NEW YORK – The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. so far has received only three event-data-recorder readers from Toyota Motor Corp., top official David L. Strickland says. The Japanese auto maker has promised to put 100 of the readers into the U.S. market following two massive recalls surrounding reports of sudden-unintended acceleration involving a number of Toyota and Lexus models. Strickland says NHTSA would like to have enough readers to distribute around the country to help ...
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