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AV 4.0 unifies efforts in automated vehicles across 38 federal departments, independent agencies, commissions, and Executive Offices of The President, providing high-level guidance to state and local governments, innovators, and all stakeholders.
The settlement resolves the agency’s investigation into the timeliness and adequacy of MBUSA’s compliance with notification and reporting requirements applicable to vehicle safety defects and to noncompliance with vehicle safety standards.
Air bags in this new recall have defective inflators that could explode or cause the air bag to not inflate properly when it deploys.
Consumers are more likely to upgrade to newer, cleaner, safer cars if costly regulations don’t raise the price beyond consumers’ means.
December 4, 2019: This recall involves Takata air bags built with non-azide driver inflators (NADI), and is separate from the much larger and ongoing Takata air bag inflator recalls. Vehicles containing NADI inflators were made by Toyota, BMW, Audi, Honda and Mitsubishi.
March 20, 2019: 19 automakers and approximately 56 million Takata air bags in an estimated 41.6 million vehicles. These statistics will fluctuate as repairs are made and previously announced recall campaigns launch on a rolling basis.
September 6, 2019: The risk of a crash is increased in certain 2014-2017 Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC trucks and SUVs. An issue with the vehicle’s vacuum pump may decrease power brake assist.