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The Ford Mustang is Better than Ever

The Ford Mustang remains one of the most popular sports cars on the market. The lower front hood, sharp body lines and recognizable silhouette are unmistakably Mustang. While being modernized, the overall design represents decades of familiarity. Make the ultimate sport statement by choosing the convertible top that drivers quickly open or close with a convenient latch and electronic power.

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Does the Ford Flex Have a Parallel Parking System?

Parallel parking is a chore. That is why you must pass a parallel parking test to get your driver’s license. Selecting your spot, getting into the right position, and then jockeying back and forth until you get into position is a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you have traffic building up behind you.

The Ford Flex is a full-sized vehicle making parallel parking even more difficult. 

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When You Want Capability Features Choose Ford

In the market for a pickup truck that’s in a class all its own and beats its competitors almost every year? You won’t have to look any further than the Ford F-150, a popular full-size pickup truck. Stop at Nelson Ford and speak with our sales staff. They’ll answer any questions you may have about the Ford F-150.

With the Ford F-150, backing up will never be an issue again thanks to the Pro Trailer Backu Assist™. 

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Find Refined Comfort and Style with the Ford Explorer

Can a full-size SUV be classy? It sure can when it's the Ford Explorer. This popular three-row SUV received a thorough makeover for the 2018 model year. On the exterior, the dynamic new grille and distinctive front and rear LED lighting is sure to turn heads. Upgrade to the Explorer Sport for an even more distinguished look

Inside the Explorer you'll find a pleasing palette of colors for the refined interior.

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Debunking Motor Oil Myths

One of the most persistent motor oil myths is that your car's oil must be changed every 3,000 miles or three months, whichever comes first. In fact, this generally is not necessary for many, if not all, vehicles. You can safely have your oil changed with less frequency.

Another myth associated with motor oil is that synthetic oil improves your fuel efficiency. In some ways, synthetic oil can be better for an engine overall. 

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How to Avoid Hydroplaning

Whenever you drive in the rain, one of the biggest risks to your personal safety is hydroplaning. While there is no good time to get into an accident, inclement weather conditions can increase your risk. Follow these tips to help you avoid hydroplaning.

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Motor Oil Viscosity Ratings 101

Purchasing the right motor oil for your vehicle can be a daunting task if you are not familiar with motor oil viscosity ratings. In basic terms, viscosity is the measure of the oil's speed of flow measured with a tool called a viscometer.

Higher viscosity ratings are thicker and will flow more slowly. 

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Automotive Service | How do Brake Pads Work?

Ensuring your brakes are working properly is an important investment in your vehicle's safety. Regular checks and routine maintenance can also help extend your car's life and keep its handling smooth.

The braking system works on the principle of friction and is comprised of many parts that work together to allow your vehicle to slow and stop. Two of these parts are rotors and brake pads. 

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