The day after the Super Bowl is for talking about the big game at work, recanting the crucial plays, and maybe best of all discussing everyone’s favorite Super Bowl Commercials. This year there were some pretty powerful spots; including two … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again for the big game – Super Bowl XLIX. As you know this game will be played between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks on Sunday February 1, 2015. We know there will certainly … Continue reading →
Tuesday, December 16th, the Senate passed the Tax Extenders Bill that expands the Section 179 deduction limit thru December 31st 2014. This has quickly become a huge deal for local businesses big and small. It gives them the ability to … Continue reading →
Veterans served our country with selfless fortitude. Whether it was in the First World War, Second World War, Korean War, Vietnam War, or any other war in our history, the Veterans of our Armed Services have been the ones keeping … Continue reading →
It’s November and the cold weather is setting in on Delmarva and around the country. Cold weather can bring about some things that make life more difficult. Knowing this, I’ve put together a list of life hacks. I’m sure most … Continue reading →
Vehicle recalls are something that happen more often than you might think, but owners may not always know their recalled vehicle needs to be repaired. Just to be clear, I’m not referring to any major recalls like the Toyota sticking … Continue reading →
The National Insurance Crime Bureau announced its Hot Wheels report last week, the bureau’s annual release of the ten most stolen vehicles in the United States.
The list features a perfect split between import and domestic automakers, with Honda’s Accord and Civic cars topping the list. Full-size pickups made up a considerable chunk of the list, taking the Nos. 3, 4 and 6 spots. Two other Japanese automakers also made the list with two from Toyota and one from Nissan. The following lists include figures with total thefts based on data submitted by law enforcement to the National Crime Information Center.
NICB’s 2013 Hot Wheels Top-Ten Most Stolen Cars in the U.S.
Honda Accord (53,995)
Honda Civic (45,001)
Chevrolet Pickup, Full Size (27,809)
Ford Pickup, Full Size (26,494)
Toyota Camry (14,420)
Dodge Pickup, Full Size (11,347)
Dodge Caravan (10,911)
Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee (9,272)
Toyota Corolla (9,010)
Nissan Altima (8,892)
The report also included the top 10 model-year 2013 vehicles stolen in the same year.
NICB’s 2013 Hot Wheels Top-Ten Most Stolen MY 2013s in 2013 in the U.S.
Preston Ford now has the 2014 Transit Connect in stock. The Transit Connect is equipped to help the customer get the job done. It features a standard 169 horsepower 2.5L Duratec engine which helps customers get the job done. … Continue reading →
E-Series Vans are perfect for those who own their own business and are looking for the perfect vehicle to work from. Everything on these vans can be customized to the customer’s preference. Whether the customer is looking for a cargo … Continue reading →
The Transit Connect is engineered with one goal in mind, to keep the customer productive at all times. All Transit Connect models will offer a class leading maximum payload of 1,710 lbs and best in class towing capacity of 2,000 … Continue reading →