Sure you might say that if you had a supercar you’d drive the wheels off of it. That’s just an expression, though, right? Well, if you’re driving a 2015 or 2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV, those wheels might come off a little more easily than you’d expect.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced the recall, that on those cars the bolts that center and hold the brake discs to the wheel hub can come loose over time. Drive with those centering bolts loose, and the whole wheel could come off.

The fix is a simple one. Dealers will replace the centering bolts with liquid thread-locked bolts. That will stop them from coming loose. Fortunately, the recall only affects eight cars, SV coupes and roadsters of those years. Lamborghini will start notifying the owners and the recall is expected to start August 31.

If you’re the owner of one of those cars, you’re probably not reading this. But if you are, well then hi! How’s it going? Thanks for reading! Now go get your bolts replaced.

Lamborghini had a recall last month to fix a concern about a stalling issue on around 7,000 cars worldwide. And in May, 11 of the 40 Centenarios needed a new sticker to fix a safety warning label.