David Benoit (presumably not the pianist) of the New York Times writing about Ray LaHood’s congressional testimony about the Toyota recall:

Testifying before the House appropriations committee, Mr. LaHood was asked what advice he would give to owners of Toyotas subject to the recall. “My advice is, if anybody owns one of these vehicles, stop driving it, take it to the Toyota dealer because they believe they have the fix for it,” Mr. LaHood said.

Stop driving it and take it to the Toyota dealer? ¬†Presumably, they’d have to drive it to the Toyota dealer? ¬†I’m seeing a giant fleet of tow trucks towing Toyotas to dealers…