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Feds suggest driver error may have caused runaway Prius in NY

Last week, we told you about an incident in New York involving unintended acceleration in a 2005 Toyota Prius. This accident occurred just after the high-profile case involving Jim Sikes a

Toyota releases preliminary test results in "runaway Prius" case

Second-gen Toyota Prius – Click above for high-res gallery

Is the cause of runaway Prius stories ... other runaway Prius stories?

Second-gen Toyota Prius – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Feds probing Prius' unintended acceleration incident, no new recall issued

The fall-out of yesterday's Toyota Prius unintended acceleration incident in California – a car got up to speeds of over 90 miles per hour in a 20-minute event – now includes an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA has dispatched two investigators to look into what happened, while

Second-gen Prius involved in unintended acceleration incident in CA *UPDATE

Amid all of its other problems recently, Toyota is trying to figure out what, exactly, is wrong with the brakes on the Prius. An incident on the San Diego County freeway makes it look like the second-generation Prius might (repeat, might) be involved in the unintended acceleration issue