Judge James V. Selna has warned jurors in a wrongful death suit about suspicions surrounding Toyota. According to Inside Line, the warning comes tied to the automaker's conduct during an investigation of a 2008 Camry involved in a fatal crash allegedly caused by unintended acceleration. The single-car accident in Utah claimed the lives of the driver, Pual van Alfen, as well as one other passenger.
After receiving more than 3,000 reports of sudden acceleration in Toyota vehicles, the U.S. Department of Transportation has concluded that driver error was actually at fault. According to The Wall Street Journal, investigators anal... Read Post
Sedan, Truck, Recalls, Safety, Toyota 2010 Toyota Camry - Click above for high-res image gallery With its upcoming Capitol Hill hearings only about a week away, Toyota appears to be attempting to tie up any loose ends with the Natio... Read Post
Paul Vanalfen's crashed Toyota Camry - Click above for high-res image gallery A new incident involving a 2008 Toyota Camry is raising concerns about unintended acceleration once again. On November 5, 66-year-old Paul Vanalfen was ex... Read Post