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Millions of Takata airbag recalls remain unfixed

Twenty-two people have died as a result of faulty Takata-made airbags throughout the world. However, this is probably not the end of the death toll, as millions of vehicles with faulty and dangerous Takata airbags remain unfixed on the road. Not only do these cars represent a deadly risk to their drivers and passengers -- because of the way Takata airbags can explode and shoot hot-metal shrapnel like bullets coming out of a bomb into the bodies of their victims -- but when they strike, they leave a tragic mark on the families, relatives, friends and community members who were close to their victims.

7 common reasons for a semitruck crash

Most semitruck drivers are responsible operators who follow the rules and deliver their cargo as safely as possible. However, some select drivers are cavalier, reckless and break every rule in the book. These drivers endanger other people on the road, and sometimes they cause fatal and catastrophic crashes.

Why can't government regulators recall dangerous firearms?

If the federal government can order the mandatory recall of defective vehicles, why can't it order the mandatory recall of defective and potentially deadly firearms? At this time, as a matter of law, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) -- and for that matter, no government agency -- has the power to demand the recall of a defective gun.

Which is more dangerous: Plane travel or car travel?

Every time a dangerous event happens on an airplane, every time there's a crash -- and every time there's a near crash -- it seems to make the headlines. This creates a false sense of danger surrounding airplane travel. Indeed, when something goes wrong on a passenger jet, the consequences are horrendous -- but how often does this actually occur?

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