When it comes to safety, most people think of Volvo, a luxury car brand from northern Europe and Sweden, which is famous for its safety. Now it’s recalled because of a fatal accident caused by defective airbags. On November 9, according to foreign media reports, a US regulatory document showed that Volvo was recalling 540000 vehicles in the United States because of defective airbags and one fatal accident. < / P > < p > this recall involves Volvo’s 2001-03 S80 and S60 models, which are mainly sold or registered in the states with high humidity in the United States. The reason for the recall is that when the airbag is opened, the front airbag inflation device on the driver’s side may break, causing metal debris to splash. < / P > < p > according to Volvo’s regulatory filings, the company will replace the original inflator with modern propellants and inflators, with replacement parts expected to be in place by March next year. < / P > < p > it is worth mentioning that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) confirmed on Saturday that the ZF / TRW fg2 double driving air bag inflation device with propellant 5at-148n exploded, killing one person. < / P > < p > in fact, NHTSA and Volvo have been discussing this issue since August 2019, and currently NHTSA and Volvo are collecting and reviewing data from other vehicles to determine if additional measures are needed. < / P > < p > in addition, ZF group, a supplier of charging pumps, said on Saturday that Volvo first notified the incident in August 2019 and ZF “immediately informed NHTSA and started investigating the incident with Volvo.” ZF further said the company “will continue to work closely with NHTSA and Volvo on this issue.” Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen