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Carmaker must take measures

March 5, 2010

By Zoie Ho 

Last month, Toyota issued a  worldwide recall for some vehicles because of a braking system problem.  

Although Toyota was   established in Japan, it has expanded within Asia and into Europe, America and other countries over the years. The result is that Toyota cars are now popular all over the world.  

However, quality control appears to be getting worse. There have been reports of airbags not working properly or exploding.  

If Toyota, as the world  largest carmaker, does not fix the latest problem, customers may begin to lose confidence in the company and switch to other brands.  

 Some of the things Toyota needs to do include:  improve the standards and training of its technicians, stricter quality controls on vehicles leaving its   factories, and increased testing to ensure all safety requirements are met.  

The company has a duty to ensure accidents don’t happen because of the mechanical faults of its cars.

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