Airbags more 'prone to exploding' in humid states, researchers say

If your vehicle has a recall out on Takata airbags, get those airbags replaced soon!

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did some testing back in July and found many of those recalled airbags exploded.

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Drivers are going to be waiting a long time to get their cars fixed, up to two years to get all these airbags replaced.

Researchers say airbags that were more "prone to exploding" came from humid states like Texas.

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In August, airbag maker Takata confirmed a truck carrying its inflators and a volatile chemical exploded in a Texas border town, killing a woman and injuring four others.

The truck crashed, caught fire and exploded on August 22 in Quemado, about 140 miles from San Antonio.

The explosion was so strong, it leveled the woman's home.
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