March 3, 2010

PROFESSOR BAINBRIDGE: The problem is the driver, not the pedal. “Outside the world of trial lawyers, Democratic congressmen, and their ilk, anyone who’s looked at the problem knows that the vast majority of cases of sudden unintended acceleration are the fault of the driver applying the gas pedal when s/he thinks s/he’s pressing the brakes. Efforts to prove otherwise have proven to be frauds or failures.”

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