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Two of the biggest auto recalls in history took place last year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration summary of 2014 recall activity, published today.

They were General Motors’ recall of 5.88 million U.S. vehicles for possibly faulty ignition switches that can disable airbags, and Honda’s recall of 5.39 million for potentially defective Takata-brand airbags.

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