Monday, November 21, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Christina Blamire, Sales & Internet Mgr
1. Air conditioning – The more you use it, the more gas you’re burnin’.
2. Cruise control – If you have it, utilize it. This keeps your car moving at a steady pace, which prevents spikes in your gas level.
3. Don’t speed! This only uses more fuel! (I know, you know...)
4. Don’t do 100 mph on the highway; you’re reducing your aerodynamic drag. This also applies to having your windows open. These factors create more resistance, which makes your engine work harder, and your gas tank empty faster.
5. Idling – Unnecessary engine action. If you’re going to be sitting somewhere for a long time – even over a minute – you can save gas by shutting the car off, and restarting when needed.
6. Minimize trips – Factor everything you have to do and all the errands you have to run, and try to do them all at once.
7. Octane rating – Read your manual to find out which octane rating is right for your car, and use it.
8. Oil changes (and all preventative maintenance) – Helps to keep your car running just as the day you bought it. All parts remain clean and working properly with regular care.
9. Tires – Keep your tires properly inflated, now made easier with built-in sensors, to keep your car rolling down the road smoothly.
10. Weight – Don’t keep erroneous stuff in your car, this only bogs you down and slows the car.
Oil & Filter Change $29.18
NH State Inspection $20.11
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Friday, November 11, 2011
FOOD & SUPPLIES MOST NEEDED
Peanut Butter and Jelly * Cold Cereal (Low Sugar) * Soups: Chunky with Meat * 100% Fruit Juice * Canned Fruit: (no sugar added or low sugar) * Condiments: ketchup, mustard, mayo, salad dressings * Rice: brown/white/boxed * Healthy Snacks * Oil: canola/vegetable/olive * Beans: dry and canned * Oatmeal * Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate * Laundry detergent * Dish Soap * Shampoo * Deodorant * Toilet Paper * Tissues * Paper Towels * Sunblock * Denture Adhesive & Cleaner * Tuna Baking Supplies
HOLIDAY WISH LIST
Stuffing * Gravy * Cranberry Sauce * Relish Tray (pickles, olives) * Corn Muffin Mix * Corn * Canned Potatoes *
Have a safe & happy holiday season!
Thursday, November 3, 2011
On display at the 2011 SEMA Show Toyota exhibit will be the all-new 2012 Camry Pace Car, which will lead the field for the start of the 54th running of the Daytona 500® on February 26. It will be the first time a non-GM, Ford or Chrysler nameplate has paced the “Great American Race®.” David Reutimann, Camry Sprint Cup Driver for Michael Waltrip Racing, will be on hand to talk about the Camry Pace Car during a press conference at the SEMA Show in the Toyota exhibit on Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.
November 1, 2011 – New York, NY – Toyota today announced plans to begin exporting U.S.-assembled Sienna vehicles to distributors in South Korea. The Sienna is produced at Toyota’s manufacturing plant in Princeton, IN. A top seller in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, this is the first time the vehicle will be exported outside of North America. Shipments are scheduled to begin in early November. Toyota began exporting U.S.-assembled vehicles in 1988. These exports increased 30% in calendar year 2010 to about 100,000 units. With the start of these shipments to South Korea, Toyota will now export U.S.-assembled vehicles to 19 countries around the world.