NHTSA Faces Scrutiny over Recalls

With two major recalls sweeping the nation very recently, the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) has come under close scrutiny. The GM ignition switches and Takata airbags that spurred the recall of millions of vehicles cost the lives of dozens of people, leading officials to examine why these issues were overlooked for so long. Evidence suggests that the NHTSA was aware of the GM defect as early as 2007, but failed to take decisive action.

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Honda’s Takata Air Bag Recall Woes Continue

In 2014, Honda has initiated a massive recall of vehicles, centered around the dangers of airbags manufactured by Takata. This month, the company added about 3 million more cars to the existing list vehicles included. This addition stems from Honda expanding the previously regional recall to the entire country.

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