In order to hasten the process and protect drivers around the world, Honda Motor Company recently unveiled a plan for an ad campaign that will hit radio, television, and social media in the coming months.
The ads will be focused on 11 high-humidity states, including Florida.
The faulty Takata airbags have an increased risk of exploding inside a vehicle due to high-humidity, and at least six deaths worldwide have been attributed to this issue.
In the United States, about 6.2 million Honda vehicles have been a part of the Takata recall, but only 14 percent of the airbags requiring replacement have been repaired according to the New York Times.
As more drivers seek repairs on their vehicles, replacement airbags are in high-demand. In order to keep up with the amount of repairs, a spokesman from Honda noted the company has contracted with airbag suppliers Daicel and Autoliv.
If you are worried your vehicle may have a Takata airbag, click this link to look up recalls on your vehicle using your VIN.