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How to Relieve Stressed-Out Pets in the Car

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​When people take their pets on the road, it is often stressful. While many dogs find car rides a tail-wagging adventure, others might be uncomfortable with the movement of the vehicle and can even end up throwing up. These tips will help you handle that.

Tip for Motion Sickness
 
- If your furry baby gets the urge to throw up when you travel, then go to the vet and get some motion sickness medication. Yes, they do have that for pets.
- Make sure to wait to feed them after the ride.
- Place their carrier or crate in the front seat instead…
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Schedule a routine oil change for your vehicle today

Changing your engine oil is one of the most valuable services you can give your car. This is because engines have several moving parts, which if not well lubricated, can wear down due to increased friction. Not having regular oil change can destroy your engine parts and when this happens, your car will not move. Having a regular oil change will lead to a sound engine.

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Oil can absorb dust particles and water. When the oil becomes saturated with this stuff, it bec

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Ford's 2017 Escape: Fear Car Seats No More

Need an escape to get away from the annoyances of car seat installation? Ford has one. The 2017 Ford Escape doesn't eliminate the need for car seats, but it does provide the perfect conditions for easy installation.

How easy? In car seat tests performed by Cars.com, the 2017 Escape received "A" ratings in every relevant category. You’d be hard-pressed to find another class of its size that's better suited to carrying your car seats (and the children who ride in them).

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Ford History: Everything Changed for Ford Trucks After WWII

From the powerful F-350 Super Duty, to the ubiquitous light-duty F-150, Ford trucks are some of the most dependable and innovative. Maybe it's because Ford has been building trucks for 100 years.

In 1917, the Ford Model TT defined the pickup truck segment for America. At the time, the First World War was still raging overseas, but it wasn't until after World War II that Ford trucks evolved into what they are today.

During WWII, Ford's manufacturing plants were...

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What Does CPO Mean?

Have you heard the term CPO or certified pre-owned recently but not sure exactly what it means? Well, we are here to tell you what it means to be a certified pre-owned Ford car, truck or SUV. Because we know there are many drivers in the Roswell area who are searching for a high-quality pre-owned vehicle at a great price.

 

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The 2017 Ford Focus vs. the Hyundai Elantra: No Competition

Getting an excellent compact sedan is easy when you choose to shop with us here at Angela Krause Ford, and the 2017 Ford Focus should be right at the top of your must-have list. Of course, we know that savvy drivers in the Alpharetta, GA area need more details than that so, in the video below, you can see how the Focus compares to a main rival: the Hyundai Elantra. Once you learn that 93% of all Focus models sold in the last 10 years are still on the road, you'll want to add one to your driveway right…

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Make Your Road Trip Less Stressful

Road trips are great, but they are even better if you are prepared. A lot less stressful, too. First off, start your trip off with a clean car. You will probably finish your trip with a messy one, but at least the beginning of your journey was pleasant. Be sure to also check your fluids and make sure that your tires are properly inflated. Plan for detours. Even if you are super-prepared and everything looked great when your left the house, you may still run into problems, like car trouble. So, make sure that you have a backup plan. Bring…
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Spend Some Time on Your Car

Keeping your car clean? If not, you could be damaging the paint and that can lead to rust. Once rust sets in, the body of your car will quickly deteriorate. But you can avoid that by just keeping up with your car washes and by not skimping on the wax. You should get your car washed about every two weeks, but it can depend on your driving habits. If it gets dirty sooner, then get it washed sooner. If you haven't driven your car in awhile and it's pretty clean, you can probably go a little longer than…
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