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Matching Your Tires to Your Car and Your Budget

Here at Moffitt's Ford Lincoln, we have a team of expert technicians trained to service and repair your car and to help you choose parts, including tires. If you are just looking for a nice, quiet ride, we have a selection of Regular Passenger tires, sometimes called Summer Passenger tires.

For rougher road and weather conditions, you can choose from any of our rugged All-Season Passenger tires for your sedan, SUV, or crossover. If you are looking forward to doing any driving in extreme winter conditions, we have a selection of Winter Tires that should handle those icy roads…

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Your Brakes Need Inspections Too

If you haven't given your brakes a second thought in a while, then there's a good chance they have been serviced in a while either. This can be dangerous. Brakes are an essential part of your car and they need regular maintenance just like everything else.

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Here's Why You Should Always Get Your Lincoln's Oil Change at Recommended Intervals

It's not hard to consider putting off an oil change for later: It costs money, it takes time out of your day, and your vehicle can seem to be driving fine anyway. However, it's always important to schedule an oil change at appropriate mileage or times.

Most importantly, putting off oil changes puts your Lincoln at risk for damage. Older oil doesn't lubricate an engine's parts as well as new oil. With less lubrication, parts are exposed to more friction. More friction means a greater chance for damaged parts.

 

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Vehicle Maintenance for Safety in Any Weather

Simple things like making sure your windshield wipers are in good repair, your headlights are functioning properly, and your tires are in good condition can go a long way toward ensuring your driving safety in any type of weather. It can be so easy to forget about these types of maintenance concerns when the sun is shining but then find yourself in trouble when you meet with inclement weather.
That is one reason it is so important to follow a routine maintenance schedule.
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