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Find the Perfect Car in 2021

Find the Perfect Car for 2021  

Ready to upgrade your ride? Many people like to look for new vehicles at the start of the year. However, don't make the mistake of buying a new car without doing some research. To get the most for your money, it's essential to get a vehicle that fits your lifestyle. Take a look at these helpful tips for finding the perfect car in 2021.

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What's So Great About Ford Co-Pilot360?

2020 Ford Explorer Co-Pilot360  

For safety-conscious drivers, the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of safety aids is an essential companion on any ride. The Co-Pilot360 package offers the most advanced suite of driver-assist amenities available. The comprehensive package is found standard on some Ford vehicles, while it's available as an add-on amenity for others. Either way, it includes the same basic set of forward-thinking technology to help keep the driver and occupants safe and protected from harm potentially caused by a number of road hazards.

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How to Use Ford Remote Start to Cool or Heat Your Car

Ford Fusion Interior 

The warmer summer months are approaching and as the temperatures rise, so does the level of discomfort that you often feel while in your vehicle. If you have to head to work or to run an errand, you may dread having to walk to your hot car. It doesn’t help if you have to park your automobile out in the driveway where the sun heats it up or on the top of a parking…

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Video: How to Charge Your Ford Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle

 

Purchasing a Ford plug-in hybrid / electric vehicle is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. It’s extremely easy to transition to this type of vehicle, but you will want to learn how to charge it properly. Ford equips all of their cars of this type with a 120-volt charging cord so that you can charge your vehicle at home or on the go.
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5 Ways to Protect Your Car From Sun Damage This Summer

Sun Damage to Car

Santa Clara may not be as hot as other regions in the U.S., but we still get a lot, and I mean a lot, of sun during the summer months.

And while sunshine might be a wonderful thing for most Californians (that’s why we live here right?), for your car, endless sun can be a burden, causing multiple problems from paint decay and decreased tire pressure to faded upholstery.

Take a look below…

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