Given the onslaught of recent GM recalls, it’s hard to believe that we were so shocked by the first wave of callbacks. It certainly isn’t over yet. On Friday, GM listed four new recall orders spanning 506,873 vehicles (428,211 of which are located in the US).

The largest affects 392,459 four-wheel drive versions of the ‘14-‘15 Silverado, Sierra, Tahoe, Suburban, and Yukon regarding a malfunction in the transfer case that could unexpectedly switch the vehicle into neutral – not good, especially if you’re parked on a hill.

Additionally, 29,019 ’13-’14 Chevrolet Cruze sedans are being recalled due to an inflation issue with the airbag, along with 4,794 ’13-14 Chevy Caprice police cars and SS sedans due to a wiper motor issue, and 1,939 ‘14 Corvettes after an insufficient weld was spotted in the ‘Vette’s rear shock.

Is one of these sitting in your driveway right now?

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[via GM]