6 Tips to Help Extend the Life of Your Vehicle (Across the Lot)

6 Tips to Help Extend the Life of Your Vehicle

In this episode learn:

Six little known tips that may help your vehicle last longer, why the gas station you fill up at actually matters, and OnStar’s response to consumer tracking privacy.

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Show Length: 31:18

Presented by: Lebanon Ford

Lebanon Ford is a new and used car dealership located in Lebanon, Ohio, serving the greater Cincinnati and Dayton area. Lebanon Ford; Connect, Engage, Drive.

Show Notes

00:30 Discussion Topic: 6 Tips to Help Extend the Life of Your Vehicle

00:33 Zach: Tip 1 – Be patient during the break-in period

03:09 Jeff: Tip 2 – Drive with care everyday

06:25 Zach: Tip 3 – Buy gas at reputable service stations

08:57 Jeff: Tip 4 – Don’t fill up if you see the tanker

11:08 Zach: Tip 5 – Lighten up your key chain

12:58 Jeff: Tip 6 – Go easy when you’re stuck

10:56 Introducing the Ford Evos, a look in to the future of vehicle technology

Check out Alex’s blog post covering the features of the Ford Evos here.

15:26 Answers of the Week: What do you think is the future of vehicle technology?

Find more information on myTech Team or contact Alex here.

21:40 Off the Lot News and Notes

21:55 Zach: OnStar bends to pressure, will not track data (via Autoblog)

25:53 Jeff: Ford yanks bailout ad amidst controversy (via Autoblog)

29:42 Question of the Week: Do you believe Ford was right in pulling its’ controversial bailout ad?


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