CAR CARE NEWS :: MAY 2016

Function Meets Grace with 2016 Highlander

New car

Function Meets Grace with 2016 Highlander

A mid-sized SUV with grace and style and plenty of storage space?

Introducing the 2016 Toyota Highlander. It offers a well-appointed cabin with the comfort of a sedan. Yet, it is rugged enough for a dusty adventure.

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Seasonal service

The Heat Is On: Check Brakes Before Travel

The Heat Is On: Check Brakes Before Travel

Don't wait for summer to find out your brake system can't handle the heat. Temperatures can push components to the brink of failure.

Here's what you need to know before going on your next road adventure.

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Car care

Dressed to Impress: Give Your Tires a Bit of Pizzazz for Spring

Dressed to Impress: Give Your Tires a Bit of Pizzazz for Spring

Audiences never see faded tires during a car show. Jet black tires act like the border of a painting--they enhance the art.
The best part? It really doesn’t take much time or effort to give your tires some pizzazz.

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Accessories

Keep the Sparkle Between Car Washes with Quick Dusting

Keep the Sparkle Between Car Washes with Quick Dusting

Don’t be fooled by the simplicity. Dusting involves more than tossing a cloth on the hood and moving it around.

There’s a good reason no one at an auto show gives the paint a once-over with an old towel or tattered T-shirt seconds before showtime.

Find out why.

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Seasonal driving

USO: 75 Years of Help to America’s Veterans

USO: 75 Years of Help to America’s Veterans

It started as a way to give soldiers some structured down time and a laugh or two.

Seventy-five years later the United Service Organization is vital to providing veterans and active military with essential services. Comedian Bob Hope made the USO famous by performing for troops, but entertainment accounts for only a part of the organization’s mission.

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Before you go

How to Stay on Track By Going Old School

How to Stay on Track By Going Old School

Authentic road trips rely on a creased map stashed in the glove box or seat pocket. GPS navigation is a helpful accessory--like training wheels, or those gutter guards in bowling--but there’s something comforting about holding a hard copy.

You can write on it, spill coffee on it, and it never needs a software update.

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