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Quick Tips for Driving Safely with Food During the Holidays

If you are lucky enough to be spending the holidays at home, you may not need to worry about how to safely transport food during the busy season. But if you are spending the holidays with family or friends, or in charge of procuring items for parties or gatherings, you may need these quick tips to ensure you - and your food - arrive safely.

Secure Containers
Be sure all of your food items are closed securely within sturdy containers. Do not transport liquids or sauces in bags that might leak or break. If you can, use plastic containers that won't…
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Tips for Heading Out on a Holiday Road Trip

Now is the perfect time to set aside a few hours and plan your holiday trip. The things you do now could reduce the chances of you being stuck in traffic during your long drive. That being said, be sure to keep these tips from our team at Freeway Ford in mind during your travels.

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Small Size, Big Value: The 2018 Ford Fiesta

If you are looking for the perfect commuter car in Bloomington, MN, with a blend of good looks, superb handling, and excellent fuel economy, the 2018 Ford Fiesta hits all the buttons. Available as a subcompact sedan or hatchback, the 2018 Fiesta is surprisingly voluminous, featuring room for four adults comfortably.

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Four Reasons You Should Try an SUV

SUVs are a popular type of vehicle, and people love them for good reasons. If you're not sure about whether or not you want an SUV for your new car, there are some things to consider. Here are a few reasons you might want an SUV parked in your driveway.

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2017 Ford Fusion Gets Rave Review from AutoGuide.com

Has the hunt for your next daily driver led you to the midsize sedan segment? Well, if so, we here at Freeway Ford believe you may well flip your lid for ours, the 2017 Fusion.

How come?

AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai is here to shed some light on the issue; join her in the clip below:

An absolute beauty of a base trim, the Fusion S most definitely demands attention.

Standard features on this model include 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, LED taillamps, a rearview camera, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, the SYNC infotainment array, voice-command compatibility ...

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Drift Mode Makes the Ford Focus RS Even Better

The Focus RS is fast. With 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque, Ford claims it can go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.7 seconds (sidebar: that means it was tested in Europe, where 0-to-100 kmh is the standard). Jonathan Elfalan, in charge of road tests for Edmunds, recorded a 4.9-second 0-to-60 time as his personal best, so real-world results are close to the advertised numbers.

This isn't a Mustang, though, winning its fame on raw…

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The 2017 Ford F-150 Answers All Your Trucking Needs

If you're on the lookout for an exceptional pickup truck that can get you through nearly any situation that comes your way on the road - or off the road for that matter - then there's nothing quite like the 2017 Ford F-150. This full-size pickup truck offers the option of four powerful engines, a standard 4.2-inch touchscreen SYNC infotainment system, the ability to tow up to 12,200 lbs. when properly equipped, a…

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28 Percent of Americans are at Risk of Becoming Human Projectiles During Crash, Says IIHS

Do you always buckle up when you get into a car? In Bloomington, wearing a seatbelt is the law for both front and rear-seat occupants. However, according to a new IIHS survey, only 72 percent of Americans say they always buckle in the back seat.

One of the most frequently given reasons was the perception that the back seat is safer. That's where we install child seats, after all, and in the 1970's the rear center seat was indisputably the safest place to be in a vehicle.

The safety gap between front and rear seats has narrowed since…

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Being Prepared can Avoid Catastrophe

When you are taking a road trip, you have to be prepared for whatever could happen. Being properly prepared can turn an otherwise catastrophic scenario into one that is very manageable. One of the most common things to stall a road trip is a flat tire. Having to wait for a tow truck, then wait for the tire to be replaced can take a long time, but if you are prepared to take care of it yourself, you can get right back on the road.

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