Communicated using the car manufacturers about the safety of their vehicles, appropriate prioritization of this cars, replacement-parts supply and timing, and the safety associated with replacement parts used.
Involved in ongoing outreach using the vehicle manufacturers concerning the adequacy regarding the replacement program, each automobile manufacturer’s efforts to encourage vehicle owners to create cars set for repairs, communications techniques, and conclusion rates.
Communicated with all the replacement parts manufacturers to make sure that (1) the vehicle manufacturers had been making sufficient efforts to have replacement parts, and (2) the companies had adequate manufacturing ability to build enough replacement components to meet up with the due dates NHTSA has established.
Coordinated closely using the Independent Monitor for Takata as well as the Coordinated Remedy to conduct information analysis of recall fix programs, assess innovative outreach and repair methods including door-to-door canvassing, and monitor and assess each automobile manufacturer’s efforts to fix automobiles in the timelines NHTSA established. The separate Monitor engages in substantial outreach using the vehicle manufacturers to assist them in implementing repair that is effective and, to that particular end, has provided several “Recommendations” documents on certain subjects designed to help the automobile manufacturers in improving recall conclusion rates.
Carried out all routine recall oversight activities including overview of first-class mail owner notification letters, review and tabs on recall filings and associated documents, and coordination because of the car manufacturers for alterations in recall campaigns (including amendments, consolidations, as well as other administrative issues associated with each recall). Read More “Investigated Takata’s PSAN air bag inflators and effectively pressured Takata to remember the tens of faulty atmosphere bag inflators it sold.”