U.S. Closes The Book On Toyota's Acceleration Cases

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There's further evidence that electronic throttle systems were not responsible for a number of crashes involving Toyota vehicles in 2009 and 2010. The latest report comes from an independent panel. Following a surge of consumer complaints, Toyota recalled more than eight million vehicles, and its executives testified before Congress.

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