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Add Mercedes-Benz to the Takata Airbag Recall That Continues To Be Ignored by Millions of Drivers

Owners of vehicles equipped with the deadly Takata airbag are rolling the dice with their lives and the lives of their loved ones every time they get in the car

Monday, December 3, 2018 - Mercedes-Benz has become the latest auto manufacturer to issue a recall of its vehicles due to their containing the deadly Takata airbag. The recall, the largest in US history, has expanded to include the 2009-2011 E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet. Call your local dealership immediately if you are driving either of these models of Mercedes-Benz to see if your vehicle's airbags need replacing regardless if you are leasing, renting, or purchased the vehicle on the secondary market. The replacement service, as well as a rental vehicle, is free of charge. Drivers of vehicles subject to the airbag recall are urged to park their vehicles immediately and not to drive them again until the repairs are completed. Dealerships will send a flat-bed tow truck to pick up the vehicle or to make the repairs to the parked vehicle at your residence or place of business.

All of the occupants of motor vehicles fitted with Takata airbags are in extreme danger. The airbag's propellant canister can rupture at any time and without warning and send razor-sharp metal shrapnel throughout the passenger cabin with the force of a grenade. There are 25 confirmed deaths and thousands of injuries including losing an eye and total blindness due to exploding Takata airbags. The catastrophic situation has prompted the automotive industry around the world to issue the largest and seemingly never-ending recall of vehicles fitted with the device.

The Takata airbag recall affects over 100 million motor vehicles, roughly one-half of all motor vehicles on the road today. Automotive manufacturers are required by law to replace all defective Takata airbags by the end of 2020. There is no charge to check to see if you are driving a vehicle with the deadly airbags installed that put you and your family at risk of catastrophic injury or even death. Drivers of vehicles with exploding airbags have died from bleeding to death when shards of metal from the exploding airbags severed the carotid artery in their neck. Hundreds of people have been blinded by being impaled in the eye by a knife-like blade of the shattered airbag's propellant canister.

Millions of people around the world are ignoring the warnings and continuing to drive motor vehicles that contain the deadly Takata airbag. A recent victim of an exploding Takata airbag had ignored six recall notices sent to him and just recently set an appointment to have the airbags replaced, albeit a day or two too late. Ignoring the Takata airbag recall puts the driver and all the occupants of the vehicle at extreme risk. The facial lacerations to a driver when the Takata airbag explodes are so extensive and gruesome that medical and police first-responders assume that a homicide was attempted and that the driver had been shot in the face or that the driver had his/her throat slit with a knife. Victims have lost one or both eyes and have been permanently blinded.

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