Maintaining Your Vehicle by Rotating Your Car Tires

Getting to the service center to get the tires rotated has a huge positive impact on your safety and your finances. Here are just a couple reasons how important it is to get those tires serviced.

If you allow the tires to wear unevenly because they are not getting rotated every 5,000 miles, then what will happen is the car can begin pulling to one side at high speeds at putting your and your passengers in serious danger.

The car tires not being rotated cause some treat to wear faster, which has a negative impact on the way the…
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The convenience of using a dealership's online financing application

Saving on time is one of the most important things that technology has enabled for modern drivers. If you are looking for a means of acquiring a new car or rather seeking some great spare parts for your precious automobile, then you need to rely on the dealership’s online application. Some of the great things you can achieve with this kind of program include:
• Improved level of convenience for it works instantly.
• The bottlenecks involved in the offline process are eradicated.
• The online application can be used at any time of the day, and there is no need to…
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Comfort and Safety on Four Rubber Wheels

If you're like most people, safety and comfort are among your top priorities when buying and maintaining your car. A good set of tires is an essential piece of keeping both of those qualities at their best.

Much like a comfortable pair of shoes, the right set of tires is crucial. Tire quality is important but even more so is the type of tire. Summer passenger tires offer unmatched comfort and noise reduction, while studded winter tires offer the best traction in hazardous in icy conditions, with all season tires providing a little bit of both.

You wouldn't…
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Mid to Late Fall Car Maintenance

Keeping your car in check is vital, especially when it’s cold out. And since some cars are known to be fickle in cooler temperatures, now's a good time to schedule your maintenance appointment.

Cold temperatures can have negative effects on your vehicle. Below are a few things to keep in mind during your next scheduled maintenance:
  • Checking the battery: Aside from the engine, batteries are what keep your car running. However, if you...
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MotorWeek Enumerates Best Qualities of 2017 Ford Explorer

Are you on the hunt for a full-size SUV for your next daily driver? Well, if so, we here at Cleburne Ford think you may well find your perfect pairing in ours, the 2017 Explorer.

And why's that, you wonder?

Allow our friends over at MotorWeek to explain; their evaluation of the Explorer is as follows:

The Explorer's entry-level engine -- a 3.5-liter V6 -- is straight-up superb.

Coupling with a six-speed automatic transmission, the base six-banger turns out a terrific 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. It is available in both front- and all-wheel-drive formats.

And we…

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Why You Should Always Check CARFAX Vehicle History Reports After a Hurricane

It always pays to use caution when purchasing a used car, but that is never truer than after a serious flood. Hurricane Harvey displaced thousands of Texans, destroying homes and cars. We've been inspired by how communities have banded together to help, providing relief and aid to those affected—but we have also increased our scrutiny about pre-owned cars coming into our inventory.

The dangerous thing about flood damage is, it can be easy to hide. Shampoo the stains out of the upholstery, rinse the mud off the paint, and it looks good as new.

The problem is, all…

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Everything You Need to Know About Microfiber

No matter how hard you try, are there always streaks left behind on your Ford's windshield? The problem might be the cloth you're using. You might be using the wrong towel to dry your car's paint, too.

As Larry Kosilla of Autoblog Details explains, you want to use microfiber towels to get the best results on any detailing job.

What is Microfiber?

Microfiber towels are made of a blend of polyester, which gives the towels scrubbing power, and polyamide, which makes them absorptive.

Each fiber is about 60 to 100 times smaller than a hair on your…

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4 Easy Ways To Boost Your Fuel Economy

We are confident in saying everyone would like to get better gas mileage. So we have a few little changes that every driver can adapt to help improve their fuel economy by changing the way they drive.

  • Cruise Control: Whenever you are cruising down the highway use cruise control, keeping your vehicle at the same speed will use less fuel, boosting your fuel economy
  • Lighten The Load: When your car is packed to the brink…
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