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Why Rockwall Drivers Should Use Synthetic Motor Oil

Synthetic motor oil differs from conventional oil, which is simply refined crude oil, in that it is formulated from scratch in a laboratory setting. If you ever used a chemistry set, combining molecules to create new molecules, that's more or less how synthetic oils are made.

The advantage is these synthetics lack any impurities. Even though conventional (or "mineral") oil is highly refined, it still...

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Why Rockwall Drivers Should Use Synthetic Motor Oil

Synthetic motor oil differs from conventional oil, which is simply refined crude oil, in that it is formulated from scratch in a laboratory setting. If you ever used a chemistry set, combining molecules to create new molecules, that's more or less how synthetic oils are made.

The advantage is these synthetics lack any impurities. Even though conventional (or "mineral") oil is highly refined, it still...

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2018 Toyota C-HR Designers 'Weren't Afraid to be Polarizing'

There is one big question in life you'll have to ask again and again: Do I play it safe, or take a risk? Playing it safe might spare you from trouble, but it will also keep you from aspiring to something great.

When it comes to designing a new car, Ian Cartabiano of CALTY Design Research studio is all about risks. He explains that for the 2018 Toyota C-HR, "we weren’t afraid to be polarizing. We took the challenge to stand out, and create something more exciting and dynamic."

Just visit us at Toyota of Rockwall and you…

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Early Reviews of 2018 Toyota Camry Show Added Sophistication and Fun

 

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The unveiling of the 2018 Toyota Camry electrified both its fans, and the automotive industry at large. For years now, the iconic midsize sedan has evolved beyond its roots as a tried-and-true family car that’s built to last, and begun to inject a sportier and evocative experience. But how well does it deliver? While we won’t get a complete answer until the first drive reports emerge, an early report from MotorTrend is quite telling.

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Windshield Repair for Your Vehicle is Necessary if You Have a Chip or Crack

One of the most important but fragile parts of any vehicle is the windshield. This is a long glass structure that allows you to see the road as well as get protection from the outside elements. Since the windshield gets made out of glass, it is very likely to crack and break if it makes contact with various items. With any windshield, you will likely make contact with a number of things such as dirt, debris and some other heavier objects. Whenever you make contact with these objects, the windshield will weaken and eventually crack...

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Driving Safely Can Save Your Life and Those Around You

Whether you have been driving for two years or you have been driving for twenty years, it is incredibly important to make sure you always drive the safest you can. You need to constantly be checking your surroundings, keeping your eyes on the road, follow the speed limits and adjust your speed according to the weather, and make sure to stay off your phone. Here are a few of the habits you can practice to make sure to keep your safety at an absolute highest:

Seatbelt: this protects your body in case of an accident, preventing you from flying forward…

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Should you always replace tires in sets?

Tires should generally be replaced in sets. This is assuming that the tires have worn about the same because they've been on the vehicle roughly the same amount of time. However, there have been times when a new set had been installed and one was punctured in the sidewall just days or weeks later.

Though you should replace tires as sets or pairs, there are some exceptions. If a tire was damaged beyond repair just weeks after buying new tires, it may be possible to replace just the one tire. A technician can best make this determination by measuring…
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How to Qualify to Lease or Buy a Car

Unless you have a hefty lump sum of money in your pocket, you won't be able to drive up to a dealership and leave as the owner of your favorite car. You'll have to either qualify for a car loan to buy the car or qualify to lease it. Both arrangements are similar in qualifications but different in ownership details.

A prospective lender will want to know that you have a strong payment history and that you have a stable job and enough income to allow you to make your payments. Therefore, you'll have to show your…
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Refreshed 2017 Toyota Highlander Wins Big with Cars.com Critics

No matter how you slice it, there sure it an awful lot to love about our esteemed Japanese automaker's full-size SUV, the 2017 Toyota Highlander.

"Such as what?" you wonder.

That answer, conveniently enough, can be found in the clip below. Pair up with Cars.com pundit Mark Williams, as he puts the Highlander through its paces:

On the entry-level LE trim, the Highlander is equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Teaming with a six-speed automatic transmission, the base four-banger dishes out a decent 185 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. It is available in front-drive ...

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