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Back to School Safety Tips

Back to School Safety Tips

The new school year will be here before you know it, and that means it’s time to freshen up on proper safety. No matter the method of transportation, all students (and parents) can benefit from a quick refresher. Here are some back to school safety tips for bikers, bus riders, and those riding in a car. Bikers Bikers should wear a helmet, just in case they fall off their bike. Children should stop at crosswalks, get off their bike, and…

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How to Transport a Christmas Tree Without Damaging Your Ford

How to Transport a Christmas Tree Without Damaging Your Ford

Every December you take your family out to your favorite Christmas tree farm or lot to choose the perfect tree for your living room. For many families, that is the easy part and getting it home can be a challenge. With a few tips, you can transport a Christmas tree safely and without damaging your Ford. Trust the experts. If there are workers willing to do the job for you, then let them. They handle hundreds of trees each year,…

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Thanksgiving Travel Tips

Thanksgiving Travel Tips

Thanksgiving is incredibly close now, which means that if you had plans to travel and aren’t already on the way, you’re probably leaving soon. Traveling during the holidays can be stressful, especially when Thanksgiving is the busiest travel holiday of the year. The airline industry and AAA expect more travels than ever this year. Here are some Thanksgiving travel tips from us at Two Rivers Ford designed to help you reach your destination without a hitch! Attitude – Before you…

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Back to School Driving Tips

Back to School Driving Tips

Now that school is back in session, you are sharing the road with more drivers, school buses, and children riding bikes or walking to school. With this in mind, it’s a good time for some back to school driving tips. School Buses Never pass a bus that is stopped to load or unload children. This is illegal in all 50 states. Remember, a child’s life is more important than a few minutes of your time. Always allow a greater following…

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