Archive for the ‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

How to Use a Passing Lane

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017
Cars on highway

Whether you’re driving on a two-lane highway or a six-lane highway, knowing how to use a passing lane can make your driving experience much less frustrating (and a little less intimidating, if you’re not used to using them). The good news is that Lexington Toyota is here to help you figure it out! (more…)

How Long is it Safe to Leave My Pet in the Car?

Monday, July 31st, 2017
Dog in glasses

If you’re a pet owner in a pinch, you’ve probably found yourself wondering if it’s okay to leave your dog in the car—just for a minute! Everyone knows it can be dangerous to leave your pet in the car, but what’s the limit? (more…)

Is it Safe to Get Ready in the Car?

Saturday, July 29th, 2017
Car on road

On those days that you’re running late and don’t have a moment to spare, it’s likely that you’ve been tempted to hop in the car and hope that you can finish getting ready on the road… but exactly how safe is this practice? (more…)

Why is Gas Mileage Different in the City and on the Highway?

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017
Dubai Skyline

Manufacturers list three different numbers to identify any given car’s fuel economy: city, highway, and combined. Often, the difference between the numbers for city and highway is significant—and the city MPG is lower. What is it that affects fuel economy when driving in the city? (more…)

How to be a Good Co-Pilot in the Car

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017
Car on road

Summer road trips, visits to college campuses, or just an hour or two to visit Mom and Dad—whether you’re in the car with your sibling or significant other, the time you spend in the passenger seat can make a ride go smoothly and quickly if you know how to do it just right. (more…)

What Does That Smell Mean?

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017
Silver engine

How to Diagnose Weird Smells Coming from Your Engine

When you’re in the driver’s seat and a weird smell crops up, it can be pretty alarming. There are a few smells that can indicate mechanical problems that it’s helpful to be familiar with. Take a look at our list for a quick overview for the sake of you and your engine. (more…)

Tips for Traveling With Pets

Saturday, June 17th, 2017

If you’re a pet owner, you know that sometimes pets are your best travel companions and sometimes they are …not. Here are a few tips for the drives that involve your furry friends. (more…)

Highway Driving Tips

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
Long exposure

Maybe it’s been awhile since driver’s ed, maybe you’ve been on the receiving end of some unfriendly honks lately–no matter the case, everyone can use a few reminders of highway driving etiquette.

Improve Your Parking with a Bird’s Eye View Camera

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
How does the Toyota Bird’s Eye View Camera Work?

Toyota is really stepping up their technology game. Buyers these days can select from a suite of standard and available technology features that will improve the safety and convenience of driving a Toyota. One of the new features that we think will really help to change the way you drive is the Toyota Bird’s Eye View Camera. This camera will literally give you a bird’s eye view of your vehicle and its surroundings. Imagine never having to step out of your vehicle to see how close you are to the curb or to the car behind you after navigating a sticky parking situation. When we saw this technology in use for the first time at Lexington Toyota, we were blown away. Soon after that, we were all wondering how it’s possible to get a picture from above the car. How does the Toyota Bird’s Eye View Camera Work? Keep reading to find out. (more…)

Diagnosing Common Vehicle Fluid Leaks

Friday, April 28th, 2017
Diagnosing the Source of Your Car's Leak

A puddle under your car should always be a clue as to what type of repair or maintenance your vehicle needs. Whether it’s a bright colored substance or appears to be only a few drops, there’s a good chance you’ll need to have something fixed. Check out the following substances you might be seeing under your car and diagnose the part that needs repair or replacement.   (more…)

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