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Briarwood Ford Service and our Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center are now offering appointments for oil and air filter changes and our full service “Works” Fuel Saver Package!
Call (734) 429-8824 to make an appointment. This service is available Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. With an appointment, we can perform this service for you, in and out, in one hour or less.
You’ve loaded the cast iron cookware, pot holders and necessary utensils into the trunk or bed of the pickup. The ingredients are chilling in the cooler.
All that’s missing is a meal plan.
Below are some ideas for a cast iron camp cookout from the folks at Lodge cast iron.
Tires aren’t complicated. Just keep them properly inflated, rotate them every so often and don’t run over the curb and they’ll be just fine, right?
A midsummer's drive can turn your vehicle into a piece of abstract art, especially in rural areas where insects are thickest. Bug goo bakes under the sun and slowly eats away protective coatings.
How can you prevent insect juice from permanently damaging vehicle paint and chrome?
Americans crave competition. And what's more basic than who's the fastest?
One of summer’s simplest pleasures resides in the grandstands at the racetrack. The shriek of spinning wheels. The aroma of burning rubber. Vibrations from rumbling engines perking your neck hair.
Children readily charge into traffic after a ball or sprint from a school bus without looking. That’s just part of being young, exuberant and carefree.
And that’s a big problem even for careful drivers as schools across the nation start fall sessions.
Pack a cast iron pot for your family’s summer road trip and share a link with the pioneers who rumbled westward in the 1800s.
“Cooking with cast iron over a campfire is classic Americana,” said Laura Candler, social media coordinator for Lodge Cast Iron, a Tennessee-based cookware company.