Not taking a page out of Audi’s playbook, Toyota has decided that the best defense is a strong offense. The risk of the accelerator getting jammed is strictly a problem of unintended loose or ill-fitting floor mats, according to Toyota Bob Carter, general manager of the Toyota-brand division of Toyota Motor Sales USA. Letters are on the way to owners of certain Toyota and Lexus models warning them about the errant mats as part of a safety recall. More certainty after the jump:The Detroit News has this quote on the mat-ter:”"There is no risk of accelerator pedal entrapment in our vehicles in which the driver side floormat is compatible with the vehicle and is properly secured in the factory hooks.” Toyota refuted speculation in the press that other defects might be causing its vehicles to accelerate uncontrollably, citing its own and federal safety studies. “There is absolutely no evidence to support any of these theories,” Period. End of subject. Now go away.