|Statement||editor, Denise M. McMann|
|Series||Transportation issues, policies and R&D|
|LC Classifications||TL214.F8 U55 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||2010026973|
Sudden Unintended Acceleration Redux: The Unresolved Issue. automakers have ignored the real possibility of intermittent and other faults in the electronic systems of today’s automobiles. The reference book, Sudden Acceleration, by Carl E. Nash, of the National Crash Analysis Center at George Washington University, Clarence Ditlow. Sudden unintended acceleration is the most deadly defect in the history of automation. It happens when the car’s electronics cause the throttle to expand wide open. It makes it difficult for the driver to return the car to idle if it remains in gear. Further, it severely limits the ability of the brakes to bring the vehicle under control Author: Tsukasa Azuma. A significant percentage of automobiles that have experienced one sudden acceleration will experience repeat sudden accelerations. Nevertheless, the driver will be told by dealerships that there is no problem with the vehicle because car companies have . Introduction. The term “unintended acceleration” (UA – sometimes called “sudden acceleration”) was coined in the s to describe a type of automobile accident that was attracting considerable attention at the by:
Toyota Unintended Acceleration On Aug , California Highway Patrol Officer Mark Saylor, his wife, daughter and brother-in-law were killed in an uncontrolled acceleration crash in a Lexus ES in San Diego. Unlike the many deadly Toyota sudden acceleration before, this crash was captured on a call made by Mrs . Sudden unintended acceleration (SUA) is an auto defect that makes a car start accelerating without pressing the gas pedal. It is often accompanied by loss of braking power and can usually only be stopped by putting the car in neutral. The SUA defects have caused hundreds of car crashes, Phone: () [PDF] Unintended or Sudden Acceleration in Automobiles (Transportation Issues, Policies and R D) BettyannThill. Follow. From the petition (emphasis added by me) Action: Open this Defect Petition for a grant or deny decision. Summary: On Decem , the Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) received a defect petition by email requesting a defect investigation of alleged sudden unintended acceleration in model year (MY) through Tesla Model S, MY through Tesla Model X, and MY .
Last month, we reported a Florida circuit judge’s extraordinary decision to set aside a civil jury verdict in favor of Ford Motor Company, based on evidence and testimony that Ford had concealed an electronic cause of unintended acceleration from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – and its own expert witnesses. Judge William T. Swigert’s page decision in Stimpson v. The Audi with automatic transmission was the car that brought the term "sudden unintended acceleration" into everyday use. Here's a rare 5-speed-equipped example in a . “Sudden acceleration incidents” (SAI) are defined for the purpose of this report as unintended, unexpected, high-power accelerations from a stationary position or a very low initial speed accompanied by an apparent loss of braking effectiveness. “Sudden unintended acceleration” is the abrupt movement of a vehicle either without intervention from the driver or against their intended control. Some users reportedly experience acceleration even when braked or in reverse mode.