First, let me say that I make it a practice to acquire repair manuals for every car I've ever owned, on the theory that you can't have too much information about your vehicle. I've read on this board about those brave and hardy souls who download the manuals from Toyota's website, but after reading about one guy who spent several evenings downloading and another several evenings collating the downloads before he could begin to make use of them, I decided that just wasn't the way to go. Besides, riffing through a mess of download printouts balancing on a fender while trying to do a minor repair is not my idea of fun So, when I bought my 2006 Prius I insisted that the salesman include a set of the repair manuals in my order. When I took delivery I inquired about the manuals. The salesman informed me that they had to be ordered from California and would be delivered to me in "two to three weeks". Well, two to three weeks turned out to be more like rwo to three months. Finally the saleman dropped off a box at my house. It contained Volumes 2, 3 and 4 of the manuals, but no Volume one. Finally last night the missing Volume one was finally delivered to me. Eureka, I'm now not only the proud owner of a 2006 Prius, but also the proud owner of a set of Repair Manuals.