Toyota recently recalled 14 of its hydrogen fuel-cell hybrid vehicles being leased in Japan and the U.S. after it was discovered that one of them was leaking hydrogen from its fuel tank. Green Car Congress reports that an unnamed U.S. university leased the vehicle in question and that all 14 were recalled to ensure "all possible measures" were taken to prevent any malfunctioning. Imagine getting that recall letter in the mail saying, "Your vehicle may experience an involuntary release of its hydrogen fuel."
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