Line of Ford Trailers and Campers Introduced

A line of licensed Ford trailers and campers have been introduced with the goal of letting Ford customers explore the nation. Ford officials say the new models are “for our adventurous customers” and are built from Ford’s top of the line towing technology.

The new trailers and campers are built in partnership with Livin Lite, an Indiana-based subsidiary of Thor Industries, a leader in the industry. Livin Lite will use its exclusive aluminum alloy to make the models stronger and more lightweight. Ford says licensing to Livin Lite was “an easy decision” given their use of advanced materials and bold design.

Ford will offer both slide-in campers and travel trailers and toy haulers, with the campers starting at 6 and 8 feet and the trailers starting at 22 and 24 feet. In the future Ford plans to add shorter campers and longer trailers as well. The models are inspired by the Ford F-Series and have a similar front end design.

Campers will be available in the first few months of 2016 with trailers and toy haulers following in the second quarter of the year.

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Holiday Driving Safety Tips

Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year on the roads, and between congested traffic and icy streets, driving around this time can be pretty dangerous. Just follow these holiday driving safety tips and you’ll make it safely over the river and through the woods.

Before you leave, make sure your fluids are all at the right level, your windshield wipers are working properly, and there aren’t any problems with your car. A breakdown is the last thing you want, especially in crazy traffic.

Get a good night’s sleep the night before you leave and eat a good breakfast. If you’re driving with someone, switch off every few hours so you don’t get tired.

If you don’t know the way well, make sure you have a GPS or navigation system on your phone and write down the directions as a backup. Go the speed limit or under it if the roads are bad, and don’t get worked up over aggressive drivers.

Bring an emergency kit in case you do break down, and keep your gas tank at least half full to prevent your fuel line freezing. Drive safe, and have a great holiday!

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