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Toyota Remote Start FAQs

Remote start systems are convenient for all car drivers but we especially recommend them for anyone who lives in a climate that gets either really cold in winter or really hot in summer. Find answers to commonly asked Toyota remote start questions below like, “how long will my Toyota engine run after I active remote start?” Read the rest of this entry >>

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What do I do if my Toyota Smart Key battery dies?

In recent years, the advancement of technology has added some pretty cool new features to modern cars like push-button start and keyless entry. Now, it’s hard to think back to the times when we needed to rummage through our belongings for keys while our hands were full. However, new technology doesn’t come without some drawbacks. Occasionally, Toyota Smart Keys will stop working. This is usually just a case of dead batteries and is easily resolved by replacements. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Toyota Sienna Offers Factory-Installed Auto Access Seat Option

Toyota believes in mobility for all. That dream shapes everything from their sponsorship dollars to their research and even their lineup of vehicles. Traditionally, car shoppers looking for accessible vans needed to install aftermarket products on brand-name vehicles or choose models from accessible-specific brands that prioritized function over style. Read the rest of this entry >>

Who has the right of way at a roundabout?

Roundabout Rules You Should Be Following

There is something about roundabouts that rubs some drivers the wrong way. However, we think they should be embraced. They reduce traffic congestion and significantly decrease the chances for an accident in busy intersections. Plus, once you understand how they work they are really simple to use. One question we hear asked a lot is – who has the right of way at a roundabout? We answer this along with other roundabout rules you should be following below. Read the rest of this entry >>

What are the best used cars for new drivers?

Vehicle Safety Most Important for Teen Drivers

Whether you are a teen who has scrounged up your pennies or a parent looking for a 16th birthday gift, it’s important to make your budget stretch when purchasing a first car for a new driver. Finding that perfect car requires research and flexibility, but with our help we are confident that you can find a reliable, budget-friendly, and most importantly safe vehicle. So, what are the best used cars for new drivers? Find our suggestions below. Read the rest of this entry >>

How to turn off the tire pressure light on your Toyota

Toyota Camry Tire Pressure Recommendation

Knowing the tire pressure that is recommended for your vehicle is an important part of vehicle maintenance. Under or over inflating your tires can lead to car damage and even unsafe driving conditions. For the 2017 Toyota Camry, Toyota recommends keeping your tires inflated to 35 PSI. For other model years the recommended tire pressure can always be found in the owner’s manual. Many newer cars, including the 2017 Toyota Camry, have a tire pressure sensor that will alert drivers to a low tire. Find more information on tire sensors including how to turn off the tire pressure light on your Toyota, keep reading. Read the rest of this entry >>

What is Lane Departure Warning?

Your Guide to Toyota Safety Sense

In the last few years, innovations in the automobile industry have exploded. Never before have there been so many new features available that were not even possible as few as five years ago. This is especially true when it comes to safety. New innovations always come with a learning curve and the new terminology can be confusing. We wanted to help break down some questions we have been hearing recently at the Ackerman Toyota dealership. What is Lane Departure Warning? What is Toyota Safety Sense? If you are wondering, then keep reading. Read the rest of this entry >>