State Farm noticed Toyota issues years ago
SUNNYVALE, CA (KGO) -- For Toyota Motor Company, the recalls just keep on coming. Less than a day after announcing braking problems with its 2010 Prius models and recalling 437,000 of them world-wide, the 2010 Camry took center stage.
State Farm, the nation's largest auto insurance company, today said it noticed an uptick in Toyota accelerator problems more than two years ago.
The company reported its findings in 2007 to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which says it has Toyota acceleration complaints dating back to 2003.
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