Do you trust Toyota's findings?
Last month, Southern Illinois University auto engineering professor David Gilbert re-wired a Toyota Avalon to show how runaway acceleration could happen in a Toyota, then testified before a congressional panel, which used his research to castigate Toyota.
On Tuesday, Toyota published its own findings, attempting to discredit Gilbert's conclusions with research produced by Toyota, an independent consultant and a Stanford University engineer.
Which group do you find more convincing? Do you trust Toyota's findings? Weigh in below.
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