Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

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Nothing quite compares to the look and feel of a new car. But keeping your vehicle in top condition after you bring it home from the dealership requires some work on your part. Regardless of your vehicle's make and model, there are some steps you can take to ensure the car keeps looking and performing its best. With proper care, many modern vehicles will last 100,000 miles or more! Whether you're planning to own the car as long as possible or are thinking you might sell it later, there are some important steps you can…

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5 Tips While Social Distancing During COVID-19 Pandemic

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While the COVID-19 pandemic plays out before us, many people are wondering how to approach each day. Now that most of us have more time on our hands, being at home rather than work, we are wondering how to spend our time as we socially distance ourselves from others. If you are wandering around your home searching for new activities during these trying times, here are five tips to keep in mind until things return to normal.

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Why it's Bad to Skip Car Maintenance

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As a car owner, you probably already know that you are supposed to complete specific maintenance tasks to take care of your car. However, you might not realize just how serious it can be to skip essential car maintenance. If you are thinking about putting off an oil change appointment or if you have been slacking off on other necessary maintenance tasks, consider the downsides of not taking good care of your car.

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Ford Driver Assist Technology Could Stop ‘ANNOYING’ Backseat-Driver Behaviors On The Road

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Dealing With Backseat Drivers

Driving is mostly an activity of attention. Despite being a largely "still" activity, you must be on guard at all times, attentive to the position of your vehicle and the position of pedestrians and other vehicles. One single lapse can cause a scary crash, and most drivers know this. Backseat drivers are a different beast altogether. They're those passengers in the backseat who are the eyes and ears of the vehicle.


 

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Features New Car Buyers Want

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If you're in the market for a new car, you may be surprised and even overwhelmed at the amenities available in a new car. From cutting-edge safety features like driver-assist aids to new interior technology, there are many conveniences packed into today's sedans, pickup trucks, and SUVs. But if you're deciding which ones are the most important, perhaps if you're thinking of selling a car down the road, some stand out more than others.

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How Often do you Add Power Steering Fluid?

Knowing When To Change Your Power Steering Fluid

The power steering system is one of the most important systems in your Ford vehicle. After all, without enough power steering fluid, you're not going to be able to turn your wheel effectively, leaving you with a true safety crisis and of course major inconvenience even if it's just minor difficulty turning your wheel.

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What We Know So Far About the 2019 Ford Shelby GT500

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First introduced as a high-performance Mustang variant way back in 1965, the Ford Shelby was revived in 2005 for a new crop of muscle car enthusiasts. In 2019, the Shelby GT500 enters its fourth generation with a comprehensive redesign. Though many details of the new sports car are still under wraps, here's what we've heard through the grapevine so far.

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How to Troubleshoot Ford Power Window Problems

How to troubleshoot Ford Power Window Problems 

Having Ford F-150, Explorer, or Expedition Power Window problems?

If you are having issues with your Ford vehicle’s power windows, don’t stress. Something is not going as planned, but you don’t have to assume the worst. There are a few things that you can check on your own if you feel comfortable doing so. Your Ford uses an electric motor to run the windows when they are powered and not manual. As time goes on, the motors running these windows can burn out from regular use. Their fuses can blow out, or other electrical problems may occur…

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