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Toyota Faces Fine Over Floor Mats

Toyota will pay 17-point-four million dollars to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Parris Boyd - 12/19/2012 7:17 AM
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"...a tiny fraction of Toyota's earnings... without admitting any violation of the law." Another cushy deal from the Recall King's friends at NHTSA. I learned my lesson about Toyota's lousy products, service, and equally lousy attitude toward customers when the engine disintegrated in my MR-2 Spyder, and I discovered that Toyota had been stonewalling about the issue for years. At least the public is getting a more realistic impression of the "Toyota Way," and I've been blogging about Toyota at http://www.uc2.blogspot.com
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