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Some Good Advice Before You Take Your Road Trip

Here at Short-Redmond Ford, we see all kinds of problems that people experience on road trips where a little planning could have avoided some problems. Here are some common sense bits of advice to keep in mind before you embark on your road trip.
  1. Bring your car to the dealership for a quick inspection so you won't break down during your trip
  2. Use a good road service such as Google Maps to chart your trip in the most efficient manner
  3. Plan for your passengers so they will have something to do, especially for the children. Kids can get bored…
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Stay Connected with Ford & Sync 3

Ford Sync is a voice activated technology that lets you control your car and touch screen entertainment system. It is controlled by Ford Pass, a mobile device that lets you track and control your vehicle remotely. You can start the car, lock and unlock the doors and even check the fuel in it. It has a convenient Wi-Fi hot spot too!

It is easy to get directions using the Sirius XM Traffic and Travel Link. You can locate stores, restaurants, travel

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New Ford Mustang Provides a Quiet Start for Your Adventures

As the days continue to get shorter and the darkness of fall settles in, one thing’s for certain: You need as much peace and quiet as you can get! This is true for your neighbors, as well. Now you can make a difference in your own morning routine while also acting as the neighborhood superhero when you bring home the 2018 Ford Mustang. What makes the new Mustang an excellent choice? We are pleased to introduce you to two new features that will enhance your daily commute: Quiet Start and Quiet Exhaust. See the two features in action:

 

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2017 Ford Explorer is a Huge Hit with MotorWeek

Might you be in the market for a full-size SUV? Well, if so, we here at Short-Redmond Ford would be quick to match you up with ours, the 2017 Explorer.

How come?

We'll let the car critics at MotorWeek tell it; join them in the clip below:

An entry-level offering not to be overlooked, the Explorer's 3.5-liter V6 engine is altogether excellent.

Good for a hearty 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque, the base V6 syncs with a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is available as an option.

We like the fuel economy…

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Experience the Efficiency of the 2017 Ford F-150

Drivers like you in La Follette have a lot to accomplish during working days. With limited time, you have to attend meetings or visit projects or your family. Your next vehicle needs to be dependable and efficient. Get the 2017 Ford F-150.

With four engines options, the F-150 enables you to choose the optimal combination of vehicle performance and the fuel efficiency fit for the terrain and your travels. The 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine has up to 12,200 pounds of maximum towing, and the 5.0-liter V8 delivers up to 3,270 pounds of maximum payload. The Ford F-150…

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Schedule a routine oil change today

What is the importance of oil changes? For a car to move there are numerous parts that must be functioning right. One of them is the engine. The engine is the most important part that is required for a car to move. It is from the engine that a car gets its driving force.

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Inside the engine are many moving parts that must be sufficiently lubricated for the engine to maintain its efficiency. When you put oil in the

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Ford Mustang Furthers its Legacy with Incredible 2017 Model

When thinking about the 2017 Mustang, our iconic sports car, we here at Short-Redmond Ford often find ourselves somewhat flustered.

As it turns out, the allure of such an auto can be quite a challenge to summarize.

So, rather than take this approach, we'll turn things over to carwow reviewer Mat Watson. Check out his evaluation of the Mustang in the clip below:

Though every Mustang model has its perks, arguably none are more thoroughly impressive than the top-of-the-line GT.

Standard equipment on this trim include a feisty, 435-horsepower V8 engine, upgraded brakes, electronic line- ...

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How to Remove Any Sticker from Your Ford

You bought a beautiful new car from Short-Redmond Ford of LaFollette, but you'd rather not keep the sticker on the rear liftgate or tailgate advertising where you got it. That's ok. This Autoblog Details video shows exactly how to remove any sticker without a trace.

What you'll need:

  • WD-40
  • Goo Gone
  • Microfiber towel

The easiest way to get rid of a sticker that involves the fewest special materials is with WD-40. Simply use your fingernail to pull up a corner of the sticker, then spray WD-40 under it, continuing to spray lubricant as you pull. For best…

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Ford Faces Unexpected Challenge of the Global Market: New Car Smell

Most La Follette, TN drivers love that fresh-from-the-factory smell of a pristine new Ford. Many Americans even go so far as to buy "new car" scented air fresheners for their older models.

America's obsession with new-car smell is not shared by the rest of the world, however, which presents a unique challenge to an automaker like Ford selling cars all over the globe.

In China…

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All-New Top Gear America Takes on Ford F-150 Raptor for First Episode

It's been a tough run of luck for Top Gear. The BBC series was hosted for decades by a beloved trio of snarky hosts, led by Jeremy Clarkson. When Clarkson was forced to leave due to, ahem, anger-management issues, things seemed to fall apart.

The show seems to be finding its stride again after a rocky few years, including premiering a new Top Gear America, which aired on BBC America last night.

In an exclusive…

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