A lot of us multitask while driving when we shouldn’t and have other bad habits while both hands should be on the wheel. We’re bad at this too, so we’ve at Steve Landers Toyota have put together a list of things you should stop doing immediately to be a better driver.
If you’re looking for a new car, chances are you’re looking to either trade in your current vehicle or sell it. If you’re selling, you want to get what the car is worth, but getting a little extra cash never hurt anybody.
When it comes to winter in Arkansas, you never know what will change from one day to the next. On Monday it could be in the 60s and by Friday it could be snowing! Because of this ever-changing weather, we know it's always better to be prepared.
Taylor Powell, senior quarterback for Fayetteville High School and two-time nominee, was named the winner of the 2016 Landers Award Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017.
Powell is the 17th recipient of the award, which has been given annually to the state’s top high school football player.
With commuting to work, traveling to see family and reasonable gas prices (for now), people spend a ton of time in the car. We previously gave you a list of items to always keep in your car, but now we want to give you some nonessentials to make your drive more enjoyable.
The car unexpectedly breaks down. Hitting a pothole just right and blowing a tire. You hydroplane during a shower and drive off the road. Accidents happen and, even though it’s not fun to think about, we want you to always be prepared.
Santa may have come and gone, but New Years is just three days away, so we’re still celebrating.
It’s the giving season and we at Steve Landers Toyota are going to do our part. Steve Landers Auto Group is proud to be one of many sponsors for the Polar Plunge, an event hosted by nonprofit organization Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) to benefit the 15,000 athletes statewide who participate in Special Olympics Arkansas (SOAR) sports and health programming.
Headlights are one of the most important pieces of equipment on your car. Because most headlights are made from polycarbonate plastic, the material can become cloudy and foggy over time. Before you go out and purchase a new set, those of us at Steve Landers Toyota in Little Rock, Arkansas have a few simple steps for you to restore your headlights.