Compassionate Corporatism

by Mr Juggles

From a WSJ article [subscription] describing the problems that blind pedestrians have in sensing oncoming hybrid vehicles (due to their quiet operation:

Toyota spokesman Bill Kwong says he wasn’t aware of the issue and believes that the responsibility lies with drivers and pedestrians to watch out for each other. Mr. Kwong adds, “One of the benefits of the vehicles is that they don’t contribute to traffic noise.”

[Ed: our emphasis]

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