You are viewing all posts for tags: safety Debunks Some Common Car Myths

There are a lot of car myths that are definitely not true and, if you believe them, it can actually be dangerous! That said, most of them are just hokum that doesn't make much sense. Do red cars really get more speeding tickets? No. Is it really safe to not wear a seat belt in the back seat? DEFINITELY not. Check out the video below to see five common myths debunked and learn along with us so, the next time the topic of cars comes up with your friends or family, you'll have a couple useful facts to…

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Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter Safety

Now that the snow is falling all across the country and the temperatures are dropping, it's important to stay safe on the road and prepare for anything that may happen this season. Before you drive, remember to check your lights to see if they're all working and check your tires to ensure they're inflated properly. Having antifreeze in your coolant is a great idea to keep your engine running smoothly and, just in case you get stuck on the side of the road, a few extra blankets in your trunk are essential. To learn more, check out…

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2016 F-150 is Only Pickup to be Highly Recognized by Both IIHS and NHTSA

The safest Ford F-150 models ever have just earned two of the highest safety recognitions available. The 2016 F-150 SuperCrew and the 2016 F-150 SuperCab configurations both earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick, giving the F-150 the fine distinction of being the only large pickup to do so. 




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