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A little reported fact about the braking problem with Toyota's is the ages of the drivers who have had problems. FTA:
The median age is 60.5; the majority of drivers are 60 or older; a third are older than 70. And I left out the case of a driver who was the son of a 94-year-old victim rather than guesstimate his age to be 65. That looks suspiciously like the makeup of Audi sudden acceleration cases, and a lot like driver error to me. Color me skeptical. Very very skeptical.
I'm not saying they don't have any problems to fix, but it's interesting that both Toyota and the NTSB have been unable to reproduce any control system failures after repeated attempts to do so. People are quick to assume it's a big company trying to protect their big profits, but there may be at least some component of operator error at play here...
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