Coral Springs, FL, June 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will examine the safety record of auto parts supplied by the Takata Corporation in Japan, the world's second largest manufacturer of automobile parts that focus on passenger safety ... notably expanding air bag assemblies. Sadly, the company's products have been a safety concern for a few years running, due to incidents of these air bags actually exploding and sending shrapnel toward the car's occupants. In the past five years, approximately 10.5 million vehicles from brands like Toyota, Honda and Nissan have had to be recalled in order to replace dangerous air bag assemblies. While automobile manufacturers play with ahead-of-the-curve concepts such as cars that drive themselves, if they want to instill customer confidence in a vehicle that will do it all for the owners, they need to come to terms with some of the cheapest, most long-established technology first.
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