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Back-to-school Safety Travel Tips for You and Your Family!

Back-to-school Safety Travel Tips for You and Your Family! 


 
With most of the children in our area heading back to school now around this time, this is no doubt a busy time of the year for most parents. And as parents are configuring their children’s new school schedules, they are most likely planning out to and from travel routes to school as well. So as we gear up to hit the car pool lane…
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How to stay safe this summer in your car!

How to stay safe this summer in your car!

 

 

 

The summer is here and we are enjoying all the fun in the sun it has to offer! For many of us the summer also means spending more time traveling in our cars. For those of us who this statement is true and for everyone in general who are setting out on summer road…

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How to Go Green this Spring with your Car!

How to Go Green this Spring with your Car!

 

  

With temperatures finally warming up as we get settled into the spring season, more than likely that also means we will be spending more time enjoying the open road. For those of us who prefer to be more conscious with their environmental footprint in all aspects of their lives, here are a few tips…

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Road Trip Travel Tips!

Road Trip Travel Tips!


  

It’s officially the spring season and we are so excited for all of the fun in the sun that is on its way. Most of us are also looking forward to the family trips and vacations that happens during this time. As we are prepping to make cross country treks, here are a few tips that you can do to make sure your Ford is in the best of shapes…

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The Top 4 Accessories and Gadgets of 2018 that you need for your Ford!

The Top 4 Accessories and Gadgets of 2018 that you need for your Ford!


 

WOW, 2018 is here and in full swing! Most of us can’t even believe that we’re almost to the third quarter of the year already. But we hope everyone’s New Year is off to an phenomenal start! This month we are sharing with our loyal Crown Ford of Fayetteville customers four of the must-have automotive gadgets to keep…
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Get Inspired by the 2018 Ford Edge

If you want driving inspiration, why not check out the new 2018 Ford Edge? If you want intelligent all-wheel drive, that is a standard option on the Sport model and can be ordered as an option on the other models. Nothing has been left to chance on this Ford Edge and that includes an amazing 39.2 cubic feet of cargo space right behind the second row of seats.

The 2018 Ford Edge's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive makes use of sensors to help you navigate various road and weather conditions with ease. 

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Should You Buy the Ford Expedition?

Crown Ford Fayetteville understands the importance of a reliable vehicle to Fayetteville, NC area households. Whether a single person, couple, or family with children, you have many uses for an SUV. The Ford Expedition is designed to meet your needs and preferences. It is a vehicle for comfortable driving in all seasons.

Fayetteville area drivers want a vehicle that can handle all types of road and weather conditions. The Ford Expedition can handle all types of road surfaces and off-road terrain. 

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Move Over Laws Exist to Protect Everyone Involved

Many of us may not actually realize it, but all 50 states have implemented some sort of "move over" law that requires us to change lanes for safety when we see an incident up ahead. These laws are to protect both the drivers involved and anyone responding to the situation.

This covers law enforcement, paramedics, tow trucks, and fire department. Essentially, any time you see flashing lights on the side of the road up ahead, you need to try and work your way over to give them as much room as possible.

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Move Over Laws Exist to Protect Everyone Involved

Many of us may not actually realize it, but all 50 states have implemented some sort of "move over" law that requires us to change lanes for safety when we see an incident up ahead. These laws are to protect both the drivers involved and anyone responding to the situation.

This covers law enforcement, paramedics, tow trucks, and fire department. Essentially, any time you see flashing lights on the side of the road up ahead, you need to try and work your way over to give them as much room as possible.

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