Category Archives: Service

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Have You Seen the “Today. Tomorrow. Toyota.” Commercials?

Expanding upon their initial “We Are Here For You” campaign during the times of COVID-19 and coronavirus, Toyota has since begun to release a new campaign of commercials branded with the title of “Today. Tomorrow. Toyota”. These advertisements express concerns from the company and highlight available sales and service opportunities and special offers currently available. Check out both the current “Today. Tomorrow. Toyota.” ads below, with more to come! 

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What’s Considered an Essential Business in Los Angeles, CA?

Are car dealerships Essential Businesses? We’ve already this question in a previous blog entry. However, with concerns over COVID-19 (Coronavirus) still present, we wanted to expand on that question. So, let’s take a look at what qualifies as an Essential Business in the city of Los Angeles and the state of California. 

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Are Car Dealerships Considered Essential Businesses?

We’re learning a lot of new terms over the past few weeks. ‘Social Distancing’, ‘Self-Isolation’, ‘Flattening the Curve’, and more. One of those is the phrase ‘Essential Business’, as well as ‘Essential Businesses‘ and ‘Essential Workers‘. What are ‘Essential Businesses‘? What are ‘Non-Essential Businesses‘? Are car dealerships, like us here at Toyota of Lancaster, considered ‘Essential Businesses‘?

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What do the Toyota dashboard warning lights mean?

We have all asked ourselves what the heck that one light means that’s been on in our car for weeks. Okay, sometimes it’s more than one light. Orange and red lights in your car are enough to give you some anxiety, but most of the time, it isn’t a serious issue. Check out what each light means in your Toyota and come to us if you’d like to learn more about the issue. Read the rest of this entry >>

motor oil being poured into red funnel

Conventional motor oil vs. synthetic motor oil 

Any time you have gotten your oil changed, you have probably been asked whether you want conventional or synthetic oil. Once you hear the price difference, you might instinctively opt for the conventional oil. But if you’re told that synthetic oil is better, you might have gone with that instead. Why is this the case? What’s the difference? Keep reading to find out.  Read the rest of this entry >>