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CONSUMER CATCH-UP: Toyota implementing new safety fixes, King arthur flour recalls flour for E. coli risk, and new bill aims to protect consumer health data 2 hours ago SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Toyota to implement rollaway, carbon monoxide safety fixes in most 2020 models Automaker Toyota is implementing new safety features to prevent vehicle rollaways and carbon monoxide poisoning.
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About 2,300 people will remain at several locations in California, including the Torrance campus, once the transition to Plano is complete, mainly sales and design staff, Toyota said. (Reporting by.
Toyota Announces Fixes Designed to Prevent Rollaway and Carbon Monoxide Deaths Toyota unveiled new safety features to address vehicle rollaways and engines accidentally left idling. The issues have been blamed for injuries and carbon monoxide deaths, Consumer Reports says.
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DETROIT (Reuters) – Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T> has alerted U.S. safety officials that seat material in several vehicles, including its top-selling Camry sedan, fails to meet fire retardation standards.