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Making The Perfect Road Trip

What's your idea of the perfect road trip? Is it an overnight destination to an exotic locale? Is it a round trip one day affair to somewhere spontaneous? Road trips are meant to be the next best thing to flying away. Sometimes a road trip is way better. You get to spend quality time in your vehicle with your loved ones. You might also just take a road trip on your own for peace and quiet. Thinking time is good time.

It's the ultimate chance for you to experience the views, sights and sounds of different places. You…
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4 Warning Signs of a Failing Car Battery

With the car battery working so hard to allow you all those luxuries that come with driving, it is very important that you pay attention when warning signs the battery is dying. The last thing you want is to wear down the battery to the point you are stuck on the highway.

Consider the following 4 warning signs of a failing car battery:

1. The interior lights appear to be flickering now when you are driving.
2. The battery compartment has a very strange odor and the casing appears to be swollen.
3. The check-engine light that was coming on…
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It's Important To Monitor Your Fuel Economy

Many of us are always looking for simple ways to either make more money, or save more money. When it comes to our vehicles and our daily commute, watching how we drive, and our habits can really help improve our overall fuel economy. Fuel is an item that can never be counted on to stay a particular price. It is for this reason, and how expensive fuel has gotten, that monitoring and trying our best to get the very best economy is more important than ever. Simple things you can do are to have your car checked out by a…
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Safe Driving Begins with Routine Safety Checks

Safe driving is all about being proactive. You want to be prepared for the unexpected. Just as you take precautions in other areas of your life, you should do the same when driving.

Be sure that all safety components are working for your vehicle. You want to routinely complete a safety check of your vehicle.

It only takes a few minutes and doing so can prevent a lot of potential frustrations. You want to test your turn signals, check your head lights, inspect wiper blades, test the horn, and test your brake lights. All of these safety features are there…
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The 2017 Ford Transit Connect is in it For the Long Haul

The 2017 Ford Transit Connect is more than just another work van. It provides advanced technology and driving innovation that makes each trip worthwhile. It doesn't matter if you are making deliveries or hauling equipment and supplies, you will not be disappointed by all that the Transit Connect can do to boost the productivity of your workday and your business overall. The passenger wagon on the all-new Transit Connect models can seat up to seven passengers. The seats can be folded down or removed in order to make room for carrying cargo. Ford is a...
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To Change or Not to Change (Your Oil)

Choosing to Change

To change or not to change, is this not the question of the century? When it comes down to your engine's oil more specifically, then please, by all means, do change that oil right away. It is vital to the operation of the engine and motor as a whole. To fail to do so only invites a world of new problems, therefore changing one's car oil at the earliest convenience is always both the safer and smarter option out there.

Changing the oil on your car can help to lubricate its inside motor parts, which…
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Discover the Winning Ways of the 2017 Ford Escape

Are you seeking a compact crossover for your next daily driver? Well, if so, we here at Robberson Ford Sales Inc. feel you may well meet your match in ours, the 2017 Ford Escape.

And why is that, exactly?

Allow Kelley Blue Book Senior Associate Video Editor Zach Vlasuk to explain. His evaluation of the Escape is as follows:

Though the Escape's entry-level engine -- an 170-horsepower four-cylinder -- is certainly no slouch, it admittedly cannot hold a candle to the available top-tier iteration, a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder.

Offered as an option on the SE trim, this four-banger ...

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Why You Should Buy the New Ford Edge

The Ford Edge resembles the Ford Taurus and Explorer with its grille, showy headlights, and LED taillights. The vast interior room provides large leg space that guarantees immense comfort even during a long drive. Besides the Parking Assist, this car comes with a rear camera that provides a panoramic view.

hat can suit your budget too. You can choose our mid-sized 2.7-liter turbo or go for the 3.5-liter V-6. Once you test-drive the various models at our course, you will feel the difference regarding output and power.
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