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Why Are Toyota Vehicles So Reliable?

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Toyota is one of the most popular automakers on the market. While the brand is recognized worldwide for many great features, one of its best assets is reliability. Over the years, Toyota has earned a reputation as an automaker that consistently produces some of the most reliable and long-lasting cars on the road. For Toyota, the secret to success is not racing to be the first to market with new products, and it's not selling the fanciest new cars. Instead, Toyota takes a practical approach to its car construction philosophy.

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Child Safety Seat Tips You Can't Afford to Ignore

Even if you think you know everything there is to know about car seats and driving with young children, there are several prevailing myths out there that many parents have unwittingly come to believe are fact. This is the reason why Buckle Up for Life, a national education program presented by Toyota and Cincinnati Children's, recently came up with a list of the top five myths (and the facts that prove them wrong) to help parents better protect their children.

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Dependability Study Winners Make Great Used Cars

Is reliability one of the things you want most out of your next used car? If you’d like a vehicle that won’t have lots of costly mechanical problems, J.D. Power’s Dependability Study winners are a good choice for you. The best part is that award winners are selected based on surveys taken by actual vehicle owners, who document how many or how few problems they’ve had with their cars.

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Is Idling to Warm Up My Car in Winter Really Necessary?

When cold weather hits, most of us sit in our cars longer, letting them idle to warm up the engine. But is this seasonal habit necessary or is the idea of needing to warm up cars a myth? Recently, several articles have been published on this subject. Some say that newer cars don't need to be warmed up, while others insist that idling is a good idea for both new and old vehicles. Read on to hear opinions from both sides.

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