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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles admitted in a filing this week that it missed deadlines to notify customers in five separate safety recalls, which could mean a hefty fine from safety regulators in the U.S.

Back on May 18, the U.S. Department of Transportation sent FCA a special order demanding the company provide information on its recent recall performance.

The automaker confirmed in an 18-page document sent to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday that it exceeded the legal 60-day limit of notifying owners of new recalls in five recent campaigns, according to USA Today.

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