<VV> Toyota - no Vair

shortle shortle556 at earthlink.net
Thu Aug 12 16:21:37 EDT 2010

And the beauty about something like this is in addition to the rare, real instances of this happening Toyota will now have every "loose wingnut" customer showing up at their dealerships imagining things wrong with their cars that they will want fixed for free. Human nature.
Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado
10 Years I worked in a Volvo new car dealer and it was an experience

-----Original Message-----
>From: RoboMan91324 at aol.com
>Sent: Aug 12, 2010 1:51 PM
>To: virtualvairs at corvair.org, kenpepke at juno.com
>Subject: <VV> Toyota - no Vair
>The ongoing investigation into Toyota's unintended acceleration problem and 
>cover up indicates that they have known of the problem since 2003.  In 
>addition, there are reports from their own dealership mechanics confirming 
>customer's complaints of this problem.  
>Yes, I suspect that many, if not most, of the problems are due to driver 
>error but there is confirmation of both a real problem as well as a cover up.
>In a message dated 8/11/2010 3:24:18 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
>virtualvairs-request at corvair.org writes:
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2010 20:21:14 GMT
>> From: "kenpepke at juno.com" <kenpepke at juno.com>
>> Subject: <VV> Toyota - no Vair
>> To: virtualvairs at corvair.org
>> Message-ID: <20100811.162114.29122.0 at webmail02.dca.untd.com>
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>> Uh, yes ... there are a lot of dumb drivers. However, the article 
>> indicates of the reported incidences more than half might be driver error.  That 
>> would lead one to realize something less than half were NOT driver error.  
>> That is a lot of vehicle errors, even for Toyota.  Years of junkyard 
>> experience tells me that Toyota quality has been add by their advertising 
>> department from the beginning.   
>> Ken P 
>> >From the attached article:
>> And in more than half of the crashes blamed on sudden acceleration 
>> analyzed by the government, data from the vehicles&#65533; &#65533;black boxes&
>> #65533; show the driver was not stepping on the brake at the time of the 
>> accident&#65533;indicating that driver error may have been at fault.
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