23 Apr Takata Airbags Still Pose a Danger
If you have a Takata airbag, it is important to know that Takata air bags still pose a danger. Honda claims there are still more than 60,000 vehicles with faulty airbags that have a 50/50 chance of exploding and severely injuring a driver during a minor automobile collision. In some states, it is difficult to locate the owner of a vehicle that has changed hands several times. The change in ownership, coupled with customers ignoring recall warnings or assuming a prior owner had the airbag replaced, has left many drivers vulnerable. Fixing the issue is free to vehicle owners simply make a service appointment with their local car dealer. The Rana Law Group strongly encourages you to check online and see if your vehicle is part of the recall because it could save your life.
Find out if your air bag is under recall here. Since Takata air bags still pose a danger, it is easy to determine if your vehicle is part of the recall and then go to the dealership to get the air bag replaced.
There is currently an active class action lawsuit against Takata, the company that sold the airbags to the automakers. Follow the link to find out if you qualify.