Takata air bag inflator recalls

May 4: NHTSA expands and accelerates Takata air bag inflator recall

Action by agency will phase in recall of additional 35-40 million inflators through 2019. Read the News Release | Complete Takata information

April 8, 2016: NHTSA hosts first public meeting on automated vehicles

April 27: NHTSA hosts public meeting on automated vehicles

Meeting in Stanford, Calif., is latest in agency's effort to develop guidelines for safe deployment of automated safety technology. Read More

Historic commitment by NHTSA, IIHS and 20 automakers to make automatic emergency braking standard on new vehicles is announched by NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind

NHTSA, IIHS announce commitment on automatic emergency braking

March 17: Historic agreement with 20 automakers will make AEB standard equipment on virtually all new cars no later than late 2022. Read More

 

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>> May 4: Expansion of recalls will phase in another 35-40 million inflators through 2019. Sign up for our Recall Alerts to be notified when you can search for all vehicles affected by this recall.
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