Preview: 2022 Ford Maverick

Ford Marverick  

The request for Ford to manufacture a small pickup truck is finally in the works. As drivers have requested a more compact model be released, the automaker has responded and recently released the production data to its investors. The "C-Pick Up" is expected to be released as a 2022 model in the next year and called the Maverick. Ford is currently testing 21 prototypes that it created before the model is available to the public.

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About StarVista

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Finding a way to ensure that the youth in a community is cared for and receive the guidance they need is essential. For those that live in the San Mateo area, one organization that has continued to be very dedicated to helping those in need in the community is StarVista. The StarVista organization has been dedicated to helping those in need for more than 50 years.

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Can I Start My Ford With My Phone?

 

Technological advances have allowed vehicle manufacturers to step up their game when it comes to features that make your life easier. As of the 2021 model year, Ford offers the ability to start your vehicle remotely using the FordPass app. This will be a standard feature for all Ford models moving forward.

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Find Your Perfect Car in 2021

Find the Perfect Car for 2021  

When you know it's time to trade in your vehicle or upgrade to a better car, there are a few questions to ask yourself to ensure you understand what you need to purchase. Although it can be challenging to explore various makes and models, there are a few tips to follow to help you settle on something specific to your situation and lifestyle. If you're ready to find the perfect car in 2021, these few steps will guide you to making the right purchase and to having something reliable for many years to come.

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

Family in a Car

While getting a car with a good reliability track record helps, it's also essential to put in some elbow grease to keep your vehicle in top condition for as long as possible. No matter what year, make or model you own, properly caring for your car can significantly prolong its lifespan. All vehicles require some degree of maintenance and upkeep to perform at their best. Following these tips will help your car pass its milestone markers with ease.

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5 Tips While Social Distancing During Covid-19 Pandemic

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Most people across the world, including the US, are already feeling nostalgic about the days when you could meet your friends in a restaurant or café. Social distancing may seem hard, but it is the first step to minimizing the spread of the novel virus. The CDC and other health institutions have highly recommended minimal contact among persons, and it has changed everything- how we work and interact with loved ones. However, there are a few ways you could make use of the available time. The following are a few tips for making yourself busy in your home.

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Why it's Important to Keep your Car Maintained ?

Owning a vehicle requires you to invest a good deal of time and money into your investment. If you want your car to run properly for many years to come, you'll need to utilize things like routine maintenance and service. A reputable service center will help get you on a schedule that you can keep up with. This can include a variety of different services such as:

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What's the Secret Behind the Best-Selling F-150?

F-150

It's only natural that an all-American truck would be the front runner in the vehicle market here in the U.S., but the Ford F-150 has stood out for years now. Ford doesn't sit back and let their vehicles remain the same each year. This is the 13th generation of the F-150. Over the years, there have been exterior design changes, engine options added, technology advanced, and much more. The current model lineup…

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Ford Driver Assist Technology Could Stop ‘ANNOYING’ Backseat-Driver Behaviors On The Road

Ford Driver Assist Technology

Ford to the Rescue

Ford recently performed a study among its customers to tackle a rough subject: backseat drivers. We all know them, but do not love them at all, at least not when they're being backseat drivers. These often well-meaning passengers in a car will try to alert the driver if they sense a mistake is being made. What Ford wanted to know is if their Driver-assist technology might eliminate the need for backseat drivers from the future altogether.

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