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ACCC Calls For Takata Airbag Owners To Leave Cars At Home

owners of some vehicles in australia equipped with potentially-deadly takata airbags have been advised to leave their cars in the garage until a recall can be performed. the death toll from the defective airbag systems is believed to be 19 worldwide, but the recent death of a man in sydney has brought the issue closer to home. while authorities and carmakers continue to sort the associated recall - which is the biggest recall the world has ever known - australia's competition.
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