Category Archives: Safety

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Tuttle-Click Mazda’s Added Steps and Services in Response to COVID-19

Additional Steps and Services to Keep Tuttle-Click Mazda Customers Safe

With federal, state, and local government agencies urging many to be aware of the spread of COVID-19, we at Tuttle-Click Mazda want you to know that we are adding procedures and providing additional services to continue serving the public. To suppress the passing of any germs, we have made changes to keep your experience with us safe, easy, and convenient. Read what we’ve implemented below:

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What are the safest 2020 Mazda vehicles according to the IIHS?

2020 Mazda vehicles with Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick + ratings 

What are the safest 2020 Mazda models? According to the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety), there are six Mazda models in 2020 that earned either Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick + ratings. Keep reading below to learn which models earned these titles for safety. 

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2020 Mazda6 Driver Safety Features

What driver assistance technology does the 2020 Mazda6 come with? 

If you want your vehicle to be up to date with the most recent safety systems, then you want your vehicle to be equipped with driver assistance technology. Driver assistance technologies are the modern safety systems that aid a driver in safe driving. Below, we will tell you about the standard and available 2020 Mazda6 driver safety features. 

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How to use the 360 Degree View Monitor in your Mazda vehicle

Video guide for using the surround-view monitor in your Mazda vehicle

Being able to view your Mazda vehicle from all sides is one of the benefits of choosing a Mazda with a 360 Degree View Monitor. This feature allows you to view a complete exterior image of your vehicle on a screen, helping you reverse safely out of a spot. Watch the video below to learn how to use the 360 Degree View Monitor in your Mazda vehicle.

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How does Mazda Radar Cruise Control work?

You may have heard a lot about Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) among many other high-tech features produced by the automaker. Radar cruise control is an innovative safety system that allows drivers to set a desired following distance rather than a constant speed. How exactly does that work? Well, we could go into depth about it and write a few paragraphs, but it would be easier for everyone if we just showed you instead. Check out the video below, courtesy of Mazda Australia.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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Things you’re doing that will get you pulled over

It may not be your worst fear, but getting pulled over by the cops has to be high up on your list. So many people drive with a sense of paranoia when a cop is behind or next to them. There are common things we all do that can make it very easy for you to get pulled over. Let’s go over a few of them so you know what to avoid doing behind the wheel.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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What is the difference between active safety and passive safety? 

Safety should always be your top priority when you’re behind the wheel. Driving is an inherently dangerous task, but with the right driving habits and modern technology, it is not safer than ever before. Mazda vehicles come with plenty of active and passive safety features, but what do those terms mean exactly? Keep reading to find out.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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Where should I place my car seat? 

Driving around with kids in the car comes with plenty of safety concerns. Driving is inherently dangerous, so there are some extra precautions you should take when you are driving with young children. A car seat is required by law for children under four years of age, and a booster seat is required for children under eight years old, under 80 lbs., and shorter than 4’9”. Got that all? Okay, now let’s go over some placement tips for your car seat.  Read the rest of this entry >>