Toyota brand provides parks around the country with public Wi-Fi access

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At Toyota Chula Vista, we know that the driving dynamic has changed drastically in even the last 10 years. As the world becomes more and more tech savvy, drivers and passengers alike are looking for ways to stay connected.

Recently, the Toyota brand made staying connected even easier for park goers in New York, New Jersey and even nearby Los Angeles. The automaker announced its partnership with the Parks Department and American Park Network, which will bring free public Wi-Fi to six popular beaches and parks in Los Angeles as well as Niagara Falls, Saratoga Spa, East River State Parks and Jones Beach in New York and Liberty State Park in New Jersey.

The Oh, Ranger! Wi-FiTM service is available through a pilot program that Toyota has launched in support of the Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid. Equipment and installation are fully funded through the public-private partnership with no cost to taxpayers.

In Los Angeles, visitors to Pershing Square, Cabrillo Beach, Venice Beach, Griffith Observatory, Reseda Park and Echo Park Lake may now take advantage of outdoor connectivity for an all-around enjoyable park experience. As a Toyota dealership serving many Los Angeles residents, we are excited to see our customers enjoy the benefits of this groundbreaking partnership, which will bring Wi-Fi to Los Angeles city parks for the first time.

If you’re looking to get outside and enjoy the day without sacrificing your connection to everyday life, then don’t hesitate. Grab your smartphone, hop into your 2014 Toyota Prius c and enjoy one of these six Los Angeles parks like never before!