More Drama Ahead!

The Prius incident in Southern California trumped Toyota’s PR move to discredit Dr. Gilbert’s test on a Toyota Avalon and his congressional testimony.  Now, it increasingly appears that the Prius incident may have been a hoax.  (I also believe that that a good number of SUA reports after the “fixes” made  by Toyota may not be legitimate and have hinted at that in earlier posts).   Now, every time a SUA incident is reported, the question would automatically come up, as it should.     However, based on many different credible accounts, there certainly appears to be a sudden and sustained unintended acceleration problem.   We now unfortunately have to peer through the fog of misleading reports.    While Toyota may be happy in one sense to see some reports being seen as hoaxes, this would keep the story alive in the media, which is not good for them.


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