We missed this Niedermeyer post from July about the NHTSA-NRC panel on Toyotas and sudden acceleration, which nicely links to all 128 PowerPoint slides, but the only one you need look at is this age distribution chart, which nicely demonstrates what we've been saying all along, and would be even more pronounced if the denominator of "miles driven in a Toyota" were added to the equation.
NHTSA-National Research Council on Toyota "sudden acceleration"
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