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Tips for Finding Your Perfect Car

Find the Perfect Car for 2021  

Rarely is there a 'one-size-fits-all' approach in life, and that applies to Toyota vehicles, too. Toyota realizes that there are many drivers in the world with diverse needs and preferences. For that reason, the renowned automaker produces cars that are about as varied as a carmaker's inventory can get. If you want a Toyota, you can choose from many body styles that range from heavy-duty work trucks to family-friendly SUVs and sedans to racetrack-inspired sports cars. 

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

Dependable Toyota

Most of the vehicles we drive today are sophisticated and can sometimes be challenging to know how to maintain them. Many drivers are clueless about how every part of the vehicle's systems operates. Although understanding everything about your car is not a requirement, it does prove to be quite useful in helping maintain your vehicle. Here are a few tips you can use to ensure that your car remains dependable.

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5 Things to Do While Covid-19 Social Distancing

Work From Home  

This is a difficult time for our nation. Village Pointe Toyota understands the sacrifices that we are all having to make due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of those sacrifices is social distancing. We know it is hard to be separated from family and friends. Here are five things you can do to lift your spirits while social distancing.

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How to Engage & Release Toyota Steering Wheel Lock?

Steering Wheel Lock

In your new Toyota vehicle there are a number of different features that are designed to keep you safe as well as your vehicle. One such feature is a steering lock system. This will prevent your steering wheel from being able to turn under a number of different conditions. When your ignition is off, your electronic key is not in the vehicle and you try to turn the wheel, the steering will become locked and not move. This safety precaution is designed to keep your front wheels in place while the vehicle is off. This can protect your vehicle’s…

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