A total of 1.8 million faulty Takata airbags still have to be replaced in vehicles used in Australia, the consumer watchdog says, with the recall likely to run until 2020.
Toyota does not appear to be issuing notices to its customers who have cars with defective Takata airbags – until the customers themselves contact the company.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has warned drivers of cars that have defective Takata airbags to have them replaced if possible before undertaking road trips in the holiday season.
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