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How to Identify Brake Trouble with Your Car Before they become a Problem for You

Your vehicle will give you clear warning signs when the brakes are not functioning properly. These are just a few of those failing brake warning signs that you should be on the lookout for today.

Pay close attention when the brake indicator light stays on, this is a sure sign of troubles with the brake system.

 
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Replace Your Battery If You Notice These Common Signs

A properly functioning battery can give you peace of mind as it plays vital roles in the running of your vehicle. The battery is responsible of storing energy and powering the ignition, fuel system, and every other electrical component of your vehicle. Visiting our service department here at Premier Ford Lincoln for a regular battery checkup and maintenance helps prolong its life and keeps your car functioning even in the harshest weather.

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The difference between leasing and financing

Although there are some similarities between leasing and buying a vehicle, there are some notable differences; if you opt to buy your next vehicle, you will be financing the entire cost, which typically translates to a higher monthly payment. When leasing a vehicle, however, you’re only responsible for the depreciation value, which is relative to the length of the lease.

 

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End your summer on a high note with the Ford Escape

The summer seems to leave us just as quickly as it comes, not leaving a whole lot of time to get outside and enjoy some downtime with the ones we love. If you're itching to make the most of these final days of summer, then upgrade your ride to the 2017 Ford Escape and venture off into uncharted territory.

The Ford Escape is in stock here at Premier Ford…

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Why Autoblog is More Accurate Than It Thinks with F-150 Raptor vs. T-Rex Video

The 2017 F-150 Raptor can sprint to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds. A video clip plays of the truck speeding along off road. The T. rex, played by a guy in a dinosaur suit, waddles along slowly.

The F-150 Raptor has four disc brakes for fade-free braking. The T. rex... has two feet? A similar series of clips plays.

You may think this video is absolutely silly—and it is—but the comparison is more accurate than…

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No More Stress with These 7 Kid-Friendly Road Trip Tips

It can be a pretty stressful experience bringing your kids on their first road trip - or even their twentieth road trip, if we're being honest - but it can be made a lot easier and more fun if you prepare first! In the video below, one experienced mom shares her tips with us on how to keep the kids happy, entertained, and full. If you have a couple minutes, check it out! However, if you're short on time, we have written out her hints in a short list below. Either way, we hope you end up having a great…

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Keep Your Vehicle Happy with These Easy Summer Car Care Tips

Now that it's summer, it's important to keep your Ford vehicle cooled off and healthy despite the hot weather. The experts at Autotrader have made a video with some easy tips but, to make it as succinct as possible for you, we've included the list written out below. Take a look, watch the video, and see how to get your vehicle in great shape:

Click to check the list and watch the video

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What are the Top Signs of a Failing Car Battery

If you are able to identify signs of a failing battery, you can have it serviced before trouble strikes. Most drivers are unable to identify these issues until it is too late, so here is a checklist to go through to see if your car battery is in need of servicing.
  • The battery casing appears to have swelled to the point it looks like it could burst.
  • Your check-engine light now remains on instead of blinking on the instrument panel.
  • The car horn sounds much quieter than normal.
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Tips to Getting Ready for a Road Trip this Summer

Planning for a road trip may include the amount of days you will be driving for, packing, and filling your car up with gasoline before you hit the road. Those are great necessities, but the important thing to remember is making sure your car is in good working order.

The first thing you should do is take your car to the dealership so it can get one final look over before you leave. Your car dealership will make sure your tires have enough air in them, will check to make sure your fluids are at the right level, and your…
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