In my speech, I mentioned that there were three cases where the manufacturer did not recognize a defect. I'm going to ask Kim Benjamin to expand on that.
You have raised another important point. We want to minimize the wait time for solving a problem. When a defect is observed, sometimes there is no immediate solution, such as when the manufacturer must produce parts in large quantities to correct a defect. This may take time, but we do not want things to drag on when a number of vehicles on the roads have the same defect.
Ms. Benjamin, could you talk about examples where we've had to step in?