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Car manufacturers have warned there are hundreds of vehicle owners in Australia who should stop driving their vehicles immediately because of high-risk faulty Takata airbags.

Vehicle owners and their passengers are being unnecessarily exposed to the risk of death or serious injury because the vehicles have not had faulty airbags replaced.

The high-risk airbags are among nearly

  • 70,000 faulty airbags in vehicles in New South Wales
  • 1,820 faulty airbags in vehicles in the Northern Territory
  • 4,350 faulty airbags in vehicles in Tasmania
  • 39,200 faulty airbags in vehicles in Queensland
  • 11,200 faulty airbags in vehicles in South Australia
  • 68,000 faulty airbags in vehicles in Victoria
  • 4,420 faulty airbags in vehicles in the ACT
  • 18,600 faulty airbags in vehicles in Western Australia

that still need to be replaced as part of an ACCC-mandated compulsory recall.

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Federal Chamber of Automoti