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The Ford Escape caters to your every need

Wouldn't it be great if you had a hands-free liftgate on your vehicle when your hands are full? Well, that dream is a reality when you drive the 2017 Ford Escape. And that's only one of many exciting and accommodating features this crossover offers.

 

You have a lot on your hands. We have just the trick to make you feel unstoppable. #FordEscape

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Don't Forget to Pack These Two Road Trip Preparedness Kits!

If you're going on a road trip, whether it's with friends or family, there's a chance that most of your preparation has been with the destination and not with the journey. While you know to bring snacks and a book or some music, there's a lot more than can happen on the road and it's good to be ready for anything! The folks at Cars.com agree and, in the video below, they'll explain what you should bring in an emergency kit as well as a convenience kit. See for yourself and get a…

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Are Splash Guards Really Necessary?

Have you ever been driving down the road and "crack!" a rock hits your windshield. Your face drops as you realize that behind that little stone is now a cracked windshield. If you're really unlucky this little crack spreads until a nice big line is all the way across your windshield. This scenario probably could have been avoided if the person in front of you had Splash Guards.

Ford has some really nice splash guards that are customized for every Ford model. Watch the video below to see what they have to offer.

 

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Discover Your Next Ford Truck - The F-150 Platinum

The lovely gentleman in the above video puts it best, "It's like getting in a black tuxedo." Not only does the Ford F-150 Platinum fit perfectly, but it also exudes in luxury, provides you with the power that you require, and makes everyone jealous as they see you drive by.

Some of the features that Gary mentions in his testimonial are some of our favorite features as well. The optional 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine and 10-speed transmission really amp up the power and the towing capability is made easier to handle with the tow/haul mode of the electronic…

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Washing Helps Maintain Your Vehicle

Everyone has at least one neighbor who obsesses over their car. Maybe you see him down the block every Sunday, hose and sponge in hand. Maybe you think that is not how you want to spend your weekend afternoon. You certainly don't have to spend hours of your precious time every week to make your car gleam, but the truth is that regularly washing your vehicle will do wonders to preserve its life and longevity. Even if you don't wash by hand, a simple soap and rinse on a regular basis should be considered part of every driver…
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Road Trip With The Kids

Your destination might be 300 miles or more away. Your next road trip might involve the entire family. For many Americans, that means you'll probably have a few kids in the backseat. It can be distracting as a driver to hear so much noise. It can also be quite boring as the trip continues past the two or three hour mark. Here are some tips on managing your road trip with your kids.

You might bring electronic devices. Road trips shouldn't be about a tablet. However, we all get bored on a long trip. There's only so…
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Getting a Better Return When Buying Auto Fuel

With gasoline prices slowing inching upwards every month, you can stretch your car's fuel budget by following certain tips to ensure you are getting the best fuel economy when driving:
  • Choose ethanol-free gasoline at the pump whenever possible. Pure gasoline that has not been mixed with ethanol will deliver more power to your vehicle when burned.
  • Observe posted speed limits, because travelling at slower speeds has proven to burn less fuel.
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Battery Replacement

The main purpose for your car battery is to start your engine, and once that is achieved the alternator takes over. When the battery gets old it can no longer take a charge from the alternator or start the car. You can take your car to your service technician and have the mechanic test, charge, or replace your battery depending mostly on its age and deterioration.
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