Air Bag Recalls Continue

Just when you think you’ve heard enough about defective air bags, NHTSA announces even more recalls. In all cases, dealers will repair the vehicles at no cost. Toyota is expanding its recall of cars with Tak... Read More...

This Weeks’s Air Bag Recall Roundup

Defective air bags continue to be a problem for vehicle manufacturers. While the Takata recall is already massive, now 2.7 million additional vehicles have been added to the list of cars that need to be repaire... Read More...
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NHTSA Slams Takata with $200 Million Penalty

Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata has been hit with a record setting $200 million fine for violating the Motor Vehicle Safety Act. Takata’s exploding air bags have prompted an unprecedented punitive response from NHTSA. “Today, we are holding Takata responsible for its failures, and we are taking strong action to protect the traveling public,” said NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind.

GM Recall for Faulty Air Bag Inflators

General Motors (GM) is recalling several certain model year 2015 Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Camaro, Equinox, Malibu, and GMC Terrain vehicles as a safety precaution. The vehicles have front sea... Read More...