There is a lot of stuff that needs to be considered when purchasing a car for its economy. Obviously, being AutoblogGreen and all, we are concerned with fuel efficiency. Still, a car's mileage or how green it actually may be aren't the only things to consider when it comes to choosing your next vehicle. For instance, when a car is involved in a low-speed accident, how much damage does it sustain? Why does this matter? Besides the obvious dollar amount you would have to spend on getting your car
Here's another unintended acceleration story that I don't believe. According to a TV report out of Tacoma, a Prius driver rammed his hybrid through a gas-station convenience store even though his foot was off the accelerator pedal and he tried hitting both the regular and emergency brakes.