US: NHTSA/NASA study exonerates Toyota’s electronics

The ten-month study of potential electronic causes of unintended acceleration in Toyota vehicles, carried out by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), with NASA engineers, has cleared Toyota's electronics of causing instances of sudden unintended acceleration (SUA). "NASA engineers found no electronic flaws in Toyota vehicles capable of producing the It’s time to log … Continued

The ten-month study of potential electronic causes of unintended acceleration in Toyota vehicles, carried out by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), with NASA engineers, has cleared Toyota's electronics of causing instances of sudden unintended acceleration (SUA).

"NASA engineers found no electronic flaws in Toyota vehicles capable of producing the

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