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To Keep Your Lincoln's Finish Looking Perfect, You May Have to Resist Cleaning It

Have you ever seen a gorgeous luxury vehicle kept in pristine condition, without a speck of dirt on it, but the paint is dull and lifeless? Too often, well-meaning owners damage the clear-coat of their vehicles by being a little too meticulous in keeping them clean.

Imagine you're out at the park for a Sunday stroll, and you return to find a bird has done its business on the hood of your new Lincoln Continental.

This injustice shall not stand.

You immediately whip out a handkerchief to clean it up before driving back home, before anyone can see what…

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How to Maintain Visibility When the Sun is Glaring

The hot summer sun can be blinding, especially shortly after sunrise, and before sunset. We can't always avoid driving during these hours, though, and they are such beautiful times of day, you may want to take your Lincoln out for a relaxing ride to take in the views.

What can you do to stay safe when rays are shining directly in your eyes, causing visibility-destroying glare?

Try these five tips:

  • Clean the inside of your windshield. Small particulates diffract light, worsening the effect of glare. A windshield that looks clean can turn dangerously opaque when light hits it at…
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Finding the Perfect Vehicle

When you know what you want but don’t want to go through all the hassle of searching, let us do it for you. All you need to do is put your perfect-vehicle criteria into our CarFinder, we scour all the vehicle choices until we find the ones that fit what you want; when we find it, we send you the details and pictures of that vehicle. Life can be stressful, we make sure the car-buying experience is not.

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Put Off Having to Buy New Tires

Don't neglect your tires-they need some tlc too. Your tires should be rotated regularly-about every 7,500 miles or so, in order to keep your ride running smoothly and the tread on your tires wearing evenly. You will even get better gas mileage if you keep your tires in good shape.
 
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Tire Rotation and Inspection

Tires are rotated every few thousand miles because they wear differently. The reason that they wear differently is because they perform different functions and are at different points on the vehicle. Front tires turn direction; back tires do not. So, those front tires are going to experience a different kind of wear in a different part of the tire. They carry different stresses and weights and pressures all of the time. They will wear differently. That is why we rotate them. It evens out the wear and provides a longer life for each tire and a smoother and safer ride…

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