@Junko: my guess is that the Oklahoma case will probably lead to a class action where the most that consumers owning the affected Toyota vehicles will get is a recall and replacement of parts. The league of lawyers will of course get much of the monetary settlement!
Junko - I drive a prius. I bought this car not too long after all the news about sudden unintended acceleration 4 years ago. There was a lot of talk about manual error. I can tell you that, after driving the car for 3+ years, there has been about 15 or so instances when the car accelerates wihout my assistance - not too much but nonetheless an acceleration. I have learned to manage that. I still like my prius.
X is the 24th alphabet. There are 24 cases. What a coincidence!
When NASA found a bug in toyota electronic throttle system (ETS), did the team take consideration of the complete system? For example, if the driver is slamming the brake, will the ETS be triggered to stop?
This case is definitely interesting given Toyota has been slamming multiple times in the last few years.
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