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The Safety and Satisfaction of the 2017 Ford Explorer XLT

When you take the wheel of a full-size crossover SUV like the 2017 Ford Explorer, you're taking command of a vehicle that can provide you with style, comfort, capability, and safety so your whole family can cruise with a smile. For the Sanchez family in the video below, it's the XLT trim that meets their needs. From the SYNC 3 touchscreen infotainment system for entertainment, to the maximum of 81.7 cubic feet of cargo space, to the safety of the rearview camera and lane-keeping system, and more, it might just be the perfect vehicle for you and…

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The 2017 Ford F-150 Platinum Exceeds All Expectations

Getting inside the cabin of the 2017 Ford F-150 means taking control of a handsome and rugged pickup truck that can dominate any road and take on nearly any job; for those of you that need more luxury and style in your ride, the F-150's Platinum trim has you covered. Take it from real F-150 owner Gary "The Ripper" Ripowski in the video below and learn more about the massaging seats, 3.5-liter V6…

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When Should I Replace My Car Battery?

The time to replace the battery in your car is as soon as you see warning signs it is failing. Most drivers are unaware of these failed battery warning signs, so be on the lookout for the following:
  • When you try to use the horn in your car, it sounds much weaker than you remember it sounding.
  • There is a very strange and strong odor coming from the battery compartment when you open the hood.
  • The engine is starting to take longer to crank over when you go to start it each morning.
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4 Ways to Prepare for a Breakdown-Free Summer Road Trip

Summer is hot in Houston, TX. That heat poses its own unique challenges to families who want to hit the road for a destination vacation in their new Ford SUVs.

Tires are more likely to blow out in the hot summer months, thanks to low air pressure and overheating. Batteries, too, take a toll in temperatures above 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Other than being locked out of your…

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4 Ways to Prepare for a Breakdown-Free Summer Road Trip

Summer is hot in Houston, TX. That heat poses its own unique challenges to families who want to hit the road for a destination vacation in their new Ford SUVs.

Tires are more likely to blow out in the hot summer months, thanks to low air pressure and overheating. Batteries, too, take a toll in temperatures above 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Other than being locked out of your…

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Houston Hybrid Drivers Want to Know: What is MPGe?

Though they may be a far cry from the tough F-150 trucks favored by Texan cowboys, efficient hybrid and electric cars are growing ever more popular in the Houston area. Models like the 2017 Fusion Energi, with its 610-mile range, are ideal for long hauls across the Lone Star State.

As these battery-powered behemoths rise, drivers interested in them have noticed a new term: MPGe.

Both the 2017 Fusion Energi and the C-Max Energi boast up to 104 MPGe for city driving, but what does that really mean for those behind the wheel?

Electric energy is usually measured in kilowatt-hours…

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Being prepared in a roadside emergency

When you get behind the wheel of your car, safety is always the main priority. Therefore, you should be prepared for any situation that may arise. A roadside emergency kit can help you prepare for these uncomfortable situations and give you peace of mind. These are just a few recommendations of what you could keep in your emergency kit.
  • A first aid kit including bandages, antiseptic, gauze, and medicines
  • A small fire entinguisher
  • One quart of your vehicle's motor oil
  • Gallon of your vehicle's coolant
  • Flashlight with spare batteries
  • Non-perishable snacks such as granola bars
  • Basic tool kit…
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Maintain a Safe Distance

Following too closely behind other vehicles is a dangerous way to get to and from where you are going. If the vehicle in front suddenly brakes or if you become slightly distracted, you could rear end that vehicle. Also, depending upon how fast you are driving you can become seriously injured or injure several others on the road. If you are behind a car, leave space for another vehicle to easily fit in between you and the vehicle in front of you. In a situation where a vehicle is following closely behind you, you can still create a safe distance…
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How Can I Get Better Mileage Out Of My Car?

There are a number of ways to increase your gas mileage whether your car is new or has been around the block a few times.
  • Go easy on the accelerator. Do not take off to a quick start and drive as if you are a race car driver. This wastes gasoline and is dangerous anyway, as well as being hard on your engine.
  • Keep your car tuned up at all times. A badly tuned car will burn a lot of gas and cause pollution as well.
  • Remove excess weight from your vehicle. The heavier a car is, the more energy…
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