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Re: Join Live Chat: Junko Yoshida on Toyota Unintended Acceleration Cases; Wed. Nov. 6, 10am PT
B. Benjaminson   11/6/2013 1:41:11 PM
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A company called Quality Control Systems in Md. is keeping track of current Toyota SUA complaints to NHTSA. These complaints are posted on the company's website. The numbers have come down somewhat, but still quite significant, even in new model years. This jives with one of the Toyota documents in which an executive expresses concern in 2010 that the poor quality practices are actually "proliferating." So they are not over.



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