Takata air bags repaired: More than 11.3 million

Takata air bags repaired: More than 11.3 million

Through October 7, a total of 11,,388,981 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.

Federal Automated Vehicles Policy announced

Federal Automated Vehicles Policy announced

Sept. 20: Industry leaders, experts in the field, state governments, the public, and safety advocates were consulted in developing the policy. Read More

U.S. traffic deaths drop in 2014 to 32,675

Traffic fatalities rise sharply in 2015 to 35,092

White House and DOT issue call to action to data scientists and public health experts as 2,348 more people died in crashes than in 2014 Read More


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>> 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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