That was a direct quote, verbatim and unedited. I did not post the whole damn thing however because anyone can go back and read it, and I hate it when an entire quote string is posted ad nauseam. And I always take responsibility for my postings and comments. What's more, I made no mention of unattended acceleration; Toyota has had MANY recalls of late for a variety of things which have not resulted in any deaths. but which HAVE resulted in a loss of consumer confidence and reputation. The point was that Nissan should be especially cognizant of keeping silent in light of such things, considering what it did to Toyota. YOU were the one that choose to make that acceleration connection, not me. 'Nuff said.
jamesanne wrote:A reasonable person would pull off the road and evaluate what is occurring, consult available documentation (owner's manual), and possible use the included roadside assistance.
From page 6-4 Stopping the vehicle
1. Safely move the vehicle off the road and away from traffic...
mogur wrote:Right. Everyone always consults the owner's manual every time they have a problem with their car... If they can even find it! And certainly WHILE they are driving!
Do not miss quote and obscure what I have written. I suggest you take responsibility for your own comments that made the news today. Comparing a restart safety system activation to Toyotas uncontrolled acceleration, where people died, is irresponsible and grandiose. I have been quite disappointed in the many assumptions and exaggerations that are made by some in this forum. Common sense goes a long way, if you are having a problem contact Nissan. Turning the car off and on, disconnecting the battery, doing the hokey pokey, performing an exorcism, etc are not likely to fix the problem. When I spend $35k+ on a new car, when there is a problem I bring it in so that it can be fixed.
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2019 Model 3; LR, RWD, FSD, 19" Sport Wheels, silver/black; built 3/17/19, delivered 3/29/19.