Takata air bags repaired: More than 10 million

Takata air bags repaired: More than 10 million

Through August 12, a total of 10,018,777 defective Takata driver and passenger air bags have been repaired. Details | Sign up for Recall Alerts to be notified should your vehicle be affected by this recall.

NHTSA's Safe Cars Save Lives 2016 Tour

NHTSA's 9-city bus tour wraps up with final stop in Fort Worth

Five-day swing through 4 Southern states provided consumers with free safety checks for vehicle recalls, child heatstroke prevention, tire inflation, and car seat installation. Read all about the tour | Read the news release

NHTSA data shows traffic deaths increased 7.7 percent in 2015

NHTSA data shows traffic deaths increased 7.7 percent in 2015

July 1: An estimated 35,200 people died in 2015, up from the 32,675 fatalities in 2014, with 9 out of 10 regions within the U.S. showing increases. The most significant increases came for pedestrians and bicyclists. Read More

 

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TAKATA RECALL UPDATE

>> Latest: Inflators in certain 2001-2003 Hondas and Acuras show a far higher risk of ruptures when air bag deploys. Sign up for our Recall Alerts to be notified when you can search for all vehicles affected by this recall.
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