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Lifetime guarantee on Motorcraft brakes pads

Lifetime guarantee on Motorcraft brakes pads

You’ve trusted us to maintain your Ford or Lincoln vehicle and we want to reward that loyalty with a promise.

If you purchase a brake service that includes the replacement or repair of brake pads and rotors*, we will guarantee those parts for as long as you own your vehicle.

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Unique air truck provides life-saving support for firefighters

Unique air truck provides life-saving support for firefighters

One of the most useful vehicles owned by fire departments nationwide doesn’t pump a gallon of water. Instead, the truck provides clean, breathable air to firefighters, an important commodity to someone charging into a searing building billowing with smoke.

“Firefighting is inherently dangerous and having a reliable supply of clean air allows us to perform in extremely hostile conditions,” said Capt. Ken Kuykendall of the Folsom Fire Department in California’s Central Valley.

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Seasonal service

Quick check of climate control system prevents chilly ride

Quick check of climate control system prevents chilly ride

Your family doesn’t need to wear parkas to stay warm in your vehicle this winter. The climate control system may simply need some minor adjustments before traveling for the upcoming holidays.

“There’s any number of reasons why a heater or defroster isn’t working. Sometimes they are simple fixes, other times they are indicative of larger problems,” said Steve Schaeber, manager of service training for the Mobile Air Conditioning Society.

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Car care

Protect your vehicle's finish with a pre-winter wax, polish

Protect your vehicle's finish with a pre-winter wax, polish

Waxing isn’t just for muscle cars on display at auto shows. Laying down a protective layer over clean paint helps your vehicle weather the snow, rain and salty roads of winter.

“Winter always has the harshest elements on the paint itself,” said Mike Pennington, a product expert for Meguiar’s, a company specializing in car care products. “A thorough washing and waxing before winter is crucial for the preservation of your vehicle’s exterior. It’s not just a job for summer.”

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Seasonal driving

Life-saving tips for traveling through school zones

Life-saving tips for traveling through school zones

School zones present special challenges for drivers of all ages, especially during the first few weeks of September.

“We want parents to make safety a top priority for their teens as they head back to school this fall,” said Ashley Sharaky, spokesperson for California’s Office of Traffic Safety. “Of course, these reminders apply not only to back-to-school season, but throughout the school year.”

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Don't let a flat tire put a hiccup in your holiday travel plans

Don't let a flat tire put a hiccup in your holiday travel plans

Holiday driving provides plenty of challenges even for experienced drivers. Imagine how a flat tire could ruin your plans to celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends.

“You should check your spare regularly because tires lose air pressure over time and the last thing you want is a flat spare when you really need it,” said Dan Zielinski, senior vice president of public affairs for the Rubber Manufacturers Association.

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Accessories

Simple tips to keep a clear view on the outside world

Simple tips to keep a clear view on the outside world

You wouldn't watch a movie through broken glasses, so why drive with a cracked windshield?

“Maintaining visibility is crucial for driving safety,” said Ron Fausnight, technology specialist at RainX.

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