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Keep Your Ride Fresh

Don't let your paint job get ruined by not keeping up on your car washes. A simple car wash will go a long way to preserving the paint job on your vehicle and will protect your vehicle form damaging elements that will try to eat away at the metal parts of your car. If you wax your car, even better. A coating of wax will protect your car from all kinds of gunk that will try to eat away at the body of your car and even protect it form harmful UV rays. UV rays aren't just damaging…
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Remember to Have Fun!

Road trips can be a lot of fun, but they can become stressful if you have over packed and you have to dig through tons of stuff to find what you are looking for, of if you've forgotten something, or if you thing you may have forgotten to do something. So, take the stress out of your trip (it's supposed to be fun, after all) and pack light, make a list of the things you need to take and do, and breathe. It helps to plan out where you will be going and where you will be staying…
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Driving Safely When in a Rush

Sometimes you will need to get somewhere quickly, due to unexpected traffic or departing late, and will experience challenges in arriving safely as a result of your need to rush. Driving fast and safe may seem like an oxymoron to many but the following tips can help you to do so.

- choose the spots where you are able to drive fast and make good time. Avoid driving recklessly with a lot of traffic and be strategic when you drive faster on open roads

- don't be nervous at any point about missing an appointment and stay focused on the road…
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Why Should I Concern Myself With Rotating My Tires?

Tire rotation is not a subject that is on the top of our conversation list, that is for sure. We do not lay awake at night worrying about our tires. But our tires are important, and there is a way to save money and drive more safely at the same time.

We rotate tires to keep the wear on the tires even. Because of the different positions on the vehicle, tires will wear differently. Rotating them makes this wear even, and it prolong the life of the tire immensely. It makes for a safer, smoother ride as well. Your tires…
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The Ford Escape SE

Available in a variety of different models the new 2017 Ford Escape offers an amazing SE model that is filled with tons of safety and comfort features. The SE model offers a 1.5 liter EcoBoost engine as well as a 2.0 liter twin scroll EcoBoost engine each offering Auto start-stop. The SE model is a six-speed automatic transmission and does offer select shift capability. The standard SE models offer curve control, traction control, and electric power assisted steering for even better handling. Optional models of the SE SUV offer intelligent 4 wheel drive as well as a reverse…
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Not Your Boss's Work Van

Our dealership is excited to offer you an opportunity to take the unique 2017 Ford Transit Connect for a spin.

This stylish vehicle goes from cargo to passenger and back to cargo with an ease that will floor you. Need to run a load to a customer? No sweat in cargo mode. Have a crew to transport? The seats come back with virtually no effort. You'll turn heads with the thoughtful styling and sleek design. It's fun to drive - certainly not expected from a work van - and easy on the gas bill. You've got the option of…
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Traverse City Young Professionals Lunch & Learn

We had a wonderful time this afternoon at the Traverse City Young Professionals Lunch and Learn. With the support of the TC Chamber, the TCYP program supports our local business community by providing networking, development and civic engagement opportunities for young professionals ages 18-40. Fox Grand Traverse, BMW of Traverse City and Mercedes-Benz of Traverse City are the proud annual sponsor of this series of events.

 
 
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Katie Heintz Basketball Tournament

 

Students will battle teachers on the basketball court at Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools (GTACS) for the benefit of northern Michigan kids who have their own fight against cancer. The annual Katie Heintz Basketball Tournament will take place Saturday, March 4th at St. Francis High School. Games start at 6 p.m. but the event is preceded by a spaghetti dinner that begins at 5 p.m. A freewill donation is accepted for the tournament, while the dinner fee is a suggested minimum donation of five-dollars per person and $20 per family.


Jerry Zezulka from Serra Auto will coach…

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