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Not that you needed it, now we've got double the reason to visit us this weekend! FREE breakfast and a massive TRADE IN, TRADE UP event! Get down to our showroom soon!
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By using the right car finance option for you, you can ensure that you pay an affordable amount for the car that you really want.

Read more here: http://bit.ly/2NAnd9w
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Buying your next car? If you need some help finding the right way to fund your new motor, take a look at our finance guide: http://bit.ly/2NAnd9w
Then pop in to see us for some advice. We're here to help. 😀
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At Motor Range, we're here to make the car-buying process as easy as possible with a great range of car finance options, but which is the best one for you?

Visit our latest blog to find out: http://bit.ly/2NAnd9w
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Financing your car with Motor Range is simple. Using a range of trusted and reputable finance providers, our advisors will find you the best deal: http://bit.ly/2yHMA5O
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If your dog gets bored on a long journey, then teeth-friendly chews are a good option, as is a favourite toy.

A favourite rug might help keep him quiet too. Some dogs prefer having their cage covered with a blanket, although please do take care to leave some gaps at the bottom for air circulation.
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Allowing a dog to travel with their head out of the window isn’t a good idea for a couple of reasons. The first is that a passing vehicle or piece of roadside furniture might strike her head.

The second is that any air-borne debris will be blasted at her. Even the most innocent object, like a grass seed, can cause serious eye infections and damage when it is propelled at 70mph and you really don’t want to imagine what a piece of gravel could do!
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Your dog will get wet and muddy in inclement weather, so a couple of old towels to dry him off will come in handy. That bottle of water you keep for when he gets thirsty can be used to rinse the worst of it off, too!
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