Alison Stewart, host of WNYC Radio’s “All Of It” interviews Alexander Brangman to discuss the petition he started on Change.org, “Stop Car Dealers from Being Allowed to Sell Dangerous Recalled Used Cars.”
December 6, 2018
Everyone who buys a car from a licensed dealership deserves a vehicle that is safe. Deadly results can occur when profits are put over lives and consumer protections are eliminated.
Over 154K people have signed Alexander’s petition to stop New Jersey legislation that would allow car dealers to sell dangerous recalled used cars.
Stop Car Dealers from Being Allowed to Sell Dangerous Recalled Used Cars Petition
Jan 16, 2020 — We Won!!! Thanks to your help, car dealers in New Jersey will NOT be allowed to put precious lives at risk in dangerous unrepaired recalled cars. This petition made change with 154,723 supporters!
35,000 cars in New Zealand still have faulty Takata airbag
November 21, 2018
Alexander Brangman discusses his concern with New Zealand Newstalk ZB Radio that lives are being put at risk because people are desensitized to recalls and some automobile manufacturers may be uncooperative. Listen now and see what you can do to help protect yourself and your family regarding Recalled Takata Airbags.
Looking for more information, please see Recalled Takata Airbags in New Zealand – what you need to know
Compulsory Takata Alpha airbag recall in New Zealand – Takata Alpha airbags may fail during a crash, causing explosions and endangering vehicle occupants with potentially fatal consequences. Immediate action is necessary to address any recalls or safety notices issued by the manufacturer – research registration plates or VIN in NZ
NewsTalk ZB in New Zealand on Faulty Takata Airbags
February 28, 2018
Urgent report on airbags, 180,000 vehicles may need replacements in New Zealand. Alexander Brangman speaks on automaker ethics and the urgency to act now to see if your vehicle needs to be fixed for you and your family’s safety.
For information on Safety Recalls, please see Recalled Takata Airbags in New Zealand.