Window Picks and Summer Road Trips (Across the Lot)

In this episode learn about:

How three women experienced the 2011 Ford Edge, how your car may soon replace your doctor, what in the world a window pick is, and how to get yourself and your car through those long summer road trips. Special interview with Andrea from ZipSetGo on week one with the 2011 Ford Edge.

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Show Length: 20:16

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Show Notes

00:30 Introduction to ZipSetGo Kicks the Tires Series

01:08 Interview with Andrea from ZipSetGo on week one with the 2011 Ford Edge

07:43 Week one overview of the Kick the Tires Series

08:35 Off the Lot News and Notes

08:40 Zach: Paging Dr. SYNC, Ford developing in-car monitoring of motorist health [w/video]

11:33 Jeff: Report: NHTSA investigating Ford Freestyle over unintended lunging >>> Lebanon Ford Service Department

12:30 Discussion Topic: Getting your vehicle ready for summer!

12:38 Zach: Personal tips on surviving that long and boring road trip.

14:55 Jeff: Things to check on your vehicle before hitting the road.

18:43 Zach: Question of the week – What are some tips and advice you have for getting your vehicle ready for summer?


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