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IIHS: Unbelted Back-Seat Passengers Can Fatally Injure Driver in Crash

Here in Mt. Orab, passengers in the back seat of a vehicle are not required by law to wear their seatbelts. That's a person's individual liberty, but there is still very good reason to buckle up.

When an unrestrained passenger is sitting behind them, drivers are more than twice as likely to be killed in a severe collision, compared to crashes where the back-seat passengers are buckled up. The IIHS ran a test using crash dummies to confirm this statistic, and the result was shocking.

You might think a rear-seat passenger will hit the back of the driver…

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The Competition Can't Compare with the 2017 Ford Edge

A mid-size crossover SUV has some truly incredible versatility; whether you're going to the city or the country, whether you're driving alone or with a family, whether you're packing up a ton of work supplies or camping equipment, the 2017 Ford Edge is sure to please. However, we know that it has a lot of competition, so take a look at the video below to see the Edge compared to the Subaru Outback. From the hands-free foot-activated liftgate, to the ability to tow up to 3,500 lbs., to the available enhanced active park assist system, you…

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Plan your summer getaway with the Ford Escape

Summer weather is our favorite here at Mt. Orab Ford. Like us, we know you've probably got a few places on your list that you plan to travel to this season. Getting there is a whole lot more enjoyable when you're behind the wheel of a vehicle that's comfortable, safe and capable, like the 2017 Ford Escape.

 

No matter where you go, the Intelligent 4WD in the #FordEscape will help you get there.

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Take Proper Care of Your Tires with These Tips

 

 

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Can you identify the most important safety feature on your vehicle?

You might be surprised to know that it's those unassuming rings of rubber around your wheels -- your tires!

Your car has a lot of elements that depend on your tires to function well, so it's imperative that you practice good tire care to make sure everything runs smoothly. For your safety, stay on top of routine maintenance to get the most life out of your tires and be sure to replace…

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Seven Grilles, Updated Powertrains, and Diesel Come to the 2018 Ford F-150

The current generation of the Ford F-150 debuted for 2015, but that hasn’t stopped them from continuing to update it from model year to model year. This year, a new engine and ten-speed automatic transmission elevated the half-tonner to class-leading payload and torque, and for 2018, the roster will expand with a new naturally-aspirated V6, a long-awaited turbodiesel V6, and seven different grille treatments.

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Winter Fuel Economy Tips

You've probably noticed that the cold weather has a dramatic effect on fuel economy. Of course, you might choose to drive less and continue to save on your fuel. However, this is not possible for most drivers. Included here are a few fuel economy tips for you to test out.

Fuel Economy Tips
During the winter, a lot of people still like to warm up their car. Say no to warming up your vehicle. The engine will warm up quickly, if you just start the engine and drive off slowly after 30 seconds. Add a cold weather oil to…
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Are You Prepared to Breakdown?

Being a good driver involves much more than just driving responsibly. It also involves being prepared for any roadside emergency situation. You should never travel without a roadside emergency kit in your vehicle. It could save your life one day. You should have a First-Aid kit, bottled water, nonperishable food items, and jumper cables in your vehicle. You should also pack flares or reflective triangles, and a tow rope. You should also include "tailored" items that would be useful for the area where you live. For instance, if you live in a cold climate, then you should also pack items…
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Recharge Instead of Filling Up In The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi

Energi SE Specs

If you are looking for a great vehicle that gets excellent mileage and doesn’t need to be filled up then The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi SE is for you. The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi SE starts at $32,120 and gets approximately 104 city miles per gallon equivalent and 91 highway miles per gallon equivalent. The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi SE has a 7.6kWh Lithium Ion battery. The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi SE takes seven hours to charge with 120 Volts of power and two and a half hours with 240 Volts of power. Once…
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