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Re: Join Live Chat: Junko Yoshida on Toyota Unintended Acceleration Cases; Wed. Nov. 6, 10am PT
Antony Anderson   11/6/2013 1:46:46 PM
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 It might be a good start if the automobile industry recognized that Murphy's Law - whatever can go wrong will - applied to electronics. At present their method of dealing with electronic failures seems to be to blame the driver. Witness the effort to "prove" every incident of sudden acceleration to be due to "pedal error". If they had put in a totally independent fail safe when introducing the electronic throttle we would not be having this discussion now.



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