possibly resulting in serious injury or death is increased. The affected Kenworth T680 vehicles are equipped with a 76 inch sleeper with gray or tan colored bunk restraints that may catch fire in the presence of an ignition source. Paccar has announced its intention to begin notifying the owners of affected Kenworth T680 vehicles of the possible safety guideline violation in the near future. Consumers in possession of affected vehicles may return them to authorized Paccar dealerships, where the flammable bunk restraints will be replaced with federal safety guideline compliant restraints at no additional charge. More information regarding this recall can be obtained by contacting Paccar Incorporated’s customer service department and referencing recall number 12KWC.