When you park your car in a garage, you generally assume it's safe from head-on accidents. Here's how one man found out that wasn't the case and found out what happens when your Mazda gets a Nissan hat.
A network of blogging mothers offered each of its members $10 to write a positive story about Toyota's recent exoneration by the U.S. government over sudden acceleration and promote similar pieces. After complaints, Toyota says it had nothing to do with the plan. UPDATED
A Utah man and his son's fiancee died earlier this month after his recalled Toyota Camry sped through an intersection into a rock wall. Police say the Camry's gas pedal stuck and, unlike other crashes, there's supporting evidence.
Toyota bought back at least two cars in 2009 after dealer technicians reported unintended acceleration that couldn't be diagnosed, according to new filings in a class-action lawsuit.
Nissan's new ad campaign has the standard cute couples and Hollywood voice (Robert Downey Jr., slumming). It also takes a hard swipe at Toyota's sudden acceleration problems with the world's first commercial touting brake override.
Toyota is concerned dealers are selling used cars without conducting recall-related repairs, according to an internal email leaked to Jalopnik. The same email also warns of Inside Edition conducting "ambush interviews." Why is Toyota worried?