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Toyota Finally Admits 2 Defects in Automobiles

According to The New York Times, “Toyota said Wednesday that its investigation of about 2,000 vehicles reported to experience sudden acceleration found evidence that sticking accelerator pedals and interference by floor mats — the subjects of two big recalls — did indeed cause some of the incidents.”

This is the first time that Toyota has admitted any fault since they began their recalls after being inundated with complaints about sudden acceleration in their vehicles. NHTSA, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is also conducting its own investigation. Currently, they have not reached a conclusion about the complaints.

Toyota says, however, that most of the cases involving sudden acceleration can be attributed to driver error. A person mistakenly pressed the gas instead of the brake. Others are arguing against this statement. Toyota is being sued over the problems.

Auto defects can cause accidents that are not your fault, resulting in expensive damage and sometimes injuries. If you or someone you  know has been in an accident as a result of an automobile defect, call the Green Bay auto defect attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, by dialing 1-800-2-HABUSH today.

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