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Monday, April 29, 2019

Takata Airbag Recall Carma Rewards

This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you check if your vehicle is safe and get it corrected.
There have been over 40 million vehicles made by 19 different automakers recalled due to defective Takata airbags. That is not new news. Apparently, though, not enough of the recalled vehicles are getting fixed. To help encourage getting their affected vehicles corrected, Toyota has gone the crowdsourcing route. They are openly paying people to get their friends and family informed about the recall and then get their cars fixed.

The National Highway Trafic Safety Administration (NHTSA) maintains the site to find out information about the recall, but you must know to go visit it. Toyota is trying out the affect of social media on getting more of their cars repaired. And, the good thing about it is anyone can signup, too, no blog required. Just sign up at the Carma Project website and then watch videos and share their pre-written posts to Facebook and Twitter. You do need some place to share to like your Facebook page or Twitter, but they are not limiting this to people with millions or even thousands of followers.

Some time ago I used to drive a Toyota Corolla but thankfully our household vehicles weren't affected by the recall. If you know someone who is, help point them in the right direction. If their vehicles are affected Toyotas, and you convince them to get their vehicle corrected at no cost to them, you can make up to $55 per vehicle. Just signing up on the site and sharing their messages, like the picture up at top of article, will earn you a few bucks.
I haven't tried to cash out yet but apparently it uses Bitmo for the incentives. So far, I have a $5 gift card/code to Domino's Pizza and 400 points (or $4) in Carma Rewards.

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