Unintended Acceleration in Toyota Cars
Secretary LaHood and other officials spoke to reporters and answered questions about a study of reported unintended acceleration in Toyota… read more
Secretary LaHood and other officials spoke to reporters and answered questions about a study of reported unintended acceleration in Toyota vehicles. The study found no problems with the electronic systems in the cars, as had originally been suspected as the cause of problems. close
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- Medford, Ron Associate Administrator National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.
- Strickland, David L. Administrator National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.
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