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Have you ever made someone do a double-take? Get used to it. With the new 2015 Toyota Camry, double-takes will come standard. Bold, aggressive hood lines and a striking new front grille make the Camry impossible to ignore.

The Camry has been America’s best-selling car for 12 years due to its reliability, value and motoring. The Camry’s reputation has always been based on these vehicle highlights, but not as much on the exterior styling. With the extensive refresh for 2015, there will be more adrenaline with the sportiest Camry design yet.

The new update includes sportier suspension tuning and revisions to the electric power system, improving the feel and response of the car. New standard features include a wireless charging station for cell phones, and the option for lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, pre-collision alerts, automatic headlights and more.

The 2015 Camry is set to go on sale this fall. Stay tuned for updates…you won’t want to miss out on driving this completely reimagined vehicle!

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Clint Bowyer has had a GREAT week! On Monday, he and his new wife Lorra announced that they are expecting a child. A few hours later, a multi-year contract extension with Michael Waltrip Racing, sponsor 5-hour ENERGY and crew chief Brian Pattie was announced!

On Wednesday, Clint and Miss Sprint Cup were here at Clint Bowyer Autoplex taking the “Don’t Text & Drive Pledge” and meeting fans. This weekend, he’ll head to his home track at Kansas Speedway for the track’s first race under the lights in Saturday’s 5-hour ENERGY 400. Saturday is also Bowyer’s 300th start in the Sprint Cup Series! The only thing that could make this week better would be a Saturday night win!

We’ll be sure to cheer on Clint on Saturday, and congratulate him on his eventful week.

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When you’re behind the wheel, it’s important to focus on driving. Getting to your destination safely should be your number one priority, so keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Here are some tips to help you focus on driving:

• Save the fun stuff for later. Drive first. When you’re done driving, have fun texting, taking pictures, downloading music, recording videos or watching TV.
• Be an advocate and an example. Discuss distracted driving with your loved ones and encourage them to take the Sprint Focus on Driving pledge at sprint.com/focusondriving.
• Stay informed. Make sure you know the laws and restrictions in the area where you are driving for mobile-phone use while behind the wheel.
• Technology is available. Know the technological solutions that are available and compatible with your mobile device, such as hands-free features and voice-activated applications.
• Plan ahead when it comes to GPS and other tools. Set up navigation tools before you begin your trip and do not attempt to input date while driving.
• Secure your phone. Make sure it’s not sliding around the dashboard or floor and is accessible in case of an emergency.
• Let others focus on driving, too. Don’t send text messages to friends, family members or co-workers when you think they may be driving.

Let’s keep the roads safe! Join Clint Bowyer and Miss Sprint Cup in educating your friends and family to focus on driving. Take the Driver Safety Pledge today!