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Keeping Safe in the Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra looks like a tough full-size pickup that can protect you on any job site. But its safety runs more than skin deep. It boasts driver-assist technology to prevent accidents.

One such feature is the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection that checks the road ahead for potential problems. It then warns you if a collision is imminent whether the hazard is a vehicle or a person crossing the road. If you step on the brakes, Brake Assist applies additional force to help you out. If you don’t react in time, it can engage the brakes automatically to…

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Comfort Reigns Inside the Toyota Camry

Even at first glance, the Toyota Camry delivers power from its aggressive front grille, sleekness from its aerodynamic body, and sportiness from its quad chrome tips. Its interior exudes comfort from well-crafted details.

Your and your front passenger can enjoy the feel of available leather trim and contrast stitching on front-row seats that can be power adjusted in eight ways for ultimate customization. Available built-in heating makes cold days more pleasant. Those in the rear get the same pleasures from supportive and dynamic construction as well as their own available rear vents.

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Choose a New Toyota Tundra for Proper Truck Safety

This year's 2018 Toyota Tundra is just as impressive as previous years, but there are even more additions and upgrades that are setting this vehicle apart from all of its other competitors. You get a ton of power along with great fuel efficiency, plenty of interior space for your passengers and great exterior styling. Along with all of the things that are aesthetically pleasing, you will also find all of the latest and greatest safety features around.

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Stay Safe and Legally Compliant with Headlight Replacements

When you think of things you cannot live without functional headlights are likely high on the list. Without working headlights, you can't see, and no one can see you. Don't let a failing headlight put you on the sidelines; come to John Harvey Toyota for headlight service or replacement instead.

When your vehicle's headlights and bulbs are working correctly, you're less likely to be involved in a traffic accident. Your vehicle will be more visible, and your intention to stop, turn or indicate a hazard will be clearly shown. When your headlights are broken, or they…

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Why You Need To Be Aware of Move Over Laws

Have you ever been behind or near a car that breaks down o the highway? You may be concerned as you see other cars speeding past on the highway, especially if the vehicles are close to your car. When vehicles actually slow down and give other cars the chance to change lanes you may feel a little safer. That's why you should try your best to adhere to move over laws so that you can help to put other drivers at ease.

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4WD or AWD: Can't Decide Which One To Get?


We understand. You're looking just buy a vehicle, and suddenly, you are suddenly ambushed these new terms, "Four-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive."

So, the question is, "What's the difference?" At John Harvey Toyota, we get that these terms sound too oddly similar. So, let's fix that.

So Do I Need A Car with a 4-Wheel Drive?
  • Do you live in a climate where it actively snow, and there's 6-8 inches of snow? Well, having a vehicle with Four-Wheel Drive is a life-saver for you.
  • Do you like driving off-road, in the dirt, with preferably a truck…
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Myths About Maintenance

After deciding between all the different options and purchasing your new vehicle, the next subject to tackle is maintenance. Many drivers apply old rules of maintenance to their new car and this is just a waste of money.
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Worn Treads Equal Frayed Nerves


Worn tire treads are illegal in most states, contribute to poor vehicle response under adverse weather conditions and contribute to tire failure. Car owners can independently check the condition of their tires with any of the following efficient tests.

Check tread wear indicator bars. These run perpendicular to treads across the tire in between the grooves at 2/32 inches. If found flush with treads, it is time to replace tires.

Second, a tire tread gauge, which can be purchased at a general auto parts store.

Third, the longstanding penny test. Start with the insertion of a...
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Why You Need Winter Wiper Blades

So as we all know when the seasons change we have to make some changes to our vehicle to get it ready for freezing temperatures and severe driving conditions. One of the critical things that we need to change is to change our wiper blades to winter wiper blades. Now you may be thinking wiper blades?

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