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Our Toyota dealership in Orlando is sharing tips for using the cruise control in your new Toyota. Find out when you should and shouldn't use this convenient technology!

Our Toyota dealership in Orlando is sharing tips for using the cruise control in your new Toyota. Find out when you should and shouldn't use this convenient technology!

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  • 1. Toyota of Orlando explains when you should use cruise control in your new Toyota!
  • 2. Summer is a time for road trips, which means it’s that time of the year to pack up your vehicle and hit the road for some fun in the sun. If you’re planning on taking a long trip this summer, you may want to know about some of the features in your new Toyota that can help make your drive time that much easier and more convenient. One feature that can be found in most vehicles that you may have forgotten about is cruise control. This feature is super convenient when on those open stretches of road; however, do you know when you should avoid using this feature?
  • 3. Tips for using the cruise control in your new Toyota in Orlando
  • 4. Cruise control is a common feature that sometimes gets overlooked. If you’ve ever turned on the cruise control in your new Toyota, you know just how handy this tool could be. However, some drivers may have the wrong impression from this feature. They may think it’s a feature you can use when you want to kick back and let your car do all of the work for you. Sure, it can provide you with some extra help while driving your new Toyota in Orlando; however, it shouldn’t be used in all situations. Here are some of the dos and don’ts of using cruise control.  This feature can be a lot of help when you feel the need to rest your legs, as all you have to do it turn it on and worry about steering and braking. Though it’s meant to provide you with some rest, you shouldn’t use it if you’re feeling tired. This is because you it’s easier to get too relaxed and take a snooze behind the wheel of your Orlando Toyota!  Cruise control can be used to help increase fuel efficiency; however, this only works when you’re driving on roads that aren’t too hilly. This is why you should use this feature when you’re driving on an open and flat stretch of road, not when passing hills or mountains! If you use it while on hilly roads, you can actually end up using more gas, as your vehicle has to work harder to keep a consistent pace.
  • 5.  You should NEVER use cruise control when you’re driving through rain, snow or fog! These conditions can make driving tough, which is why you want to take full control of your new Toyota in Orlando, in this situation. When you use cruise control on wet or icy roads, your vehicle has a higher chance of slipping and losing control! Find even more convenient features in our new Toyota in Orlando Cruise control is just one of the many features you can find in our new Toyota in Orlando for your convenience. You can find plenty of high-tech features to make your road trip much easier and more enjoyable. To see other features our Toyota have to offer, stop by Toyota of Orlando at 3575 Vineland Rd. near the Mall at Millenia. You can give our Internet Sales Team a call at (888) 725-3520 for more information. Google