We are proud to announce that Lincoln of Franklin has won the Dealer of the Year Award. We work hard to make customer satisfaction a reality. We are so proud that such a great company like this has noticed our efforts. This award shows our commitment to please our customers and make this the best place to buy a new or used car. DealerRater's Dealer of the Year Award Program recognizes a select number of car dealerships throughout the United States and Canada for outstanding customer satisfaction as expressed through customers’ online reviews posted on DealerRater.
In order to qualify for the award program, a dealership must meet the following criteria:
• At least 25 new reviews written on DealerRater’s web site during the previous calendar year.
• An average rating greater than 4.0, with 5.0 as the highest possible score.
• Must not have been blacklisted within the last 12 months.
DealerRater’s Dealer of the Year awards are given each February to car dealerships that have the highest PowerScore™ in their brand category, both at national and state levels. Each dealership’s PowerScore is determined using a Bayesian algorithm that considers the dealership’s average DealerRater star rating and the total number of reviews written about the dealership during the calendar year.
In addition, one dealership is chosen as the overall Dealer of the Year for having a PowerScore that outranks all other brand-specific Dealer of the Year winners and one dealership is chosen as the Canada Dealer of the Year for having a PowerScore that outranks all other brand-specific Canada dealers.
Last month I shared some of my favorite quotes and the response was amazing. Several of our customers commented on how many of the quotes helped them. Some of our readers told me what their favorite ones were and the ones that have been comforting in hard times. I believe it is important to focus on these types of positive quotes and sayings, as they help to keep us focused on our vision and goals. This month I am sharing with you 5 that really mean a lot to me and I trust they will be helpful to you. I look at these daily and they keep me focused on the task at hand.
Risk More ... Reflect More ... Leave A Legacy
Go out a different way than you came in.
Making something of yourself and living a life of significance are two different things.
Who we are under pressure is who we really are.
Your intentions define your reality.
The construction of our new dealership is moving right along. The crews are working long days and getting everything ready for the all-new Ford Lincoln of Franklin. The crews have found a natural spring that runs down the length of the dealership. We knew something was down there but had no idea it was this big. The crews have dug way down about 28 feet and found this big Franklin spring. The heavy equipment keeps rolling in and the site work is moving as scheduled. Below are some pictures of how the dealership looks at present time.
This month our Pre-Owned Truck of the Month is this beautiful and HARD-TO-FIND 2011 F150 SVT RAPTOR. This truck is the highest demand F150 in Ford's lineup. This truck is equipped with 4-wheel drive, a powerful 6.2L V8 engine and a power moon roof. This truck has only 16,000 low miles and is absolutely beautiful inside and out. This truck has won several awards such as the 2011 BEST BUY from Consumer Guide. If you would like to see 40 pictures of this truck, the one-owner CARFAX report and more information, click on this link: http://www.fordlincolnoffranklin.com/certified/Ford/2011-Ford-F-150-ae9337ab0a0a006501df50a3beddb49b.htm
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We are proud to report that our inventory is in great shape and we have the best selection ever. The owner Greg Brown has made sure that during this construction phase we did not drop our selection of new inventory. We have the vehicles that are in high demand and more are on the way. We have the equipment you are looking for and the new colors as well. The CMAX hybrid as well as the Fusions are plentiful and the all-new 2013 Escapes are here. In addition we currently have around one hundred 2013 F150s and they have the best rebates ever. Come by and check our new lineup of Ford and Lincoln. We believe you will be impressed by what you see, and the deals we are giving are even better.
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Q. Can static electricity really cause an explosion while you are pumping gas?
A. Yes. Static electricity, the same thing that causes your socks to cling to your t-shirts when they come out of the dryer, is a real danger at the pump. But don’t worry. Doing laundry is safe. Static needs a partner in crime to ignite, in this case highly flammable gasoline.
You create static electricity all of the time without even realizing it. Static electricity is the build-up of an electrical charge on a surface. When materials are rubbed together or rubbed and then pulled apart, electrons are pulled from one surface and transferred to another. That means one surface is negatively charged and the other positively charged. And as the saying goes, opposites attract. If the charges are sufficient, the electrons will jump from one surface to another. When they hit the air, they get super-hot and glow or spark. That’s why you see a little electric spark when you shuffle around in your socks on a carpet and then release that electricity onto your friend’s arm. It’s like mini-lightning.
At the gas station, sliding in and out of your car seat causes the fabric of your clothing to rub against the material of your seat creating a static charge. Exiting and reentering your car create a sufficient charge to spell disaster. Your body could spark to the fuel nozzle and the result is a dangerous flash fire.
You can protect yourself by grounding your body before you begin fueling by touching a metal part of your car like your door frame or hood. This will discharge the electricity and you’re good to go. Resist the urge to get back into your car when you’re refueling, even if it’s really cold outside.
If the worst should happen and a flash fire occurs, leave the nozzle in the tank, get away from the vehicle and tell the gas station attendant what happened right away.
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- Sun: Closed
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- Sat: 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
- Sun: Closed