28.8 million vehicles equipped with potentially deadly Takata airbags have been recalled so far, which are straining resources. Many owners of recalled vehicles could be waiting for months or even years before their airbags are declared safe. California vehicle owners may have an especially long wait due to a low priority on the recall list. At least 10 people have been killed and over 100 have been injured by faulty Takata airbags across the country.

An article from the Los Angeles Times took a look at what people can do in the mean time. Persistent customers were able to get the dealership to offer a rental or loaner vehicle. Unfortunately the process of obtaining a rental car can be fraught with delays, conditions, costs, and deposits, making a frustrating situation even worse.

Car and Driver has a full list of recalled vehicles here. Visit their website to make sure your vehicle is not part of this recall.

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