Being trapped in an enclosed space with temperatures that climb over 100 degrees is very dangerous.
Amarillo, TX (PRWEB) July 15, 2011
Street Toyota acknowledges the many dangers this summer heat has brought; therefore, they are promoting the knowledge of a vehicle’s trunk release latch. As the number of deaths relating to individuals being trapped in cars climbs, knowing where to locate your trunk release latch is imperative.
All Toyota vehicles come with an emergency release latch in their vehicle’s trunk. With this, individuals trapped in a trunk can immediately pull the latch toward them and release themselves from the heat and entrapment of a vehicle’s trunk. The latch is located near the door of the trunk by the brake lights and can be seen by it’s glow in the dark color.
Street Toyota car sales person, Jonas Walls, understands the intense heat that could climb in a vehicle’s trunk.
“The trunk release latch is in place strictly for an individual’s safety. Being trapped in an enclosed space with temperatures that climb over 100 degrees is very dangerous. It’s highly necessary to know where this latch is and that it’s present in all Toyota vehicles,” said Walls.
Street Toyota promotes the value of this in all of their Toyota vehicles, as it could result in saving numerous lives.
Street Toyota in Amarillo, Texas was established in 1982. A new 58,000 square foot facility on 9 acres is now open at 45th and Soncy. This is a state of the art facility and the customer's comfort has been emphasized from the ample parking right down to the gourmet coffee. Street Toyota is the first dealer in west Texas to become Signature Certified.
Street Toyota has been a valuable corporate citizen in the Panhandle area. They provide support to area nonprofit organizations such as United Way, Better Business Bureau, Amarillo Adult Literacy, Harrington Cancer Center, Meals on Wheels, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Amarillo Symphony, Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo Little Theater, Lone Star Ballet, Discovery Center, Globe News Center for the Performing Arts, CACHA (Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) and many other organizations