If you’re looking for your next food adventure in your Ford, the perfect place to go is the Dandee Donut Factory, home of the world’s best donut.
Dandee has been around since the 80s — and it’s been satisfying donut cravings ever since. No matter what kind of donut you’re in the mood for, you can get it here. That’s because Dandee Donut Factory has over 50 varieties of donuts.
All of these donuts are delicious and some are unlike any you’ve tried before. The folks at Dandee only use high-quality ingredients to ensure that every bite is irresistible. The shop makes each donut from scratch, so that means you get a unique donut, fresh out of the oven, each time you place an order.
If you have a long commute, stop by Dandee for a donut (or six…) and some coffee. The venue offers both iced and hot beverages, depending on your preference.
Dandee Donut Factory has three different locations — Hollywood, Pompano Beach, and Deerfield Beach — with the latter two being open 24 hours, 7 days a week! Visit one of these joints to have an impromptu donut picnic in the bed of your Ford F-150, or in the front seat of your Ford Focus.
For more dining suggestions in the Orlando area, contact us at Tropical Ford. We’ll be happy to recommend other favorite locations.
The beach is the ideal place to go this summer. Do something a little different and truck camp on the beach this year. If you don’t know how to go about truck camping on the beach, here are some simple steps to follow:
- Bring your F-150
The Ford F-150 will fulfill all of your towing needs. With a towing capacity of up to 11,800 pounds and a best-in-class payload capability, you’ll be able to bring all your camping equipment to the beach.
- Bring the right equipment
A heavy duty tow strap, a vehicle jack, plywood board, a shovel, air pressure gauge, electric air compressor, fire extinguisher, and first aid kit are all essential truck camping equipment.
- Wax everything
Be sure to wax your truck and your trailer to protect your vehicles from salt air exposure.
- Have proper tire pressure
Make sure to have slightly lower air pressure than normal since you’ll be driving on the sand. Tires should be lowered to as low as 17 psi and as high as 25 psi.
- Drive carefully
Once you’re on the sand, make sure to take your foot off the gas so as not to drive your vehicle into the sand and put your truck in four-wheel drive.
Here are some places you can go:
Canaveral National Seashore
The 2016 Ford F-150 stands out for many different reasons. The truck features a high-strength, military-grade, aluminum body. It has the best-in-class towing (when equipped with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6).
There’s yet another facet that makes the 2016 Ford F-150 unlike any other truck. It was the only full-size truck to receive the highest rating of “good” from the Insurance Institute For Highway Safety. The F-150 was also named as a Top Safety Pick, making it quite possibly the safest truck on the road today.
According to Raul Arbelaez, VP of the IIHS, the 2016 Ford F-150 “is leading the way among large pickup manufacturers when it comes to protecting people in a range of crashes and offering technology to warn drivers of imminent frontal crashes.”
There is just as much a focus on safety as there is on toughness in the 2016 Ford F-150. After all, what good is a truck if it can’t keep you safe? The high-strength steel frame of the Ford F-150 goes a long way in protecting you. Everything from the advanced restraint system with dual-stage airbags to Curve Control is there to keep you protected and confident.
Stop into Tropical Ford to test drive the safe and reliable Ford F-150 today!