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Navigate life more easily with the Ford Escape

Midtown Motors is proud to include the ultra-accommodating 2017 Ford Escape in our current model lineup for drivers in and around the Warren area. This vehicle is always going to have your back, especially on the days when your hands are both literally and figuratively full.

 

You have a lot on your hands. We have just the trick to make you feel unstoppable. #FordEscape

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The Ford Escape's many features will cater to your every need, including when you've got hands full of…

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Enjoy Your Road Trip More with the Right Preparations

There are a lot of things to do before you head out on a road trip; you have to pick the destinations, find lodging, plan the route, fill up the car with gas, make sure everyone knows when it's time to go, et cetera and et cetera. However, if you don't have the right tools with you during the drive, it can make for a potentially unpleasant experience. The experts at Cars.com have made a list of two kits you'll want to bring - an emergency kit and a convenience kit - full of items that might just…

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Ford May Adopt Popular Eco-Friendly Material for New Vehicles

If you shop for green alternatives, then you are already well aware that bamboo is everywhere these days. It's used in house construction in place of hardwood flooring and cabinets. It's used to weave baskets, to make "wood" utensils and bowls—its fibers are even spun into a cotton-like pillow stuffing.

Soon, Ford may be jumping on the bamboo bandwagon.

The automaker has already tested bamboo, and found its tensile strength exceeds other sustainable materials by far. It resists temperatures over 212 degrees Fahrenheit. It looks like it will have what it takes to meet Ford's exacting…

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Remember to Prepare Before Your Road Trip

If it has been some time since you last went on a road trip, then it is possible you have forgotten how to properly prepare for one. There are several things that you may want to take with you prior to leaving for the road. Some of those items are: clothes, food items, accessories, beverages/water, phone chargers, and more. If you are planning on taking several things, then it is highly recommended for you to make a checklist that you can refer to. Not only will it help you to remember everything that you need to take, but it…
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4 Warning Signs of a Failing Car Battery

The car battery has taken on so much responsibility in recent years, powering your charging stations, GPS systems, and entertainment systems. The sooner you can spot potential trouble, the more you can enjoy all these devices while driving on the roads.

Here are a few of those failing battery warning signs.
  • As soon as the car is started, you see that the headlights are dim or barely staying lit.
  • When you make an effort to start the car in the morning, the engine slowly cranks over or you need to get a jump start.
  • The car battery has a very…
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Rotate Your Tires, Save Money, Get Peace of Mind!

Rotate your tires, save money. Such a simple statement, yet so many fail to follow it, and then wonder why they are replacing their tires earlier than expected! Your tires do not inherently wear evenly. This because when you turn into a corner, your wheels will actually turn at a slight angle which causes wear on the inside and outside edges, respectively. To mitigate these wearing characteristics, it is advised to rotate your tires every other oil change, or about every 6,000-8,000 miles. Another factor that can help your tires last their full potential is regulating your tire…
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Do Not Peel Rubber if You Want to Drive Efficiently

When you take off from a stop sign at high speed by gunning your engine, you are throwing gasoline away and into the air for no reason. Start off from a stop by gently pressing your accelerator and continue applying more pressure until you reach the rate of speed you desire.

Another great way to save gas and money is to properly inflate your tires. Under inflated tires will cost a lot in mileage and money. It only takes a few minutes to check your tire pressure and bring them up to the factory recommendations. Do not over inflate, however…
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Always Drive Aware

When you drive, there are so many things to watch out for-other drivers, kids, and animals. Even debris, potholes, and other road blocks. You need to always be attentive to your environment and to the cars around you. And since things are always changing when you drive, you should make it a habit to check your mirrors every 6-8 seconds to avoid any unwanted surprises. Always make sure that you do a shoulder check before switching lanes, and obey the road signs and speed limits. Even before you get into your car, you should be aware-check your car's fluids…
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