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Safely Hit the Mccomb Roads with Your Pet Companion

Traveling with pets can be great fun, and many pets are happier on the road with you than back at home or at the kennel. Whether you drive a sedan or an SUV, you can prep your vehicle for safe and comfortable travel with your pets. If you plan to travel with pets often, be sure to ask us at Keith White Ford Lincoln about models that are best suited to you and your family. Also, ask about accessories that can make the ride safer and more enjoyable for the entire bunch!

Whenever you take pets on an adventure, get…

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Be Prepared with a Maintenance Game Plan

What is your maintenance game plan for your vehicle? It's crucial to come up with a routine service schedule for your car. Otherwise, they can break down or not run as smoothly without enough attention. As large investments for local Mccomb drivers, they require regularly scheduled maintenance to get them through the tough times. Every single vehicle, new or old, faces wear and tear. We all drive many miles in our cars and expect them always to perform. But can they do that without a service schedule?

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MotorWeek States Case for 2017 Ford Explorer

Has your new-car search led you to the full-size crossover class? Well, if so, we here at Keith White Ford-Lincoln think you should make a point to give ours -- the 2017 Explorer -- a go.

Wondering why we feel as we do?

Then, the clip below has your name on it. Link up with the vehicular gurus at MotorWeek, as they highlight the best qualities of the Explorer:

The Explorer's mid-level model, the Limited, is sure to make a strong push for your business.

Standard equipment on this trim includes a 280-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine, leather upholstery, heated and ventilated…

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Brakes Need Attention Too

Car owners need to take care of the routine maintenance that makes your vehicle great. Your car is made to drive when they are inspected and safe for use on the road. For most people, having your vehicle inspected every year will enable the brakes to be good enough to drive. The brakes should be checked every 12,000 miles to be on the safe side to prevent unnecessary wear and tear.

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The 2017 Ford Escape: Getting Car Seat Basics Right

Installing a car seat isn't brain surgery. In fact, after you've installed one, it's not hard to figure out the rest of them going forward. Not that that stops them from being a supreme pain in the butt every time. Think we're exaggerating? People spend hundreds of dollars specifically on car seats that install more easily. They wouldn't spend that kind of money if car seats were convenient.

A car can sometimes be as much of a problem as much of a problem as a car seat. Many vehicles simply aren't optimized to carry…

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The 2018 Ford F-150 Gets a new Police Model

Ford is the biggest provider of police vehicles in the United States. It shouldn't be any surprise, in turn, that the automaker has announced a new version of its F-150 release aimed at police.

The Police Responder will take the hotly anticipated 2018 Ford F-150 and transform it into a tool of law enforcement. With a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine under its hood, it will be able to produce 375 horsepower and 470 pounds-feet torque. The Police Responder will additionally have a 132 cubic feet of cargo space, a 7,000 pound towing capacity, and a high speed…

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