Spring into Savings at StateWide Ford!

Every month at StateWide Ford we get excited for the opportunity to announce our great monthly specials, and this month is no exception. Whether you are looking to lease or purchase your next vehicle, we’ve got you covered! Continue reading


StateWide Ford: Should I Lease or Purchase My Next Vehicle?

Buy or Lease

Deciding whether it’s better to lease or purchase your next vehicle can often be a difficult decision. At StateWide Ford we understand and want to help guide you into making the decision that will work best for your lifestyle. Leasing and purchasing both offer their own individual benefits.  Choosing one will depend on your particular needs and desires. Continue reading

Save on Gas Mileage at StateWide Ford!

Gas Mileage

With the cost of gas steadily increasing many drivers are constantly reconsidering their driving habits to try to improve their gas mileage. We’ve compiled ten tips to help you get the most out of your next fill-up.  If you have any other tips you would like to contribute please comment below and we will add them! Continue reading

Compromise Is Not a 4-Letter Word

If you were the only person on the planet or if you were “the king of the world!”, then you could always have everything your way.  However, several billion others share the planet with you and there is no such thing as the king of the world.  That means you don’t always get your way.  Maybe you never get your way entirely. But, maybe, just maybe you can get part of what you want by giving others part of what they want.  That is called “compromise.”  And, contrary to what many believe, compromise is not a 4-letter word.

One of my favorite sayings is, “There are three sides to every story.  Your side, my side, and somewhere in between is the truth.”  The saying is attributed to several different people and no one really gets full or first credit for it.  Commonsense sayings are like that.  They become a standard part of our conversation because they ring true.  And that is the way it is with compromises – your point of view, my point of view, and somewhere in the middle is a place we can all agree to agree.  Someplace that holds truth for all of us.
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