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Bakflip Tonneau on Toyota Tundra Survives Tornado

Tonneau covers are made to protect your truck bed gear from a variety of things like rain, wind, sun – but what about an EF5 tornado? Not likely. Wrong. A Bakflip Tonneau cover held up to this extreme weather event according to its owner.

Bakflip Tonneau Cover Survives Tornado

The Bakfip Tonneau cover on a 2007 Toyota Tundra after an EF5 tornado.

Toyota’s Distributors – Do They Cost You?

In doing some research on the passing of Carroll Shelby, an interesting side note came about. Shelby was approached to be the first Toyota distributor in the U.S. The question that came up is why did Toyota need distributors and how does this affect your truck price today?

Toyota’s Distributors - Do They Cost You?

Do local Toyota distributors cause more harm than good by causing consumers to spend more for features they don't need?

All Known 2008 Toyota Tundra Problems

Here is a hopefully helpful list of all the known 2008 Toyota Tundra Problems. We are still big fans of the truck, we just thought a reference guide would be handy.

2008 Toyota Tundra Problems

The 2008 Toyota Tundra sure is one nice truck. Yet, like any vehicle, it has had a few problems come up.

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Toyota Customer Service Complaints – Make Your Voice Heard

An unfortunate part of being a buyer of any company’s product is that sometimes you have to complain to get an issue resolved. While we expect our Toyota’s to work perfectly, this isn’t always the case. Here’s our recommended process for registering your customer service complaints with Toyota:

  1. Calm down – if you get emotional, you’re more likely to be viewed as a “crazy person” rather than a person with a legitimate problem.
  2. Make a plan – Decide what you want the dealer or Toyota to do to solve your problem.
  3. Call the local dealership and ask to speak to the General Manager FIRST – do NOT call Toyota’s national hotline right away. Instead, gradually escalate from the local dealership to the regional office to the national hotline.
  4. Certified mail is legal correspondence, so use it if all else fails*

Here’s a breakdown of all the steps, with explanations as to why we recommend this process.

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Automakers Say CNG is the Future – What about AutoGas (Propane)?

Automakers are making it obvious that they see Compressed Natural Gas as the best complement to gasoline in their new Bi-Fuel trucks. Governments are jumping on board too and mandating their fleets be switched. Wait a minute, what about AutoGas (propane)?

Automakers Say CNG is the Future - What about Propane?

Fueling up with gasoline is getting more and more expensive. The future they say is electric and compressed natural gas engines. What about Autogas (propane)?