Toyota Recalls reach an All time High, August 4, 2014

Toyota and Lexus vehicles face recalls showing problems with electronical throttle control. Issues of sudden high-speed in acceleration has caused numerous accidents with brake control and mechanical engineering from car repair.

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that many vehicles encountered unintended acceleration. An initial pressing on the accelerator causes a sudden impulse of the brake pedal to move forward.

119 deaths were attributed to the Ford-Firestone recall in the U.S. CBS reported in 2010 that there were 89, while the Los Angeles Times added 105 deaths, according to the Chicago Tribune article by Robert Duffer published on April 4, 2014.

General Motors has recalled over 6.3 million vehicles. Toyota decided to recall 3.8 million cars and trucks in October 2009. Toyota Motors has reached $1.2 billion to the U.S. Government to spend on recall repairs. Studies have shown that all weather floor mats from Lexus raises concern on implications of possibly being in the way of the accelerator, according to a Car and Driver issue published on June 2011.

1.5 million Toyota recalls were reported in 2013. As of January 2010, 21 deaths were alleged due to the pedal problem since 2000.

Toyota has recalled nearly 8 million vehicles in the United States for these two defects of “sticky” accelerator pedals and unintentional acceleration. The NHSTA in 2011 has proposed to have brake override systems and the operation of keyless fatal ignition systems, according to a NHSTA article by Olivia Alair published on Feb. 8, 2011.

Solutions to the matter of mechanical engineering exceed to make matters worse with computer system generators and test driving.

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