Drive defensively in your New Toyota in Orlando
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Are you ready to drive defensively in your new Toyota in Orlando? Toyota of Orlando has got some driving tips. Check them out!

Are you ready to drive defensively in your new Toyota in Orlando? Toyota of Orlando has got some driving tips. Check them out!

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  • 1. Drive defensively in your new Toyota in Orlando
  • 2. Here at Toyota of Orlando, we want you to be able to take on the streets with complete safety. However, we realize how hard it is to know just how other drivers are taking on the streets. We once heard that you are not only driving your own car, but the others around you. This means that you have to be aware of your surroundings and be ready to defend yourself in your vehicle!
  • 3. Why should you drive defensively in your new Toyota in Orlando? When you hear the phrase “defensive driving,” you probably think of aggressive driving. While you may think this, defensive driving means the opposite of this. Defensive driving actually means that you’re basically driving responsibly behind the wheel of your ! When you partake innew Toyota in Orlando defensive driving, you work to avoid accidents and injury by being aware of your surroundings, anticipating what might occur and reacting accordingly. Our Toyota dealership wants to help you drive defensively when you’re on the road. Check these tips out! Drive defensively in your new Toyota in Orlando One of the most obvious ways to drive defensively in your in Orlando is to completely eradicatenew Toyota distractions. That means putting away the cell phone, not fiddling with your iPod, and truly concentrating on getting your passengers from point A to point B safely. There are other ways to ensure that you get to your destination safely in your . Check them out!Orlando Toyota  Another way to ensure that you’ll get to your destination safely is to drive when you’re completely aware of your surroundings. This might sound strange, but it’s really important! What this means is that you should never drive under the influence or when you’re sleepy. Getting behind the wheel when you’re under the influence is illegal and can cause a lot of trouble—it’s just not worth it!  When you’re behind the wheel of your new , make sure you maintain a 4 secondToyota in Orlando rule. What do we mean by this? When you’re driving in your Orlando Toyota, pick a fixed point that’s even with the car in front of you and start counting. If you reach it before you get to 4, then you need to add more distance between the first car and your new Toyota. This is especially important if you’re driving in difficult conditions.  Follow the speed limit! You’d be surprised how many people don’t follow this rule! There’s a reason why this is enforced and it is for your own safety! Another thing to keep in mind is to never tailgate
  • 4. and allow enough distance when stopping and changing lanes. Don’t forget to use blinkers when the situation calls for it! Following these tips will allow you to travel safely around Central Florida! Driving defensively can save your life and those inside your vehicle! Practice defensive driving and avoid dangerous situations! Visit us at 3575 Vineland Road to find out how else you can drive safely! If you have any questions, call us at 888-725-3520 and we’ll be more than happy to assist you! Google