can I borrow your car
Dear Secretary LaHood:
Thanks for clearing up that little matter about not driving a recalled Toyota. In fact, one of the most distressing effects of this entire recall has been the way that Toyota owners have had to watch this unfolding corporate saga with no clear course of action except to sit and wait.
It’s our safety that’s at risk, after all. Telling us to go to our Toyota dealer for a fix that won’t begin until next week (at the
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So what are my options?
Option 2: I could take public transportation. I already use commuter rail to get to my job in Boston. It takes a half hour to drive to the station. I could walk there, but see problems in option 1.
Option 3: I could borrow my wife’s car (a Toyota that’s also on the recall list for floor mats). But then she
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Option 4: I could rent a car. That could be pricey, since it might be weeks or months before the dealership can fit me in for repairs. Could you get Toyota to foot the bill?
Option 5: I could borrow your car.
I suspect that most Toyota drivers are like me: Worried about the problem, but with no option except to keep driving gingerly until Toyota is ready to fix our cars and trucks.Articles Connexes：