NAGOYA, Japan – Despite mounting evidence implicating drivers as the wild card in a series of unintended-acceleration allegations that have battered Toyota Motor Corp.’s reputation, the auto maker still considers the phenomenon a problem of its own making. “The safe driving environment consists of the drivers and the (auto) makers and the infrastructures,” Toyota President and CEO Akio Toyoda says. “Those three parties should cooperate.” For its part, Toyoda says the auto maker that ...
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