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Toyota is being sued for an accident that is being blamed on unintended acceleration.
The crash involved a rented 2015 Toyota Yaris. The driver says she couldn't slow the car down after taking an exit off I-10 in California. The Yaris reach … continue reading
Have you checked your RAV4's oil level lately? As in, this week? Seriously ... there's a chance it's incredibly low.
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Toyota doesn't exactly have a sterling reputation when it comes to unintended acceleration.
And so, when Corolla owner Robert Ruginis petitioned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to investigate low-speed surging in … continue reading
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