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Are Your Kids Ready For Summer Travel?

New York, N.Y., (May 26, 2016) — Barbecues, fireworks, s’mores and swimming — they’re summer classics. They rarely change because when you know something works, you stick with it.  You know what else stands the test of time? Car seat safety tips.


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Forget Horsepower, Toyota Indiana Plant Powered by People

Over the past 20 years, Toyota Indiana has built 4.45 million vehicles. But it isn’t the planning, engineering, problem solving or high-pace of the assembly line that stands out to Norm Bafunno, the plant’s president. It’s the people.
 


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Toyota Recalls Certain 2015 Model Year Yaris Vehicles

TORRANCE, Calif., May 25, 2016 — Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. today announced that it is recalling approximately 3,100 Model Year 2015 Yaris Hatch Back vehicles.


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Students’ Concept for Mobility App for the Blind Wins National Challenge from Toyota and Net Impact

Plano, Texas (May 25, 2016) — Imagine an average commute. Perhaps you wait for a bus, walk through crowded streets and ride an elevator up to your office. Now, imagine doing it without being able to see clearly or even at all.  

A team of students did just that and came up with an idea for a solution that won first prize in the Next Generation Mobility Challenge, a new competition to inspire millennials to address critical mobility needs from Net Impact, Toyota and the Toyota Mobility Foundation.


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Automakers Befriend Start-Ups Like Uber, Girding Against a Changing Car Culture

Companies like Toyota and Volkswagen are supporting the tech companies working to change the way people travel by car.

Toyota Presents Community Stars

PORTLAND, ORE. (May 24, 2016) – Through the passenger-side window, 83-year-old Ferne Fabis points with excitement at the new bakery set to open soon near her home in Rockville, Maryland. New people and places have always been Ferne’s passion — even after a leg injury forced her to give up her driver’s license.


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Toyota and Uber to Explore Ridesharing Collaboration

Toyota City, Japan, May 24, 2016 — Toyota Motor Corporation, an automotive company aiming for safer, more efficient and convenient mobility, and Uber, a technology platform that is evolving the way the world moves, are announcing a partnership. The companies have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore collaboration, starting with trials, in the world of ridesharing in countries where ridesharing is expanding, taking various factors into account such as regulations, business conditions, and customer needs. As part of the partnership, Toyota Financial Services Corporation and Mirai Creation Investment Limited Partnership are making a strategic investment in Uber.


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Driving to Make a Difference

PLANO, TEXAS (May 24, 2016) – On a rainy day in Rockville, Md., Larry Korb parks his Toyota Camry and hurries to open the passenger door and hold an umbrella over 77-year-old Sondra Wasserman.
 
As a driver at the Senior Connection in nearby Silver Spring, this is the sort of trip Korb made more than 200 times the last year – volunteering his time and vehicle to pick up senior citizens and take them to doctor’s appointments, shopping trips and community events. The National Volunteer Transportation Center (NVTC) supports thousands of drivers like Korb, and organizations like the Senior Connection, that enable the freedom of mobility.  And now NVTC has a new supporter, Toyota.


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