USA: Toyota can make agreement in case of unintended acceleration

USA: Toyota can make agreement in case of unintended acceleration

Toyota may be close to an agreement with the federal government of the United States to get rid of investigations into unintended acceleration of its cars. The news was published by The Wall Street Journal.

The newspaper revealed that the Japanese automaker would offer $ 1 billion to the government. Thereby accept responsibility for the case, but if Bookstore possible penalties of any federal convictions.

The same WSJ article brings information that Toyota is also being driven by issuing false or incomplete in several government agencies about possible defects in their vehicles information.

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