Tires on the hood of a truck and the front bumper of a minivan were among the items covered by a new TV service that came with the new Toyota Camry.

Tire marks were added to the hood, bumper and rear of the Toyota Camrys in the United States to make them look like they had been driven on the highway.

The marks are part of the service and are not required by the manufacturers, but are added to ensure the vehicle is compliant with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Toyota has offered this service in Canada since the 2015 model year, and the service is now available in the U.S. as well.

The company has also installed a “sensor” to the Camry’s front grill that can detect if the car is in motion and then automatically adjust the air conditioning system and other systems in order to provide a better temperature for the occupants.

The service was developed by the company’s Toyota Automotive Solutions Group in cooperation with Tire Rack International, a tire shop located in Kansas City, Missouri.

The new service includes a new tire, and in the new model year it comes in three sizes: 12 x 16, 16 x 18 and 20 x 24.

Each tire comes with an instruction manual and a warranty card.

Toyota said the service will last for about 12,000 miles on the Camrys and about 9,000 on the Avalon models, the company said.

The service will be offered on the vehicles in a 24-hour period, and will cost $7 per month for a total of $14.99 per month.