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You And Your Car: Is It True Love?

Is it time to drive down the aisle? No matter where you are with the relationship, you know that Ford is here to help.

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    Check everything that you’ve done:
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    Check everything that you’ve done:

    You’ve gotten dressed in your car.
    You’ve brushed your teeth in your car.
    You’ve washed your hair in your car.
    You’ve driven to get some dessert at 2 a.m.
    You’ve eaten that dessert in your car.
    You’ve spilled coffee on yourself and your car.
    You’ve pulled over to clean up spilt coffee.
    You’ve apologized to your car for getting it dirty.
    You’ve cried when your favorite love song comes on the car radio.
    You’ve hosted a one-man dance party with your car in a parking lot.
    You’ve driven your car to lookout points just to check out the view.
    You’ve gotten defensive if someone makes fun of your car.
    You’ve told stories at parties about you and your car.
    You’ve shown people pictures of your car.
    You’ve posted those pictures on social media.
    You’ve put a cover on your car at night.
    You’ve put electric warmers on it so it doesn’t get too cold in the winter.
    You’ve rubbed the dashboard and asked if it’s sick when it makes funny noises.
    You’ve found a specific mechanic for your car.
    You’ve referred to that mechanic as Doc.
    You’ve asked Doc to take good care of “your baby.”
    You’ve given your car the day off and walked everywhere.
    You've done the annual maintenance on your car yourself.
    Once a week.
    Once a day.
    You’ve washed your car yourself.
    You’ve only ever washed your car yourself.
    You’ve given your car a name.
    The name had to be six letters to fit on the vanity plate.
    You and your friends/family have referred to the car by that name.
    You’ve talked out loud in the car while driving alone.
    You’ve laughed at inside jokes that only you and your car know.
    You’ve mused about big dreams on long rides in your car.
    You’ve spoken deep secrets that your car will take to the grave.
    You’ve sat in your car in silence and not felt awkward at all.
    You’ve told your car that you love it.
    You’ve meant it.

You And Your Car: Is It True Love?

You and your car are strictly professional. You are a team. You get from A to B ingeniously, and you are fulfilled enough by that. You have a lot of respect for your car, but you’re not looking to hang out on the weekends (and that’s OK). At the end of the day, you two bring each other exactly where you need to be.

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You and your car are just friends. You complement each other super well. You don’t just get where you’re going; you are innovative about it. You may not be planning any romantic dinners, but you’re down to shoot the breeze over some coffee. You and your car have so much fun as friends. No need to fix what isn’t broken.

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You and your car could be a match made in heaven. You two are too cute together. Literally. People know your car as well as they know you, and they are surprised if they see you apart. You and your car do more and more every day together. The possibilities with you two are endless.

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You and your car are truly in love. What more can be said? You were meant for each other, that’s obvious. You’re in it to win it, and anyone can see it. You two will have your fair share of challenges, but when push comes to shove, it doesn’t matter where you go as long as you’re together.

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