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Takata Corp Airbag Recall Just Got Bigger

Rubric: Sharp | 2 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Takata Corp Airbag Recall Just Got Bigger

Air bag defect spurs recall of newer Nissan Infinitis. DETROIT (AP) – Nissan says it’s recalling more than 1,800 Infiniti SUVs in the U.S. for an air bag problem that could send shrapnel into the passenger compartment.About 14 million older vehicles have been recalled in recent years because air bags made by the Takata Corp. can explode in a crash, shooting pieces of metal into the cabin. A safety flaw in Takata Corp. (7312) air bags prompted a new automobile recall even as U.S. regulators questioned whether the company is moving quickly enough to produce replacement parts to repair previously recalled cars.A Toyota Motor vehicle with an inflated air bags after a crash test at the company’s ...

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Takata discloses air bags with a new flaw were made from 2008-2014

Rubric: Sharp | 2 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Takata discloses air bags with a new flaw were made from 2008-2014

Air bag defect spurs recall of newer Nissan Infinitis. About 14 million older vehicles have been recalled in recent years because air bags made by the Takata Corp. can explode in a crash, shooting pieces of metal into the cabin. A safety flaw in Takata Corp. (7312) air bags prompted a new automobile recall even as U.S. regulators questioned whether the company is moving quickly enough to produce replacement parts to repair previously recalled cars.A Toyota Motor vehicle with an inflated air bags after a crash test at the company’s Higashifuji Technical Center in Susono city, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan, in 2011.Nissan Motor Co. is recalling a small batch of Infiniti luxury vehicles made ...

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Infiniti QX56 And QX80 Recalled For Airbag Shrapnel Worries

Rubric: Sharp | 1 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Infiniti QX56 And QX80 Recalled For Airbag Shrapnel Worries

Air bag defect spurs recall of newer Nissan Infinitis. About 14 million older vehicles have been recalled in recent years because air bags made by the Takata Corp. can explode in a crash, shooting pieces of metal into the cabin.A safety flaw in Takata Corp. (7312) air bags prompted a new automobile recall even as U.S. regulators questioned whether the company is moving quickly enough to produce replacement parts to repair previously recalled cars. A Toyota Motor vehicle with an inflated air bags after a crash test at the company’s Higashifuji Technical Center in Susono city, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan, in 2011.Nissan Motor Co. is recalling a small batch of Infiniti luxury vehicles made ...

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NHTSA Steps Up Inquiry Into Defective Takata Air Bags

Rubric: Sharp | 30 Oct 2014 | no comments yet »
NHTSA Steps Up Inquiry Into Defective Takata Air Bags

AutoNation stops selling cars with Takata air bags. More than 18 months after Honda Motor Co. (7267) and other automakers conducted a national recall to fix exploding air bags, U.S. regulators are stepping up their inquiry of how much progress has been made to replace the parts. DETROIT (AP) — U.S. auto safety regulators are telling a company that made faulty air bags to manufacture replacement parts faster and do more testing to find out what’s causing the problem.The nation’s auto-safety regulator wrote car makers urging them to accelerate efforts to repair the about 7.8 million vehicles on the nation’s roadways with air bags that can explode with too much force.While Takata management, ...

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GHSA report shows bicycle fatalities have increased 16% in recent years

Rubric: Sharp | 28 Oct 2014 | no comments yet »
GHSA report shows bicycle fatalities have increased 16% in recent years

Bicycle Fatalities Increasing in California, New Report Says. Bicyclist deaths have been on the rise nationwide in the past few years, and one of the biggest jumps was seen in California — where 338 people died while biking between 2010 and 2012, according to a new study that also looked at some common factors in the deaths. In its annual Spotlight on Highway Safety: Bicyclist Safety report, the Governors Highway Safety Association found that Illinois rounded out the five states with highest rates of bicyclist fatalities.If you are going to be killed by a car while riding a bicycle, there’s a good chance you are male, older than 20 and living in California or Florida.IOWA CITY — A new ...

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