Federal auto safety regulators have hit Honda with two penalties totaling $70 million for failing to report 1,729 deaths and injuries connected to exploding Takata airbags installed in its vehicles and for failing to comply with U.S. laws requiring it report all warranty claims, which can help regulators hone in on larger safety problems and trends. The two $35-million fines are the maximum allowable penalties under current U.S. law and largest amount in fines the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has ever levied against an auto manufacturer. Honda also agreed to a consent order requiring the company to take ... Read More
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