The safety defect has provoked a global recall of around 100 million inflators by more than twelve prominent automakers. The driver endured a serious injury to her trachea in a rear end crash, as per a police report. In June 2016, government regulators said inflators in 2001-03 showed that Honda and Acura vehicles have up to a 50 percent possibility of a perilous airbag inflator break in a crash. Takata said in an announcement for all consumers to check a government site to check whether their inflators have been recalled.

Honda has said no less than 10 deaths and more than 150 injuries in the United States are connected to the inflators in its vehicles. Prior this month, a government judge in Detroit said he wants to name previous FBI Director Robert Mueller to administer about $1 billion in Takata restitution funds as a component of a U.S. Justice Department settlement.  In February, Takata conceded to criminal wrongdoing and had to pay $1 billion to resolve a federal investigation concerning its car airbag inflators.

As a major aspect of the settlement, Takata consented to build up two freely managed compensation funds: one for $850 million to repay automakers for recalls, and a $125 million fund for people physically harmed by Takata’s airbags who have not as of now achieved a settlement. With the criminal settlement and punishments set in the United States, where the greater part of airbag-related fatalities and wounds have happened, Takata is proceeding with its search for a purchaser or budgetary benefactor, a procedure that has delayed for a year. Automakers have recalled 46 million Takata airbag inflators in 29 million U.S. vehicles.

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