Archive for the ‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

Where Can I Service My Ford in Chicago?

Saturday, November 30th, 2019
Mechanic using socket wrench on engine of car

Ford Service and Maintenance in Chicago, IL

When your vehicle needs service, it’s important to make sure that skilled experts are on the job. The last thing you want is for a technician who doesn’t have a lot of experience working with your type of vehicle making mistakes during routine maintenance. Luckily, there is a skilled team of technicians at Metro Ford in Chicago, IL, who know Ford vehicles inside and out. If you are in Cook County, Illinois, and need maintenance or service on your Ford vehicle, make sure you schedule an appointment with the service center at Metro Ford. (more…)

How Do I Prepare My Car for Winter?

Monday, November 25th, 2019
View of snowy road and trees with bottom of car and text box that says How to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Five Steps to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Winter is coming and with it comes an increase in accidents, dead car batteries and more. Although you might not be able to prepare yourself for the extremely cold weather and slippery conditions, you can take a few steps to get your car ready for winter. If you’re wondering how to prepare your car for winter, check out the six steps listed below! (more…)

Say Goodbye to Summer with a Day Out on One of These Awesome Trails

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018
pathway through a forest in fall

Best Hiking Trails near Chicago

It’s tough for us to admit this, but summer seems to have conclusively passed. While many of us are undoubtedly excited about the arrival of the cozy and somber holiday season in just a few short months, many of us are also trying to ease the transition by continuing to find ways to have fun outdoors even as temperatures cool. (more…)

Using Ford SYNC® in your new vehicle

Thursday, May 17th, 2018
2018 Ford Escape SYNC 3 system under text reading How to pair your smartphone with Ford SYNC 3

How to pair your smartphone with Ford SYNC® 3 

The world is changing at an exponential pace. With almost everyone having a tiny computer in their pocket, people are more connected than ever, and many of them like to remain connected even if they are behind the wheel. In order to discourage the dangerous behavior of using a cell phone while driving, most new vehicles are equipped with infotainment systems that make it easy to use your phone without taking your hands off of the wheel. Of course, before the system can be used, your device needs to be connected to the system.  (more…)