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https://www.nhtsa.gov/press-releases/child-passeng... September 21, 2020
Child Passenger Safety Week is September 20-26, 2020
https://www.nhtsa.gov/press-releases/nhtsa-destaca... September 21, 2020
La Semana de la Seguridad del Niño Pasajero es del 20 al 26 de septiembre de 2020
NHTSA’s mission to help Americans drive, ride, and walk safely includes ensuring that vehicles and motor vehicle equipment with safety-related defects are recalled and fixed. Recalls Spotlight monitors high-profile recalls and offers consumers resources to find and address vehicle recalls.
Complaint information entered into NHTSA’s Office of Defects Investigation vehicle owner's complaint database is used with other data sources to identify safety issues that warrant investigation and to determine if a safety-related defect trend exists. Complaint information is also analyzed to monitor existing recalls for proper scope and adequacy.
Brief overview of the efforts NHTSA has taken to ensure that every defective Takata inflator is replaced as quickly as possible.
On January 23, 2020, NHTSA and the Independent Takata Monitor released a third report on the state of the Takata air bag recalls.
Make use of Daylight Saving Time to remember to check and see if your car has been recalled for anything.
More Takata air bags are being recalled. This new 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.
Takata Recall Expansion: What Consumers Need to Know
NHTSA's Office of Defects Investigation quarterly metrics for vehicle owner questionnaires, and newly-initiated safety recalls and investigations.
Vehicle Safety Recalls Week focuses on heightened awareness of the importance of checking for recalls twice a year and getting a recall repaired immediately—for free.
List of recalls that have been supported by NHTSA in its history.
An Early Warning Reporting requirement is that all manufacturers of motor vehicles or motor vehicle equipment, including low volume, tires, trailers, and child restraints, submit to NHTSA any determination of a foreign safety recall or other foreign safety campaign if an identical or substantially similar vehicle, trailer, item of equipment, tire, or child restraint is sold or offered for sale in the United States.
Links for South Florida Recall Airbag Event.
If your vehicle is subject to a recall, manufacturers are required to notify you and then fix your car or truck for free. But with cars staying on the road longer and changing hands between multiple owners, it can be difficult to reach and inform the current owner. To be sure, and safe, take these three steps toward a safer vehicle.
When it comes to motor vehicle and equipment recalls, there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach for maximizing completion rates, but there are tactics and strategies to consider.
Make the tradition of springing forward and falling back our new cue for addressing an important safety issue: Checking for vehicle safety recalls.
NHTSA released the Independent Takata Monitor’s fourth report on the state of the Takata air bag recalls
After consulting with NHTSA, Volkswagen will recall vehicles containing certain Takata phase-stabilized ammonium nitrate (PSAN) desiccated air bag inflators. Under the agreement, Volkswagen will recall desiccated Takata PSAN air bag inflators in select Beetle, Beetle Convertible, and Passat vehicles.