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NHTSA expands, accelerates Takata inflator recall

May 4: Phased-in recall adds 35-40 million inflators through 2019.

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Takata air bag inflator recalls

Takata air bags repaired: More than 8.1 million

Through April 22, a total of 8,168,860 defective Takata driver and passenger air bags have been repaired, and the pace of repairs continues to accelerate.

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Takata air bag inflator recall completion rates - 04222016

NHTSA hosts public meeting on automated cars

April 27: Meeting in Stanford, Calif., is latest in agency's effort to develop guidelines for safe deployment of automated safety technology.

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

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Takata Recalls

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