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High Resale Value Means 2017 Toyota Tundra Pays Off in the Long Run

Every Temple-area driver has their own reasons for buying a Toyota Tundra. For some, it's a family vehicle: a spacious CrewMax cab to haul the kids, and a 5.5-foot bed for hauling their recreational gear. Others use it for work, opting for a smaller cab and 8.1-foot Long Bed to maximize the soil, lumber, and equipment they can carry.

No matter what your reasons for owning a truck, it pays to choose a Tundra. That's because, according to ALG, it has the highest resale value of any full-size pickup.

In simple terms, "resale value" is the…

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Using Toyota Safety Sense Pre-Collision System


Most new Toyota models are equipped with a suite of active driver assist features called Toyota Safety Sense. These use sensors and advanced computers to semi-autonomously help drivers:

  • Avoid frontal collisions
  • Stay in their lane
  • Improve visibility at night

One of the most important features of Toyota Safety Sense is the Pre-Collision System. This system detects vehicles in front of your car, and gives a warning if it calculates that a collision is likely. If the driver brakes, the vehicle may assist with increased braking force to shorten the stopping distance in emergencies. If the driver does not brake, the…

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Toyota Motor Corporation — 60 Years and Counting

Did you know that the Toyota Motor Corporation was established in the United States over 60 years ago in 1957? That's right! Over that time, the automaker has refined its engineering practices by inventing innovations that would help define the modern driving experience. They are a leader within today's competitive automotive market for this reason. See what got them to such great heights...

 

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Routine Tire Rotation Will Save Your Tire’s Life

It is highly important to rotate your tires regularly. We are talking about the rotation of your tires from the front axle to the rear axle. It's no secret that tire tread wears down over time and becomes less reliable out on the road. Routine rotation will slow down the loss of tread over time. There are a lot of collisions that occur each year, so you want to try and keep your vehicle in as safe a condition as possible. This can get helped by properly maintaining and monitoring your vehicle’s tires...

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Practices to Keep in Mind for A Safe Driving Experience

There are many things that the drivers need to consider to drive safely, such as ensuring that the rear and side mirrors are adjusted correctly and that the seat belts are on. Make sure that you make it a habit never to drive under the influence and that you are well-rested before you start driving. Even if you are operating properly, there are others that might not, so keep a watch on your surrounding and see how others are driving...

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What Do You Think: Should You Lease Your Next Car?

If you are considering whether you should buy or lease your next car, you need to think about your specific circumstances. Both options of buying and leasing a car can be great options, but only one may be right for you.

If you are short on cash for a down payment, you may have a hard time receiving a loan to buy a car. In that case, leasing makes sense. You can also usually get the lowest possible monthly vehicle payments when you lease...

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What? Check My Brakes? My Car Is Nearly New!

You haven't had your car for very long, and yet, your maintenance schedule says it's time to check your brakes. In fact, your warranty limits your mileage before you have your brakes inspected and adjusted. Failure to do this may invalidate part of your car's warranty...

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