According to a Reuters analysis of recall records submitted to the watchdog and confirmed by the car companies, the number of vehicles on U.S. roads with potentially defective Takata air bags appears to be less than half the 34 million initially estimated by federal regulators. Vehicle manufacturers confirmed to Reuters that bout 16.2 million vehicles — roughly one out of every 16 cars on U.S. highways — may have one or two defective air bags supplied by Japan’s Takata Corp. How many times those vehicles may have to be repaired is still unclear. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Wednesday said it has not counted the absolute number of vehicles, but said it was aware of 30 million potentially defective Takata parts that need to be replaced. The agency's website still referred on Wednesday to the recall of 34 million vehicles with defective Takata parts.
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