Do you really need a new air filter?

March 17th, 2021 by
routine car care

When you last visited your mechanic or auto service center, did they tell you that you needed a new engine air filter alongside your already scheduled service? This is a touchy subject among both drivers and auto service technicians alike. While some less trustworthy mechanics try to push this car care on drivers more frequently…

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Three reasons to never ignore your tire pressure warning light

March 10th, 2021 by
car tire care

When you see a light – any light, really – turn on in your dashboard, you probably immediately feel uneasy. After all, seeing one of those lights come on could mean that auto repairs are in your near future and you may have to shell out your hard-earned money to keep your ride on the…

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Daily car maintenance: What you need to know

February 22nd, 2021 by
Toyota of Orlando tips

Car maintenance…. we know. Just the thought of it can make you groan out loud. Whether you bring your car to a mechanic or DIY it, it’s going to cost you time and money to take care of the necessities. And even though you don’t have to schedule things like oil changes and tire rotations…

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Three things you should know about sports car maintenance

January 18th, 2021 by
Orlando Toyota Supra

If you own a sports car, you’re probably familiar with the fact that car maintenance for this type of vehicle isn’t exactly run-of-the-mill. There’s a little more to it than if you were to maintain a basic truck or sedan, and if you’re in the market for a sports car then you should be aware…

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What you should know about your catalytic converter

January 13th, 2021 by
Orlando Toyota car care

Have you ever had an issue with your catalytic converter? If you’re not familiar with the part, it honestly sounds like something you’d find on a spaceship. However, it does play a critical part in your vehicle’s performance AND the world around it. Toyota of Orlando is here to explain what a catalytic converter is,…

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What car care should you schedule before driving in the snow?

December 16th, 2020 by

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… except the snow part. We don’t see much winter precipitation in the City Beautiful except for rain so driving in the snow isn’t really a big concern for us. However, if you’re headed out of town on a road trip to celebrate with family and friends or…

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Seven questions to ask your mechanic

December 2nd, 2020 by
Orlando auto body shop

Does it make you nervous when you see the check engine light come on? Do you feel a sense of dread if you need to get a scratch in your car’s paint fixed? You’re not the only one – plenty of drivers get nervous when it’s time to pay a visit to their auto repair…

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Off-roading car care: What to do after you get home

November 11th, 2020 by
Toyota of Orlando tips

If you’re one for finding off-road adventure in your Orlando Toyota, you know just how dirty things can get before you make it back to the pavement. You probably also know that detailing a vehicle after an off-roading expedition is a lot different than detailing a vehicle that you drive on the pavement. There are…

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Signs you need to replace your car headlights

October 28th, 2020 by
Orlando car care tips

Your car headlights play an integral part in your car’s performance, especially when you’re driving in inclement weather (like rain or snow) and at night. They allow you to have visibility of your surroundings and also allow other drivers and pedestrians to see you on the road, so it’s critical that they’re working at all…

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10 car parts you should know

October 14th, 2020 by
Orlando Toyota service tips

The phrase “your car is due for maintenance” is enough to strike fear into the hearts of some drivers. If you don’t have a trusted relationship with your mechanic, you likely start to worry about how much said maintenance will cost. Could a routine auto service appointment turn into major repairs once the mechanic pops…

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