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Toyota Corolla: Airbag recall

Asked by Mari S

I own a 2006 Toyota Corolla hatch. Should I be concerned about the recall overseas of cars with defective airbags that contain shrapnel and have killed and hurt people already? What should I do about this problem and where do I go? Is it safe to still be driving?

Answered by CarsGuide

1 Jun 2015 Paul Gover

The recall continues to get bigger but Toyota spokeswoman Bec Angel says: "There have been no incidents or injuries reported in Australia as a result of this condition. We will be contacting all impacted Toyota motorists in the coming weeks to let them know when parts will be available. Mari should call the Toyota recall helpline on 1800 987 366 to check whether her vehicle is impacted, quoting the Vehicle Identification Number from her car."

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