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Tom Toles. Books by Tom Toles. Trivia About Duh And Other O No trivia or quizzes yet. We have undertaken numerous analyses of adverse events data in the pharmaceutical industry and find that we can apply similar statistical techniques and methodological approaches to automotive safety analysis. In addition, MedWatch is subject to reporting biases, including variability in report quality, under-reporting, and reporting rates affected by media coverage and litigations.
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Similarly, to infer vehicle safety, investigators with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration NHTSA often rely on data from voluntary complaints filed by transportation safety authorities and car owners with different driving habits and varying levels of interest in reporting complaints. Nonetheless, they offer a useful starting point from which to develop research hypotheses about auto safety data.
Reports of unintended acceleration of some Toyota models have prompted consumer safety concerns, wide-ranging product recalls, and Congressional scrutiny. But are Toyotas really less safe than other vehicles?
Duh: and other observations by Toles by Tom Toles
Our study covered to , prior to the spike in reporting about unintended acceleration. Because it is based on voluntary reports, the data set did not include all vehicle complaints and associated deaths. Furthermore, it did not distinguish the characteristics of Toyota versus non-Toyota drivers on potentially important dimensions, including safe driving habits.
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