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Is the Takata Airbag Defect Still Hurting Consumers?

  Have you heard of the Takata airbag recall? If not, here are some facts you need to know. It’s the largest automotive recall in history affecting a wide array of automakers from Acura to Tesla, and the results of this defect could be deadly. Since 2009, the number of deaths has slowly risen, and that’s only the deaths we…
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Do Manufacturers Knowingly Release Vehicles with Defective Auto Parts?

Auto manufacturers in the US have a history of releasing vehicles with parts that cause catastrophic or fatal injuries. In some cases, manufacturers even knew about the defects and chose to release the vehicles anyways. The Ford Pinto and GM’s ignition switch are examples of manufacturers knowingly releasing vehicles with defective auto parts. Ford developed the Pinto in the late…
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