Faulty Takata Air Bags Still in Use! Run VIN Decoder to Check Your Car

CNBC reports that still too few cars with lethal Takata airbags have been returned for recall. The issue concerns 2006 Ford Rangers and Mazda B-Series Trucks. The Takata airbags installed in these cars contain chemicals which can explode with dangerous force. According to CNBC, over 50 million of Takata airbags have been recalled in the United States and many millions more around the world.

The owners of these cars should immediately contact their car manufacturers. The vehicles will be towed and repaired for free. There are concerns that the recalled vehicles are not returned quickly enough, and that might mean, that some car owners still are not aware of the recall.

Are you at risk?

How can you be sure if the issue concerns your car? You can use a VIN decoder to access your vehicle’s recall history. Your car’s VIN contains a lot of useful information about your vehicle, also about any recalls ever made concerning faulty mechanisms.

Defective Takata airbags have already caused 22 deaths and 180 injuries. That is why ESP Data Solutions, Inc. was one of the first companies to offer potential victims their VIN decoding services for free. It is of utmost importance that the owners of recalled cars seek help immediately to avoid death and injury.

If the issue may concern your car, but you are not sure, use ESP Data’s VIN decoder to check your vehicle’s recall history. VIN is a seventeen-character-long number identifying your car. It can be found on your registration card or as a sticker inside your car.