If you drive a Toyota, Mazda, BMW, or another import, there's a chance your car's part of a major recall.
That's because of an airbag fault that's been identified in cars from Japanese manufacturer Takata Corporation.
In 2013 Honda said it was aware of a number of deaths, and dozens of injuries related to them. Later that year, more than 3.5 million vehicles manufactured at the company's Mexico plant were recalled.
In 2014 Takata admitted it botched the manufacture of explosive propellants used in the airbags at its Mexican plant. That prompted yet another round of recalls, this time 3 million worldwide.
The company then said moisture may be causing the fault by seeping into the bags and destabilising the propellant.
Last year things continued to get worse for the company.
By early 2015, the recall numbered 18 million vehicles in the United States alone. By the end of the year it was around 34 million.
Worldwide, that number's now 53 million, one of the biggest recalls in history.
At least 10 deaths have been attributed to accidents involving Takata airbags.