Toyota unintended acceleration class notices being mailed out

Fotolia CarA class of approximately 20 million Toyota vehicle owners should begin receiving notices of the $1 billion class settlement, which alleged that Toyota’s much-publicized unintended acceleration problems caused the value of Toyota vehicles to decline.

While denying any wrongdoing, Toyota has agreed to compensate current and former owners and lessees of many Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles.  A list of the models, years covered, paperwork, and important deadlines relevant to making a claim, is available from this website:

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