Showing Your Girl You Love Her Is Better Than Just Telling Her

When your woman has her special day coming up, whether it be her birthday, or valentines day or any other day that has some special meaning, like an anniversary, or something like that, you have to show her you love her. You can tell her you love her, and you had better do that too, but you need to show her in a way that she can then tell her friends about. No girl brags to her mom and sisters that her boyfriend says he lovers her. They need proof, and there’s no way to prove merely whispered words. And it’s in your best interest for them to believe you that you love her. So what can you do to make you girl feel special because of some material action? Here’s how.

Buy Her A New Dress and Earrings


Any fool can buy how woman a pair of earrings or a necklace, and sure, that shows some love. But even more love can be shown by getting her a matching dress so it’s a whole outfit. Not only does that mean she can fully dress in wares that you bought her, but it also means that she can wear it to a family gathering and when someone compliments her on her dress, she gets to say that you bought it for her and then bam, you are in the good graces of everyone there. That goes a long way and you may think it’s cheating but it’s not, it’s really nice.

New Car


You may think i’m crazy to suggest that you buy your girl a new car but that’s just why it works. If you see the line up of cars at San Fernando Ford you won’t think i’m so crazy. In fact you’ll think i’m perfectly sane, because the cars are cool looking, new and shiny, and the monthly payments are not outlandish. You’ll be amazed at the kind of deal you can get. And when your woman wakes up on her special day and sees a new car in the driveway she’s going to freak out. Also they’re running some amazing deals at Sunrise Ford of North Hollywood. You’ll be the king of her heart for years to come. And when she arrives to work, her co-workers will be impressed, and when she goes to her parents house for dinner, they’re going to be amazed. You’ll be the hero and the man. And that’s good!

Get Her a Cat


There’s only one thing women love more than new cars, and that’s new kittens. Sure they turn into old gross cats, but the joy a kitten brings to a life is worth it for inevitable turn. So get a little kitty from the shelter and box it up and give it to her and she will be so thrilled when that little meow comes out and fills her heart with love. Everyone loves a kitten.

Reading the 2001-2007 Ford Escape Expert Review


Ford Escape is a mid-size car-based comfortable and functional SUV. It was developed in association with Mazda; Mazda Tribute is based on the same platform. The Escape is available as a front- or four-wheel drive. Powertrain choices include a 4-cylinder or V6 engine and a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. A hybrid version is available from 2005. Inside, the Escape is comfortable and roomy, but conservatively-styled and some materials are not of the top quality. Thanks to up-right styling, the visibility is very good. Controls are simple and easy to use. The rear seat offers plenty of space. If you need more cargo room, the rear seat folds down flat, although you need to remove the headrests. On the road, the Escape drives very comfortably, more like a car than a truck, however, engine and wind noise are noticeable, especially at highway speeds. The Escape’s reliability has been spotty.

2006 Ford Escape interior
2006 Ford Escape interior, click for larger view
2006 Ford Escape
2006 Ford Escape
Ford Escape engine
The 3.0-liter V6 Duratec 30 engine

Engine: The 4-cylinder 2.0-liter 16-valve DOHC 127-hp Ford Zetec was the base engine on early models. From 2005, it was replaced by the 153-hp 2.3-liter 4-cylinder engine. The optional 200-hp 3.0L DOHC V6 Duratec offers more power, but at the expense of fuel-economy. Either engine is fairly reliable if maintained properly. The 4-cylinder 2.0-liter engine has a timing belt that requires to be replaced at recommended intervals. Both the 2.3-liter 4-cylinder and the 3.0-liter V6 engines have a maintenance-free timing chain.

Fuel Economy: The FWD 2007 4-cylinder automatic Escape’s EPA-estimated combined mileage is 21 mpg (20/24 mpg city/highway). It’s in tune with other competitors. However if you opt for AWD, the mileage drops to 18/23 mpg (20 mpg combined) in a 4-cylinder version. Strangely, the 2007 AWD V6 automatic Escape is also rated at 18/23 mpg.

Mechanical: Antilock brakes (ABS) are optional; standard from 2006. The Escape has disc brakes in front and drums in the back. All four disc brakes were available on late V6 4WD models.
The Escape’s optional all-wheel-drive system helps in slippery conditions but don’t expect it to handle an off-road trail.

Safety: In the NHTSA frontal crash tests, the 2001-2004 Ford Escape received five stars for the driver and four stars for the front passenger. The 2004-2007 model got four stars for both the driver and the front passenger.

Pros: Great size, visibility, comfortable spacious interior, car-like handling, strong V6, rear seat folds flat, affordable price.

Cons: Spotty reliability, outdated interior design, interior materials quality, noisy ride.

Why you need to have a Toyota Camry 2002-2006


The 2002-2006 Toyota Camry is a spacious mid-size family sedan with a soft smooth ride. A two-door version is sold as Toyota Camry Solara.
The Camry has front-wheel drive and comes with a fuel-efficient 4-cylinder engine or a smooth and powerful V6.
The Camry’s interior is comfortable and very roomy with plenty of rear-seat space. The dashboard is somewhat plain but everything is well laid out. The instrument panel is very simple with large gauges. Front seats are soft, although somewhat lacking in side support. The trunk is large. The Camry is known to hold its value well; maintenance costs are below average for the class. Overall reliability is rated above average, but there are some trouble spots to watch out for. We’ve done some research on common problems, read more below.

2006 Toyota Camry interior
2006 Toyota Camry interior
Toyota Camry 2.4-liter engine
Toyota Camry 2.4-liter engine
NHTSA crash tests: Frontal
Driver Frontal
Pass. Side
driver Side
2002 Camry 5 Star 4 Star 2 Star 5 Star
2003 Camry 5 Star 4 Star 3 Star 5 Star
2004 Camry 4 Star 4 Star 4 Star 3 Star
2005-2006 Camry 5 Star 5 Star 4 Star 3 Star

Powertrain: The base engine is the 2.4L 4-cylinder DOHC, model 2AZ-FE. This engine was widely used in many Toyota vehicles, including the RAV4 and Highlander SUVs. The optional 3.0-liter 24-valve V6 is smooth and powerful. From 2004, the 3.3-liter V6 DOHC VVT-i engine became available on SE V6 model.
A manual transmission is only available with a 4-cylinder engine.

Timing belt or chain: The 4-cylinder 2.4L engine has a maintenance-free timing chain. Both 3.0L V6 and 3.3L V6 have a timing belt that needs to be replaced at regular intervals. See more information on the next page.

Safety: The Camry has disc brakes in the front, drums or discs in the back. Anti-lock brakes (ABS) were optional; standard from 2005. Side and side curtain airbags were optional on 2004-2006 models. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) rated the 2002-2006 Toyota Camry “”Good”” for frontal crash protection, however models without optional side airbags received “”Poor”” rating in side crash test.
See NHTSA crash test results in the table.

Handling and ride: The Camry is a pleasure to drive, especially on the highway. The ride is very soft and smooth; road bumps and expansion joints are absorbed well by the suspension. The steering is very light too. The 2.4L 4-cylinder engine is pretty quick off the line and provides enough power for everyday driving; the V6 is strong and very smooth. The handling is good overall, but is not sporty by any means.

Fuel Economy: The Camry is among the class leaders in fuel economy. The 2005-2006 automatic 4-cylinder Camry gets 21/31 mpg. This means that with mostly highway driving, you can get up to 466 miles (670 km) to a tank; the fuel tank capacity is 18.5 gallons or 70 liters.

Pros: Good on gas (4-cylinder models), comfortable soft and quiet ride, roomy interior, spacious trunk, easy to maintain, resale value, above-average reliability.

Cons: Plain interior design, pricey compared to competitors, front seats lack lateral support, paint is easy to scratch, poor scores for side crash protection without side airbags.

If going to Las Vegas don’t forget the Toothbrush and Bail Money

By now everyone has seen at least one of “”The Hangover”” movies and you realize just what can happen to you on a trip to Las Vegas that gets out of hand. While you and your friends may not find yourself breaking into Mike Tyson’s home, some strange things are known to happen when people get to Las Vegas. People seem to lose some of their inhibitions and may go a little overboard at times, so you and your friends need to try to plan ahead, take precautions and make sure you have everything you really need to have with you for your road trip to Vegas.


If you are driving to Las Vegas from Southern California (which statistics show over twenty-five percent of people going to Vegas do), there are a few things you want to keep in mind. Even in the days of the use of smartphones and GPS, it is a good idea to take a look at the route you are going to take for your drive. Know that it is not going to be the most scenic drive you have ever gone on since a good portion of the drive is basically desert. It’s a good idea to let someone know back at home who is going and where you are going in case you do happen to breakdown somewhere, get caught in a storm, get kidnapped and end up in an Elvis impersonator show or something more drastic.


You also want to be sure that you keep an eye on your gas tank and think about any pit stops you are going to make along the way. There are spots on the route where gas stations are few and far between so knowing where you are at can be important so you do not run out of gas along the way. The same can be said of making food stops as there are areas where not much is around, so you either want to stop when you know you are in populated spots or pack some food and drinks for the car ride and just go along.
As far as what you need to pack for your trip, it really depends on what your goals are. If you and your friends plan on taking part in all night poker tournaments you might only need a clean shirt, mouthwash and sun glasses. For those looking for something a little more refined you want to bring clothing appropriate for what you are going to do and where you are going. You may not need a suit and tie, but you might want a sports coat and nice slacks or a bathing suit if you are planning on swimming anywhere.

Photo gambling chips on the dark

Photo gambling chips on the dark

There is one more thing you want to take care of for your road trip to Las Vegas. You need to make sure your car is in good running condition before you head out. Get an oil change and have your car checked over to make sure it does not need any major repairs. If your car looks like it just is not going to make it you may want to look at and find a more reliable car. You can get great new and used car deals at so you have the car you need to get you to Vegas for a time you will not soon forget, or one you have trouble remembering.

The best things about the Toyota Corolla 1998-2002


The best-selling model in the world, Toyota Corolla was introduced in Japan in 1966 and more than 30 million Corollas have been sold worldwide by 2007. The Corolla is a very simple, reliable and easy to maintain vehicle with one of the best fuel economy ratings in its class. As it’s very popular, the Corolla holds value well and is easy to sell. Available in North America only as a front-wheel drive 4-door sedan, the 1998-2002 Corolla was offered with only one engine: the 125-hp 1.8L 4-cylinder DOHC, model 1ZZ-FE. This engine doesn’t have a timing belt; a timing chain is used instead. This engine is proven to be reliable if properly cared for. Transmission choices included a five-speed manual as well as a three- or four-speed automatic. The Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) and side airbags were available as an option but are rare to find.

Inside the Corolla offers simple but practical design with basic instruments and easy to use controls. It’s a small car but with 6’2″” I had no problems to fit into the driver’s seat with enough head and legroom. The interior quality is good for an inexpensive car.

On the road, the Corolla has easy handling with comfortable and quiet ride, except for some engine noise on acceleration. The soft suspension absorbs road bumps well but some body roll is noticeable in turns; of course, this is not a sports car. The 1998-2002 Corolla received four stars in the frontal crash tests and three stars in the side-impact crash tests performed by the NHTSA. Models with side airbags received four stars for the front seat protection in the side-impact crash tests.

The EPA rates the 2001 Corolla with a 4-speed automatic transmission at 26/36 mpg or 9.0/6.5 liters per hundred kilometers. This means that you can travel approximately 344 miles on one 13.2-gallon (50L) tank of gas. The 3-speed automatic model is rated at 25/30 mpg or 9.4/7.8 L/100 km.

Overall, Toyota Corolla is a perfect choice if you need a small reliable and fuel-efficient transportation. The Corolla won’t cost you much in maintenance and if one day you decide to sell it, it won’t be difficult. If you find a used Toyota Corolla in good condition, it can last for a long time without major problems if maintained well. Two of my friends had this model Corolla for many years and both were very happy with the vehicle. One thing to watch out is the engine oil consumption. Before buying a used Corolla, have it checked out by a knowledgeable mechanic.

How to change your cabin air filter

CARPHOTO-4302Many cars have a cabin air filter that filters outside air coming into the cabin. A cabin air filter is recommended to be replaced every 12 months or 10,000-15,000 miles (16,000 – 24,000 km).
Signs of a clogged up cabin air filter include reduced air flow and bad odor coming from the air vents.
A cabin air filter clogs up faster if your car is parked under trees or if you drive on unpaved roads.
In some cars a cabin filter is easy to replace, in others, it’s better to let your dealer have it replaced it for you. Here we are replacing the cabin filter in the 2009 Toyota Corolla:
Replacing the cabin filter in the 2009-2013 Toyota Corolla
Changing cabin air filter step one

In this car, Toyota made it very simple and provided the instructions in the owner’s manual; it is a fairly easy task.
Changing cabin air filter step two

The first step, as per this manual is turn the engine OFF; of course, we don’t need it running. The next step, open the glove box, locate the damper and slide it off.
Changing cabin air filter step three

Now, the manual says push in each side of the glove box to disconnect the claws. What it means is there are two claws sticking out on each side (see the next photo); to pass them out of the glove box opening, you need to squeeze the glove box gently from each side.
Changing cabin air filter step four

Here you can see the claws we are talking about.
Changing cabin air filter step five

Here is what we got behind the glove box. Click on the photo to see the larger image.
Changing cabin air filter step six

This is easy: remove the filter cover.
Changing cabin air filter step seven

Pull the old filter out carefully, as it might be filled with leaves and other debris. This one looks dirty.
Changing cabin air filter step eight

Here is the new cabin air filter we bought from a Toyota dealer.
Changing cabin air filter step nine

All we need now, is to install everything back in the reverse order. Make sure install the filter the right way. This manual says The “”?UP”” marks shown on the filter should be pointing up. Slide the filter back carefully; check if the cover closes properly.
Changing cabin air filter step ten

Again, push in each side to make the claws go back in.
Changing cabin air filter step eleven

Lastly, push the damper back into its place. Done. At a dealer, this job typically costs from $30 to $70 for labor plus about $20 for a part.

If you want to better filter out odors, you can buy an activated charcoal cabin air filter that better absorbs various smells. We have tried it, it does work better.

School Days are Here – Packing for Your First Trip to College

The day you have been dreaming of has finally arrived. You have been waiting for years to finally graduate from high school and go to the college of your choice and now it is happening. While it all may seem a little surreal at first, once reality sets in and the day draws closer and closer you are going to realize that you need to make some preparations so that you have everything you need for your big move. You want to be sure that there are some essentials that you take with you as you pack up for your first trip to college so you can be sure you have everything you need to get yourself off to a good start.

African American mother helping daughter pack for college

African American mother helping daughter pack for college

Bedding – You probably have not given much thought to bedding at all over the last few years since your parents have taken care of it for you, but now at college you need to make sure you have it all for yourself. You want to find out exactly what size bed you will have available to you in your dorm so you can be sure to get sheets that fit properly. Many college dorms actually have extra-long twin beds so you need to make sure you get sheets that are the right size for you. You also want to have blankets, pillows and pillow cases, but remember you do not want anything too bulky or awkward to handle since you will have to wash it all yourself.

Right Toyota-6-2

The Right Bathroom Items – There is no doubt you will remember things like your toothbrush, shampoo, deodorant and the like, but there are also a couple of specialty items you want to bring along as well that you will find indispensable. Shower shoes will be very important to you at college. You will be sharing the shower area with other people so having waterproof shoes or flips to wear in the shower will be a big help to you. You also want to make sure you bring some towels of your own, a caddy to carry your shower items, a bathrobe (critical if you need to walk down the hall to the shower) and a first aid kit with some basics so you can avoid having to go to the health center all of the time.
Cleaning Supplies – While you may pick up some things after you get to school, it never hurts to have some of the basics with you when you arrive in case anything needs to be cleaned first. You also will not be sure who is responsible or when common areas get cleaned, so having things like a plunger, toilet cleaner, a mop, a light vacuum and window cleaner can be important.

Right Toyota-6-3

Once you have everything packed up you will be ready to go and you can always bring things you may have forgotten on your first trip back home. You may want to be sure that your car is ready for this type of trip as well so you not only have the space to pack but you have reliable transportation for when you are away from home. You can find great new and used cars that have everything you need when you visit a Toyota dealer in Fountain Hills like Right Toyota. The salespeople here can point you to just what you need so that you have the best car to start your college career off the right way.

How to pre-wash your car with a citrus


Citrus power bug & grime removal pre-wash

Its essential to have a solid pre-wash, bug and grime remover that you can always turn to. Here at Auto Finesse car care we have created a car wax and paint sealant safe, citrus pre-wash that comes pre-diluted and ready for use. Our citrus pre-wash Citrus Power is perfect for those dark, dirty winter months when your car shampoo needs a helping hand.

Citrus Power’s citrus cleaning agents make it the perfect pre-wash to tackle a number of task around any motor vehicle, from motorbikes to cars right through to the dirtiest of off roader mud pluggers. Citrus Power bug and grime remover starts to work on contact breaking down a number of contaminates such as; road grime, bug splatter, grease, oil, road salts and traffic films.

By using Citrus Power bug and grime remover pre-wash you help remove any surface contaminates that could have later become clogged up in your wash mitt. Later these contaminates could cause you to inflict swirls and marring into your paintwork surface.

Bug splatter and road grime

Throughout the year a daily driver can become covered with bug splatter, road grime and traffic film which can often be hard to remove once dried. This causes issues with the car wash process and can lead to people scrubbing hard on the paintwork to remove the baked on splatter or road grime, later this can create marring and swirls on the paintwork surface.

Citrus Power eliminates this. Simply spray Citrus Power onto the area and allow dwelling whilst Citrus Power does all the hard work for you. Then remove the splatter and grime with fresh water, be it from a garden hose or pressure washer.

Lower body panels

Areas on the lower half of a vehicle often collect the most dirt and can be the cause of swirl marks. Places such as sills, wings and behind the front wheels often become the dirtiest from road grime, road salts, grease and brake dust. By adding Citrus Power into your car wash routine as a pre-wash you can remove a lot of this dirt before you take a wash mitt or sponge to your paintwork. Spray Citrus Power on the lower half of your car before the car wash stage, and allow dwelling for five to ten minutes before rinsing off.

Wheels,tyres and wheel arches

Often the use of a heavy alloy wheel cleaner is not always needed to produce the finish desired, especially when wheels have been previously waxed with a wheel wax such as Mint Rims. Spray the wheel and tyre in Citrus Power and allow dwelling. If needed, agitate the dirty wheel and tyre to release any trapped in dirt. Once agitated, rinse the dirt away with fresh water. This process also works well with wheel arches.

Engine bays and door shuts

Engine bays and other greasy/oily areas such as door jambs can be a worrying area for many when it comes to detailing. Citrus Power however makes light work of engines bays and door jambs, new and old. The cleaning agents in Citrus Power break down dirt, grease and oil found around the engine bay and in door jambs and is safe on painted parts, plastics and exposed metals. Often agitating is required to release hard ground on dirt and grime.

The Automotive Electrical System


How does my cars electrical system work?

Learn how the automotive electrical system works in your car. From the Battery, Starter, Alternator and Cables, we will look at how to keep your electrical system operating properly. When it comes to getting your electical system serviced, follow the tips below to make sure your mechanic fixes it right the first time.
Common Problems:

The battery is usually the first part of the system to wear out. Most batteries last between 3 and 7 years depending on brand and design. Batteries can be fine on minute, and dead the next. More on this later.
Blown fuse: Is one part of the electrical system not working like the interior lights or dash lights? Your first thing to check is the fuses. Look for the fuse panel under the dash, in the glove box, or even in the engine compartment in some cars. Most fuse boxes will be labeled by circuit. Modern cars use a blade type fuse which is rectangular in shape and transparent. Look for the wire which runs through the fuse and see if it is burned through. Any discoloring of the fuse is a good sign the fuse has blown. If you have doubts, replace with a new fuse and test the system which is not working.
Alternator: Does your car start ok, but your headlights dim when idling. It could be a bad alternator. When the alternator can not produce enough electricity to keep the electrical systems running and the battery will have to be used to take up the slack. This will eventually wear down the battery and not allow your car to start.


I don’t think there is a tougher system to troubleshoot on your car than the charging/starting system. This is due to the fact that there are many things that can go wrong and it’s tough to test some components without special equipment. Let’s go over some possible situations and their possible causes.

Car won’t start, all I hear is a click but the engine does not turn.
First check all battery cables for corrosion as this will keep power from flowing freely to the starting system. If they are dirty, clean with a wire brush and reattach. ( Click Here For an Example of a Battery Brush )Apply a light coat of grease to the top of the terminals to prevent further corrosion.
Battery could not have enough power stored in it to spin the engine. This can be caused by a bad cell in the battery or from a bad alternator not charging the battery when the engine is running. If you can get the car to a mechanic, have him or her test the battery and charging system with a special tester. This tester places a load on the battery and can tell the condition. They can also check to see if the alternator is working to it’s full potential.
Starter or solenoid could be bad. If you can not jump start the car and all of the battery cables are ok then suspect the starter.
Car won’t start, I hear nothing.
Check battery cables as above.
Have the battery tested. There could be a bad cell causing a short. You can try jump starting but often the car will not stay running.
Car won’t start, all I hear is a horrible grinding noise.
Grinding noises point to the starter not properly meshing with the flywheel. This can be caused by a bad solenoid or a bad spot on the flywheel.
I have also seen starters loosen up so they no longer contact the flywheel at the proper distance. While not common, it is something to keep in mind.
Car starts but my headlights are dim at low engine speeds.
Look to the alternator for problems. Take the car to your mechanic to have the alternator checked for proper operation.
Check for loose wires going to the alternator. Also check for corrosion as this will inhibit the alternator from charging properly.
Check the tension on the alternator belt. If it is too loose, the belt may slip and not drive the alternator properly.

As you can see there are plenty of things to go wrong with the charging system and it is always best to take the car to your mechanic and have it tested before you go replacing parts blindly.
Preventing problems with your electrical system:
Replace your battery every 4 years as a safety measure. It will save allot of headaches down the road.
If your battery is not a sealed unit, check fluid levels in each cell. Only fill with distilled water and be careful around the acid which is in the battery.
Check your alternator belt frequently for cracks and tension. Replace per your cars manufacturers recommendations.
Clean your battery connections at least once a year. Parts stores sell a handy terminal cleaner which is basically a round wire brush which works wonders. Once you reattach the terminals, coat with a layer of heavy grease or special purpose grease sold at parts stores. This layer will block the air from reacting with the connectors and creating corrosion.
How to jump start your car:

Jump starting your car does not have to be a hard task. First lay out the cables on the ground between the two cars. Make sure that the cable is not tangled and none of the end clamps are touching each other. The car with the good battery should be running.

Step 1: Take the positive (red) clamp closest to the car with the good battery and hook it to the positive terminal of that car. The positive terminal will have a + sign on it and usually a red wire running to it.

Step 2: Repeat this step on the car with the bad battery, hooking up the positive clamp to the positive terminal on the battery. Make sure the clamps are contacting well and can not fall off.

Step 3: Take the negative cable (black) closest to the car with the good battery and hook it to the negative terminal of the battery. The negative terminal will have a – sign and usually a black wire running to it.

Step 4: This is the last step and the most important. Take the negative clamp closest to the car with the bad battery and attach it to a bare metal part of the engine. DO NOT hook it to the batteries negative terminal as there maybe hydrogen gas present from the battery and a spark from the connection could cause an explosion.

That’s it…… turn the key on the dead car and the car should start. If it does not, try revving the engine on the good car to boost the charge coming from the alternator. If this does not work, try wiggling the cables to assure you have a good connection. A GOOD set of jumper cables are a necessity. I have had cheaper sets not jump start a dead car. I actually had to double up two cheap sets to get enough current to start my car. The cheaper sets will have thinner cables which can not carry enough amperage to start some stalled cars. I would suggest buying a cable which has 4,6 or 8 gauge wire.

Commercial Car Options


You might have bought your family’s new car from Ontario Ford and loved the service, but now that you need to buy a vehicle for your company, where are you supposed to turn? Did you know that Raceway Ford and most other Ford dealerships offer a great variety of commercial vehicle options in addition to the sedans and other cars they carry?


Raceway actually has its’ own commercial vehicle department that specializes in these type of sales and can help you find what you need. They carry a huge variety of options when it comes to commercial vehicles. They carry the Transit Direct, E-Series Van, E-Series Wagon, E-Series Cutaway, Super Duty Pickup, and Chassis Cab. Whatever you’re in the market for, their commercial vehicle team can help you find it. Whether you’re hauling a group of people to and from a job site or hauling heavy equipment, they’ve got something to fit any need you might have for your business. From farmers to musicians, everyone needs a commercial vehicle at some point and Raceway is proud to provide you a variety of options. So why not turn to the company that you trusted and felt comfortable with when you bought your family’s car? Your work vehicle is no less important. Let us put you in a work truck that you can trust to get you, your employees, and your equipment where you need to go safely and efficiently. Our dealerships use commercial Ford vehicles every day for complimentary customer shuttles and more. We trust them above all other vehicles on the road for commercial use and we’ll show you why they work so well. Stop by the dealership today and let us show your our fleet of vehicles and then take one on a test drive.