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Car Keys Lost? No Need to Panic or Pay Extra – Thanks to New Key Replacement Protection, from Toyota

 

 

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You love your Toyota. It’s reliable, versatile, and comfortable. It may even come with keyless entry and push-button start – convenient features that make driving a Toyota car, truck, or SUV easier and more convenient. Regardless of whether or not you have keyless entry or a “regular” key, replacing your car keys if they are lost is a hassle. It is inconvenient. It is stressful. And it can be expensive.

 

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Toyota’s Collaborative Safety Research Center Involved in Projects Weighing in on Autonomous Vehicle Technologies

 

 

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The aim of Toyota’s CSRC, or Collaborative Safety Research Center, is as follows: to partner “with leading universities, hospitals, research institutions and federal agencies” to focus on “safety research projects aimed at developing and bringing to market new and advanced safety technologies.” 

 

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Cars.com Awards the Toyota Prius With the Top Eco-Friendly Award

Eco-friendly, utilitarian, and high tech? It's all there in the 2017 Toyota Prius. After sparking a hybrid movement almost two decades ago, Toyota continues to innovate and perfect. In fact, the Prius has been named the Eco-Friendly Car of the Year by Cars.com. This award serves to benefit Klamath Falls drivers the most.

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A Better Truck Fit for Everything

Trucks are made to be able to tackle nearly anything and with a truck you can expect to be able to tow and haul as well. But, not all trucks are created equally and with the new 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro you get a truck that is capable of the same tasks you'd expect, but with the added comfort of knowing that this truck is engineered to handle some pretty aggressive off-roading.

The 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is not just like any truck, but comes with upgrades that make it a more viable option if you want…

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The Next Mid-Size Sedan

In the beginning of 2017 the automotive industry rolled into Detroit to display some of their newest cars that are set to be released in the coming years. One model that impressed everyone was the all-new 2018 Toyota Camry that features a brand new design both inside and out.

The 2018 Toyota Camry takes a whole new approach to what a mid-size sedan can be. Toyota took the time to bring a much more athletic, head-turning, and sleek than any of the older models. Where some of the older Toyota Camry models were portrayed as being bland, this 2018 model…

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Toyota Nominated for Wildlife Habitat Council Bats Project Award

Did you know that there are 15 species of bat in Oregon?

The world's only mammals capable of true flight, bats have come under threat in the last decade from a fungal infection called White Nose Syndrome. It has yet to reach us on the west coast, but is spreading rapidly, and has already killed millions of bats in the northeast.

As a…

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Oregon-Based Architects Design 'Living Building' for Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park may well be the first national park in the entire world. It has long upheld the values of preserving the natural beauty of the American landscape, and protecting the rare species that live there. Unfortunately, however, owing to the park's age, many of its structures do not live up to those values.

That is all soon to change, thanks in part to Toyota, and to Hennebery Eddy

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Why Good News for the Panda is More Reason Than Ever to Drive a Toyota

In the spring of 2016, Toyota pledged to help the IUCN identify conservation risks of at least 28,000 species. Before the end of the summer, breaking news proved how important IUCN assessments are to world conservation.

A recent population assessment showed the Giant Panda is no longer Endangered.

According to IUCN standards, the Giant Panda's population in the wild is stable enough to qualify for...

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Drivers Are Now Going Carbon-Free Just a State Away

Last year, Mark Mobley of Orange County, California put his name on a waiting list to be one of the first to own a Toyota Mirai. Unlike most cars you have to go on a list for, the Toyota Mirai isn't particularly sporty or supercar-esque, but it is unique and futuristic.

The Mirai runs entirely on hydrogen.

"I love it, and I feel like I'm part of the solution," said Mobley, who is dedicated to…

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