A nearly year-long study conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin., with the help of engineers from the National Aeronautics and Space Admin., finds no instances of unintended acceleration caused by faulty electronics in Toyota vehicles. Flaws discovered were those already disclosed and for which nearly 8 million Toyota and Lexus models have been recalled in the U.S.: sticking accelerator pedals and a poor design allowing for floor mats to trap accelerator pedals. That’s ...

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