Caring for you and our Toyota driver's cards

As drivers we face a myriad of challenges with the changing seasons. From handling hazardous driving conditions in the winter, to keeping your engine cool in summer – a little advice and a helping hand can make a real difference.

For this reason we have produced a range of Caring For You and Your Toyota driver’s cards with the aim of providing simple-to-follow instructions, for a multitude of motoring conundrums.

A helping hand

Spanning the breadth of the year, from spring through to winter, we have selected some of the most common challenges you may face as a motorist. And, if you’re not one for the ‘oily bits’ of a car, we’ve added a helpful reminder of of the areas you need to keep a careful eye on.

But don’t forget, if it all gets too much and you don’t know where to start, these are services and inspections that your nearest Toyota Authorised Repairer will be happy to help with.

So, if you find yourself freezing with nerves at the bottom of a slippery slope, or sweating about the temperature of your coolant – take ten minutes to read the driver’s cards and you may be surprised to find that the thought of another cold winter doesn’t fill you with fear.

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