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What Does a Ford Extended Service Plan Cover?

Ford Extended Service

If you want peace of mind after purchasing your new Ford, consider buying a Ford Extended Warranty plan along with your vehicle purchase. These service plans backed entirely by the manufacturer, take the risk out of owning a vehicle by covering a variety of repairs that can occur after your powertrain and bumper-to-bumper warranty periods end. When you buy a new car at Serramonte Ford, we'll give you the option of purchasing an extended warranty, the cost of which can be rolled into your monthly payments.

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A Resolution You Should Add to Your List for 2015

Every New Year, people reflect on the past and make resolutions to change their lives for the better going forward. While dedicating yourself to becoming a better driver may not have been one of your resolutions, it's a worthy goal that'll make a big difference in your life. So along with dropping a few pounds and nixing cigarettes from your life for good, why not commit yourself to learning how to become a superior motorist? We've got tips on how you can accomplish this!

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Rain, Rain, Go Away: Best All-Season Tires for Your Ford

We can't make the rain go away, but we can help prepare you to drive in it. Whether you own a Fiesta, F-150 or Explorer, we've got a comprehensive rundown of the best all-season tires for your particular Ford model. If your stock tires are worn down, now's the perfect time to think about replacing them with new tires that offer greater safety and high-performance grip no matter the weather conditions. Check out the enclosed infographic to see what tires Ford recommends for your vehicle!

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Ford Motor Company Announces No-Cost Brake Pad Offer

You read the title right: Ford just announced the start of a new program called "Lifetime Brake Pad Guarantee," which covers the costs of Motorcraft brake pads when they're due to be replaced. If you purchased a set on or after July 1, 2014, we'll cover the cost of replacement brake pads for as long as you own your vehicle (installation fees not included). Read more for details about the program.

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