Why we are critical of the handling of the Toyota situation

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Why we are critical of the handling of the Toyota situation

Post by MSI » Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:54 am

We could not have put it better so we will qoute it here since it is also the reason why we have been so critical of Congress & NHTSA about their handling of this whole Toyota mess:
The following is from http://www.autoblog.com:
"Let's make one thing clear. Autoblog is not a cheerleading section for Toyota, or for trial lawyers, TV presenters or politicians with nothing better to do. We'd like to present the information to our readers without unnecessarily frightening anyone."
"We also want to avoid the sort of debacle that happened with CBS and the Audi 5000 in the '80s and NBC with the General Motors side-saddle gas tanks in the '90s. In each of those cases, tests were setup to "simulate" the purported problem, but the tests did not exactly simulate real world conditions and showed unrealistic scenarios."


Please also see and the message from NHTSA on Toyota should be...
Also see the article Analysis: ABC News report shouldn't panic Toyota drivers
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Re: Why we are critical of the handling of the Toyota situation

Post by MSI » Tue Mar 09, 2010 11:02 am

Be sure to also see the thread Toyota Disputes critic Gilbert who blamed electronics for a detailed presentation on the parlor trick used by Gilbert in the shamefull ABC News 'parlor trick' demonstration.
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