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Before Your Road Trip, Take a Few Precautions

Summer has come to Watchung, NJ, and those enjoying our local parks are getting a reminder of why it's called the Garden State. Many families are determined to take advantage the fair weather, and strike out on a road trip this season.

Before you pack up your spacious new Ford truck or SUV, however, the AAA recommends drivers take a few precautions:

  • Pack an emergency kit…
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Take Care Of Your Vehicle With An Oil Change

Your car is often one of your most expensive investments. Because you spend so much time and money on your vehicle it is important to keep up with the general maintenance of it. Simple things such as an oil change can help to prolong the life of your vehicle. Having an oil change can help your car to run smoother and safer. Many drivers underestimate the importance of engine oil.

Engine oil works to lubricate the many different working parts of the engine. The engine oil also helps to maintain the cleanliness of the engine and avoid any dirt buildup…
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Picking the Perfect Parts: Ford specialists and Motorcraft parts help optimize your vehicle

There are a lot of cases where a generic product will do the job just as well as a name brand, and often at a cheaper cost. But when it comes to auto maintenance and parts, generic parts simply won't do. When you're out on the road, you don't want to be putting your trust in budget brake pads or sub-standard suspension parts. You want to have the best, and that means using only Motorcraft parts to service your Ford vehicle, available at our service center here at Liccardi Ford.

 

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Take it From Slick: You Don't Want to Skimp on Oil Changes

The next time you're thinking about procrastinating when it comes to having your vehicle's oil changed, or even worse, avoiding the necessary service altogether, consider this: modern car engines are incredibly sophisticated pieces of machinery with hundreds of parts, many of which are constantly rubbing up against one another at breakneck speeds--not to mention extremely hot temperatures.

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