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Understanding FWD and RWD Systems

At Toyota of Vineland, we believe that being educated about the benefits and downsides of front-wheel and rear-wheel drive systems can allow people to make an informed decision on the type of car or truck that would be best for their needs. Any questions you have will be answered, and we'll take your driving habits into account when offering advice.

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Safety Features Standard in the New Toyota Camry

The all-new Toyota Camry is once again being recognized as the midsize sedan that is exploding in popularity. Drivers are raving about the following safety features and more.

When the Dynamic Radar Cruise Control feature is set in the Toyota Camry, you are going to do nothing but steer from here out. The system scans the road to see if the buffer is clear, so if a slow-moving vehicle invades the space ahead of you...

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Toyota Corolla Performance

When it comes to performance of a vehicle, this isn't just important because of the power that an engine provides. The performance also has to do with the overall efficiency of a vehicle.

The Toyota Corolla is a vehicle that has been in manufacture for many years. It originally came out in the 1960's and it has been a front runner in the sedan market for a long time. This vehicle currently comes standard with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 132 horsepower and a variable automatic transmission. 

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Active Safety Technology in the 2018 Toyota Tundra

Whether you're driving through slick Vineland streets or you're navigating uneven roads off the beaten path, the 2018 Toyota Tundra will work to keep you safe. This popular full-sized pickup truck is equipped with sensors and a smart computer that works in tandem with numerous components to enhance your driving.

One useful feature is Traction Control. The sensors measure wheel rotation to determine if one of your wheels has lost grip on the road.

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The Toyota C-HR is Built to Protect

The exterior of the Toyota C-HR is sculpted like a valuable jewel, making it an eye-catching addition to your daily commute. Brightening the front are standard halogen headlights that rely on cluster LED Daytime Running Lights to maintain visibility under the sun. The cabin is no less impressive with a diamond-inspired interior and technology that entertains and informs.

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The 2018 Toyota Highlander Blends Comfort with Capability

The 2018 Toyota Highlander is a capable and roomy SUV that offers a slew of attractive features which blend durability with luxury.

The 2018 Highlander provides passengers with plenty of wiggle room. It is capable of comfortably seating up to 8-passengers and features heated second-row captains chairs plus third-row reclining seats. As they ride in comfort, passengers are well protected from excessive road-noise with sound-deadening floor panels and acoustic windshield glass.

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Maintaining Belts and Hoses in Your Engine Is Important

Belts and hoses are small but can cause big problems when they fail, which they eventually will over time. Proper vehicle maintenance will help prevent these important items from causing issues with the engine and save you money over the long term.

The hoses serve the purpose of moving coolants, fuel and lubricants throughout the engine to keep everything moving smoothly and easily and prevent the components from overheating. 

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Gaskets Explained

You probably know that your car has gaskets, but you might not know what they do. If you understand your car's inner workings, you can make better service decisions, so we are happy to tell you more about gaskets.

For cars, gaskets are vital. They form seals between two surfaces. Without gaskets, liquids and gasses would mix in your car's engine and cause it to run poorly. 

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Extreme Temperatures and Your Car Battery

During the winter and summer months, your car battery has to deal with extreme temperatures that can affect lead acid components. For example, you may notice your car is slower to start up during particularly cold days. This is because your car may have a lower CCA and is unable to charge the alternator to turn the engine.

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Checking Your Tires to Avoid Hydroplaning

Even if you only have to drive a short distance, hydroplaning can cause you to have a serious accident. Although it is difficult to think clearly while hydroplaning, it is important to stay calm and not try to slam on your breaks. You want to guide your car in the center of the lane as much as possible.

To make sure that you do not get stuck hydroplaning, you should take good care of your tires. 

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