The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has expanded its warning on airbag recalls to 7.8 million vehicles. Affected manufacturers include Toyota, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Ford, Chrysler and General Motors.
Honorable Michael C. Burgess asks when Takata will have a SAFE, not safer, but SAFE, replacement part available?
On the Congressional hearing with update on Takata airbag recall, the honorable chairman from Texas, Mr. Burgess expressed his serious concern over the deficient Takata airbags that could rupture metal shrapnel in to the occupants of the vehicle killing and injuring public at large. Since last hearing, tragically, there has been an
Takata exploding airbag issue is not new to US public. Takata Corporation announced that an estimated 33.8 million cars will be recalled due to defective airbags manufactured by a Takata subsidiary which is the largest recall of a consumer product in U.S. history.
We have all heard of Toyota’s sudden unintended vehicle acceleration in the news for a long time, now. Koua Fong Lee spent 2.5 years in prision with the charge and conviction of vehicular homicide from his 1996 Toyota Camry. It crashed into a stopped family car killing Javis Trice-Adams Sr., and
Following a previous recall, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced that the recall of more than 2.12 million Acura, Dodge, Jeep, Honda, Pontiac, and Toyota vehicles for a defect that may cause airbags to deploy even when the vehicle is not involved in crash. This recall will provide vehicle owners with
In 2014 prediction, Takata Airbag Defects Possibly Affect 30 Million Vehicles now Reaches 34 Million
Defective Takata airbags that are used by the major vehicle manufacturers like Toyota, Honda, Ford, GMC, Nissan etc. could become the largest vehicle safety recall in the history. More than 30 million cars and trucks nationwide are equipped with defective Takata airbags (As per. Oct. 26th 2014). Takata Corporation announced that an estimated