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story.lead_photo.caption An accelerator pedal from a Toyota vehicle is tested during a news conference at the company’s U.S. sales headquarters in Torrance, Calif., in March 2010. - Photo by Bloomberg News / TIM RUE

The nation’s top automobile safety regulator is ill-equipped to detect problems with high tech electronics that are increasingly commonplace in today’s cars, according to the conclusion of a government study released last week.

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Business, Pages 21 on 01/23/2012

Print Headline: High-tech vehicles leaving regulators in dust, study says

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