(This story is part of a special report on Toyota which can be seen in full at: [ID:nN24250645]) * Toyota loyalists shaken by safety, quality issues * Consumers: Toyota seemed to blame the driver first By Bernie Woodall and Soyoung Kim DETROIT, March 25 (Reuters) - Preston Prue, a retired police sergeant in New York, is a case study in the challenges that Toyota Motor Corp faces in trying to win back trust. Prue, 60, says he was driving near his home in North Syracuse in December ...
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