From: Mike on 13 Aug 2010 15:27
I guess we can assume you are not one of the older male drivers or woman who
are the majority of Toyota owners ;)
"dbu," <nospam(a)nobama.com.invalid> wrote in message
> In article <46GdndkAI-XOkvnRnZ2dnUVZ_oudnZ2d(a)ptd.net>,
> "Mike" <mikehunt2(a)lycos.com> wrote:
>> What would happen if a shift lever did drop into reverse? Me thinks
>> nothing, unless because of driver error his car was running unattended
>> the parking brake was not properly applied. ;)
>> The question to be answered is WHY so many driver errors with Toyotas and
>> not other brands? Are there a higher percentage of dumb Toyota owners
>> is there a design error in the relative placement of the brake and
>> that confuses Toyota drivers?
> What's the problem?? I've driven a Toyota for seven years and only
> changed oil at the recommended intervals.
>> "hls" <hls(a)nospam.nix> wrote in message
>> > "Clive" <clive(a)yewbank.demon.co.uk> wrote in message
>> >> What about all the vehicles with automatic transmissions that would
>> >> drop
>> >> into reverse if left unattended and were never repaired because it
>> >> would
>> >> bankrupt the company?
>> >> --
>> >> Clive
>> > We in fact dont know what happened. I dont remember specifically what
>> > cars dropped into reverse.. Could you
>> > refresh my memory?