Brake Inspection is More Than Regular Vehicle Maintenance

Do you know that on-time brake inspection is more than a regular vehicle maintenance? Generally speaking, all auto manufacturers advise their customers to ensure that the brakes are functional before starting any journey. If you want to safeguard yourself and your family, you don’t have any other option than regular brake inspection.

If your vehicle has ABS braking system, you can easily identify any malfunction with the color of the brake dashboard light. When you see it glows in red or amber, it is a signal for a proper brake inspection by specialists. Also, if you hear any grinding…

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Say Hello to the Stylish, Substantive 2017 Ford Explorer

What do we here at Beaman Ford Inc. enjoy about the 2017 Explorer, our esteemed American automaker's full-size crossover?

Well, to be honest ... everything. We feel it's a winner from hood to trunk!

And we also believe that much is evident in the clip below. Tag along with the vehicular gurus at MotorWeek, as they try the Explorer on for size:

Clamber up the Explorer model range to its pinnacle and it's there you'll be met by the feature-rich Platinum.

Standard equipment on this trim include a 365-horsepower turbo-V6 engine, a panoramic sunroof, a parking assistance…

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Getting there is half the fun with the 2017 Ford Escape

When you hit the road for an unforgettable summer getaway, shouldn’t the journey there be half of the fun? We seem to think so here at Beaman Ford, and that's why we love offering the 2017 Ford Escape to our customers around the Dickson area.


No matter where you go, the Intelligent 4WD in the #FordEscape will help you get there.

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The Ford Escape is a crossover vehicle that brings a lot to the table. This model features a smooth, calming ride…

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Be Kind to Your Neighbors: Use the Mustang's "Quiet Start" Mode

We all make mistakes. We know, for instance, that you didn't mean to wake up the entire neighborhood by accidentally roaring your 2018 Ford Mustang's V8 engine at 6am. Happily, thanks to Ford, you never have to make that mistake again.What magic feature has Ford come up with? It's called Quiet Start. When it's active, the valves on your engine will stay closed, cutting down on the noise you make while driving. You can also use the Mustang's controls to set up time frames where Quiet Start will trigger automatically. Good manners don't…

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Enjoy a Special Summer Project with Genuine Ford Auto Parts from Beaman Ford Inc.

Summer is a perfect time for personal projects. With your free time, great weather and plenty of hobbies to look forward to, there aren't many better opportunities to address that special passion that you share. And this means that summer is an ideal moment for customizing your vehicle with a genuine Ford auto part or accessory here at Beaman Ford Inc.!

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What is a Blind Spot Information System?

Whether you drive a big Ford F-150, or a small Ford Focus, your vehicle has two blind spots on either side. They may change in size and shape depending on your vehicle, but they are always there—two areas you can't see from your mirrors.

When you learn to drive, you are taught to look over your shoulder to check your blind spot before changing lanes. Between that and your side mirrors, you should have all the blind-spot information you need, right?

Maybe not.

New drivers often forget to perform a shoulder-check before changing lanes. Experienced drivers can get…

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Signs It's Time to Replace That Car Battery

When your car battery is starting to die there are signs. Like anything, if you know what to watch for, you can avert a disaster. In this case, that disaster was avoidable if you had these important tips to know when it's time to replace that car battery.

Car Horn
If your car horn starts to sound like a strangled animal, then it's probably a fairly big sign that your car battery might need to be replaced. That goes double if it makes no sound at all. Sure, it could be the horn, but odds are, it's…
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Planning in Advance for a Safer Road Trip

Forgetting even the smallest items can turn a small issue on the roads into an emergency. Our service center has you covered, we have compiled a list of safety tips you can start working on in advance of your trip so things go smoothly.

Advance safety planning tips for your road trip include:
  • Bringing an empty gas can in case you run out of fuel.
  • Filling up the washer fluid so you can see clearly on the road.
  • Bringing along a gallon of engine coolant in case of overheating on the highway.
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Time to Wash Your Car

If you would like to have your car washed by a group of professionals, then please do not hesitate to look into the ratings and reviews that have been left in pertinence to any particular location prior to getting it cleaned. You may be able to retain the value of your vehicle by having it undergo a car wash, as it may need to have a certain amount of dirt and/or grime taken off of it. If a considerable amount of dirt and/or grime sticks to the exterior elements of a vehicle for too long, it is highly…
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What To Include In A Roadside Emergency Kit

Nothing is more frustrating than a sudden car breakdown while driving. One way to ease that experience is to have a roadside emergency kit that you keep in your car. A good kit has items for your car and items for you.

Your car kit should include:

*Jumper Cables
*Fire extinguisher
*Road flares
*Gas can
*Multi-purpose tool
*Work gloves
*Canned air for tires
*Duct Tape
*Box Cutter
*Ice scraper
*Light sticks
*Reflective triangle

Your personal kit should include:
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