Friends and Neighbors Pricing Event

The holidays are all about the spirit of giving and charity. So at Norm Reeves Ford Superstore in Cerritos, we’re doing something special for each of our customers throughout Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Downey.


If you’re in the market for a brand new Ford, visit our state-of-the-art dealership for our end-of-the-year Friends & Neighbors Pricing Event. Through January 4, 2016, Norm Reeves Ford Superstore will sell all of their vehicles at the discounted rate that our employees’ friends, relatives, and neighbors receive. This is the perfect opportunity to get a markdown typically reserved for our colleagues and personal acquaintances. All you have to do is stop by our dealership in Cerritos, pick out the latest Ford model you want, and we’ll take care of the rest. No negotiating is required.

An Inside Deal, Now for Everyone

During the Norm Reeves Friends & Neighbors Pricing Event, you could save hundreds or even thousands of dollars on one of Ford’s innovative, dependable, and efficient vehicles. You may be looking into one of Ford’s athletic and sleek sedans like the 2016 Fusion or the 2016 Focus. Or perhaps you’re looking into a spacious SUV or crossover, like the 2016 Escape or the 2016 Explorer.

Whatever you’re interested in, Norm Reeves Ford Superstore has a full inventory of Ford’s latest vehicles for you to consider. Before you come in, we encourage you to look through some of our reviews and comparisons so you can decide which model is best for you. Afterwards, you can schedule a test drive with us.


We couldn’t think of a better time to shop for a car in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Downey than during our Friends & Neighbors Pricing Event. Stay tuned for more discounts coming down the road, as we’ll be offering Black Friday and Final Days enhancement specials during our pricing event. But don’t wait too long. With our heavily discounted prices and markdowns, the car of your dreams may be gone if you don’t act fast!

You can get the best deal on a brand new car, truck, or SUV from Ford this holiday season thanks to our Ford Friends & Neighbors Pricing Event. Our end-of-the-year savings are unbeatable, and we can’t wait to find the perfect Ford for you.

Test Drive a Brand New Ford at Norm Reeves Ford Superstore

The Ford Friends & Neighbors Pricing Event is already underway, making the car shopping process easier for everyone in Los Angeles, Downey, and Long Beach. This is a great way to save hundreds or thousands of dollars on a new car, truck, or SUV from Ford, so we encourage you to stop by to tour our inventory at Norm Reeves Ford Superstore in Cerritos.

Schedule a test drive with us today! We’re located at 18900 Studebaker Road in Cerritos.

Ice Skating Rinks Near Cerritos, CA

Looking for something different to do this weekend? Why not take to the ice and show off some of your impressive skating skills at one of the local ice skating rinks near Cerritos, CA? You can even enroll in some helpful skating classes if your skills need a little polishing.


Either way, ice skating is a terrific way for you and your family to get out of the house and enjoy some fun family exercise. Let’s take a look at some of the top ice skating rinks in your area.

East West Ice Palace

For a royal ice skating experience, take a trip to East West Ice Palace in Artesia, CA. As the newest addition to the SoCal ice skating community, this rink features a full-size skating rink that’s fit for a king. The rink measures an incredible 200 feet long and 85 feet wide, so there’s plenty of room for you and the rest of the kingdom.

Each week, the Ice Palace opens its gates to the public for open ice skating and provides more than 600 pairs of professional skates for renting in case you don’t have your own. While you’re there, be sure to ask about their extensive list of ice skating classes.

East West Ice Palace is located at 11446 Artesia Boulevard in Artesia, CA.

Paramount Iceland

When the invention of the refrigerator threatened to hurt their ice manufacturing business, Frank Zamboni—as in the inventor of the Zamboni ice resurfacer—and his brother decided to build an ice skating rink to recover their losses. Nearly 80 years later, Paramount Iceland still stands as one of the oldest ice skating rinks in the area.

SnowBuilt in 1939, Paramount Iceland has served as the practice facility for a number of famous ice skaters over the years. Now you can skate this historic rink and enjoy a variety of special events held throughout the year.

Paramount Iceland is located at 8041 Jackson Street in Paramount, CA.

Westminster ICE

If you want to learn how to ice skate at a quality rink with professional instructors, then Westminster ICE is the place for you. Offering a variety of in-depth classes, you and your family can learn everything from ice skating basics to more advanced skating techniques.

Westminster ICE also offers a variety of specialized training courses that can help you learn ice skating techniques for hockey, figure skating, and more. Enroll in one-on-one private lessons or join a group class. Whatever you’re looking for, Westminster ICE has the ice skating class for you.

Ready to hit the ice? Gather up the family and explore these great ice skating rinks near Cerritos, CA. For information about other activities and events happening in your area, visit our community page.

Your Guide to the Golf & Give Back Tournament


The people of Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Downey are practicing for the PRC Restoration Golf & Give Back Tournament, which is coming to the Lakewood Country Club on Friday, October 2. As your guide to the Golf & Give Back Tournament, we’ll be making sure that you have all of the information you need to take part in this exciting charity golf event.

Keep in mind that the date of the Golf & Give Back event is coming up soon. Read this guide and join in on all of the fun and festivities.

Golf & Give Back Tournament Details

The Golf & Give Back event is hosted by the Red Shoe Society. This group of young philanthropic professionals provides assistance to the Ronald McDonald House, so it makes sense that proceeds from the event will benefit the Long Beach Ronald McDonald House.

The event is scheduled for Friday, October 2 at the Lakewood Country Club. The country club is located at 3101 Carson Street in Lakewood. Interested parties can register either online or at the country club on the day of the event.

Golf and Give Back Tournament

Golf & Give Back Event Schedule

11 am: Registration begins

1 pm: Shotgun golf begins

5 pm: Evening events (dinner, auction, raffle)

Registration Info

For golfers (includes greens fee, cart fee, range balls, lunch, and dinner):

  • $150 per player
  • $125 for Red Shoe Society members
  • $600 foursome

For non-golfers (includes dinner):

  • $50 per person
  • $40 for Red Shoe Society members

About the Lakewood Country Club

The Lakewood Country Club Golf Course was designed in 1933 as a beautiful and challenging 18-hole championship course. With 7,000 yards from the back tees, the Lakewood Country Club Course is one of the longer courses in the area.

In addition to the course, golfers can find chipping greens, a practice bunker, a pro shop, and a grill/lounge for dining.

What to Wear

When picking out a top, a golf shirt is probably best. This short sleeved, collared pullover is slightly longer than your average polo, which helps it to stay tucked in after an afternoon of swinging. Button-down shirts and low-cut collars aren’t suggested golf attire.

For bottoms, a nice pair of khaki pants has become the standard, but most Bermuda-length shorts are also perfectly acceptable. What you should stay away from are jeans, gym shorts, cutoffs, and short shorts.

In terms of footwear, golf shoes are obviously the best choice, but it’s understandable that a one-time player might not want to dish out the money on a brand-new pair of golfing shoes. So a good pair of pair of sneakers should do just fine.

However, if you do plan to wear golfing shoes, keep in mind that some courses don’t allow metal-spiked shoes, so be sure to check with the country club ahead of time.

The last thing that you should make sure to wear while at the Golf & Give Back Tournament is plenty of sunscreen. Many people don’t realize just how long they’ve been out in the sun when playing golf and will get sunburned as a result.

Breast Cancer Events and Fundraisers Near Cerritos

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when people across the country join together to volunteer their time, stories, and money to help fund treatment and find a cure for breast cancer.

Here are four events and fundraisers near Cerritos, CA, for you to consider participating in.

No More Bad Days: An Evening with This Wild Life to Battle Breast Cancer

Scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 7 at 7 pm, This Wild Life is putting on a show called No More Bad Days, with all proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The show will be held at Chain Reaction, located at 1652 West Lincoln Avenue in Anaheim. Tickets are on sale now for $20 and include a free T-shirt. This Wild Life is an acoustic punk-rock duo with a soft and melodic sound.

OGDGC Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Fundraiser

Come to the Oak Grove Disk Golf Club on Sunday, October 11 at 8:45 am for the First Annual OGDGC Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Fundraiser. The golf club, located at 4550 Oak Grove Drive in Pasadena, is a non-profit organization that works with the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

The event is open to men and women with registration starting promptly at 8:45 am, player meetings starting at 9:30 am, and tee time at 10 am. Space is limited, so register as soon as possible. Registration prices range from $35 to $60.

Halloween Hotness 2.0: Sci-Fi and Fantasy Themed Costume Party

Boogie down for a good cause at the Halloween Hotness 2.0 Sci-Fi and Fantasy Themed Costume Party, occurring on Saturday, October 17 from 6 pm to midnight. Taking place at the Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood, this event also will benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Tickets are limited, so make sure to register for this hot event as soon as possible. Costumes are encouraged but not required. Come join in the fun and enjoy a live DJ, drinks, red carpet arrivals, special guests, burlesque, selfie stations, dating auction, a lip sync battle, raffles, karaoke and, of course, a costume contest.

A look at some of the special guests:

  • Sophia Crawford, actress and stuntwoman Buffy, Power Rangers
  • Ashley Bank, actress, The Monster Squad
  • Jeff Cohen, actor, The Goonies

Jax Bicycle Center Breast Cancer Awareness Ride

Enjoy a great bike ride and support the fight against breast cancer with the Jax Bicycle Center Breast Cancer Awareness Ride. Scheduled for Saturday, October 24 from 10 am to 2 pm, this event features two great rides for you to enjoy.

The bike ride will begin at the Jax Bicycle Center at 26612 Margarita Road in Murrieta. All of the registration fee after the processing fee from the Eighth Annual Bike Ride will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Registered riders will receive a free BBQ lunch, beer from the Backyard Bottleshop & Taproom, and $1 a minute massages. 

Labor Day Getaways near Cerritos, CA

Believe it or not, Labor Day is just around the corner, which for many of us means a bonus day off from work and some extra time to spend with friends and loved ones. To make sure that you get the most out of this well-deserved holiday, we’ve compiled some of the best Labor Day getaways near Cerritos, CA. You can bring along that special someone, invite your friends, or go it alone for a calming and relaxing day out of the office. Whatever you decide to do, just remember that you totally deserve it.

Getaway #1:  Catalina Island

labor day activities near cerritos, ca

One of our favorite parts about living in California, Catalina Island is the only coastal island retreat in the state. Consisting of a large nature conservancy and a walkable town of about 3,000, there’s still plenty to see, do, and eat at Catalina. Enjoy a day of hiking, scuba diving, or just relaxing with an escape from busy city life. Possibly the best part about Catalina is that when you’re ready to come home, you can skip the traffic jams and hop on a ferry off the island.

Getaway #2: Eureka

This quaint and quiet town on California’s northern coast features Victorian-style homes and beautiful scenery that will help you forget the zooming traffic and congestion back home. Perfect for anyone who’s a nature lover or a fan of Victorian architecture, there’s plenty of ways to unwind in and around Eureka. Stay active with fun watersports on the bay or take a stroll through Ferndale, which was used as the set for the fictional town of Lawson in the film The Majestic. Also, make sure you get a chance to travel through the redwood forests nearby.

Getaway #3: Mendocino

For the ultimate level of quiet relaxation, get lost in the breathtaking natural beauty of Mendocino County. You’ll experience dramatic cliffs that run right up to the brilliant waves of the Pacific Ocean. Escape from the monotony of everyday life with a pleasant walk on the beach or unwind at the Elk Cove Inn spa. The Skunk Train gives visitors a unique view of the area as it travels across the mountains from Fort Bragg to Willits. This destination is perfect for anyone that needs a little peace and quiet while diving into a good book accompanied by stunning natural scenery.

Getaway #4: Mono County

labor day activities near cerritos A visit to Mono County can prove to be a relaxing getaway that’s easy on your wallet. Just east of the Sierras, Mono offers visitors a plethora of outdoor activities from fishing to hiking to wildlife photography opportunities. If you’re a fan of history or just intrigued by the past, then be sure to visit Bodie, which is one of the most popular ghost towns in California. You can also plan a trip to see Bristlecone Pines, which features a unique forest of the oldest living trees in the world. Then unwind in the open-air hot springs for a relaxing soak like you’ve never experienced before.

You Guide to CicLAvia

Attention Downey, Long Beach, and all of the Los Angeles area: There’s going to be a lot of traffic on the streets of LA this August 9, but it’s not because of motorists. Instead, hundreds of people on bikes, skates, and foot will replace cars and trucks as they partake in CicLAvia, a large-scale community event designed to promote community engagement and healthy living. As your guide to CicLAvia, we’ll cover the history, tradition, and everything else you need to know about this one-of-a-kind event.

History of CicLAvia

More than 30 years ago, the people of Bogota, Colombia, joined together to participate in ciclovias, which were a response to polluted and congested city streets. Inspired by the strong community involvement and undeniable health benefits, other areas throughout Latin American and the United States began to adopt the practice of ciclovias. Today, events such as CicLAvia work to return the streets to the pedestrian and promote healthy transportation options.

How CicLAvia Works

With a concept that’s unique and different from anything else in California, it’s not surprising that some people are a little confused about how the whole thing works. Hopefully, this clears it up for you. First, CicLAvia is free; there’s no entrance charge or participation fee. Just show up and you’re in.

CicLAvia isn’t a race or a marathon. The route exists merely to show you what streets have been shut off from other traffic. You can join in at any part of the route and walk, run, bike, blade, or skate in any direction. You can even hang out in the same area, but then you’d be missing out on the fun in other parts of the route.

It’s also important to keep in mind that since it’s not a race, there’s no start or finish. You can, and people will, travel in either direction along the route.

This Year’s Event

CivLAviaOn Sunday, August 9 from 9 am to 4 pm, the CicLAvia route will span 6 miles from Culver City to Venice, marking its first time back to the Westside since 2013. As participants make their way along the route, you’ll be able to explore the beautiful neighborhoods of Culver City as well as its unique businesses and restaurants, not to mention the iconic scenes around Venice Beach.

Safety Tips

Respect all participants. Everyone is here to share and enjoy their street. Remember to pass on the left with slower traffic keeping to the right. However, you should maintain a safe speed since the event is expected to be crowded. If you’re under the age of 18 and are using anything other than your legs to get around, you must wear a helmet.

Anything with a motor, whether it be a scooter or an e-bike, is prohibited unless you’re required to use one for medical reasons. Finally, keep in mind that the event will end at 4 pm and all traffic will be reopened, so make sure that you have enough time to return to your starting point so you can avoid the traffic.

Diagnosing a Broken Car AC

Summer is here, and if there’s something Los Angeles, Downey, and Long Beach residents will appreciate, it’s a working car air conditioner. No one wants an impromptu sauna, especially if they’re on their way to work or have a million other stressful things to deal with that day.

To help you keep your cool by staying cool, here are some factors you can look at while trying to diagnose your car’s broken AC system:

No Air Flow or Inconsistent Air Flow

Your first step to diagnosing the problem is to rule out scenarios based on what the AC can and can’t do. As any good experimenter knows, playing with one variable at a time can tell you a lot, even if all you find out is that part of the system works fine.

The prime concern in determining just how bad off your AC system could be is to see if it still blows air. With your car running, turn the AC on full blast with only the center vents opened. Then open side vents to move the air around. Try changing to the feet setting and defrost settings, too.

If you can’t get air out of any of your vents:

  • Your electrical system may be bad. Try changing out the fuses. You may also have a faulty relay switch, which isn’t difficult to replace.
  • Your blower motor is broken and needs to be replaced.

If air is coming out of certain vents but not others:

  • Your dividers that separate the vents may have fallen out of place and are blocking airflow. These are called mode doors. Getting to them often requires taking your dash apart.

If air is flowing but weakly:

  • You could have a clog in the lines or your air filter is dirty. Check for a moldy or garbage-like smell. You can clean your interior air filter yourself (check your owner’s manual to find it), but you’ll likely need a mechanic to clear out any clogs deep inside the system.
  • Air that starts off strong and cold but then gets weaker and warm could mean an icing problem. Give your system time to defrost, but realize that icing usually means low coolant.

Only Warm Air Blows

If the air seems to be coming out of the right vents but it stays hot no matter what, you have a problem with the refrigerant cycle in your AC.

  • Check to see if your blower motor clicks on. You can actually hear it in some cars a second or so after the AC is turned on. If it doesn’t come on, you probably have an electrical problem.
  • Your compressor or your condenser may have issues. Wait for your engine to cool then open the hood and remove any debris from between the front grille of your car and the condenser, which is a series of coils right next to the radiator. Make sure your vehicle has enough coolant. If it does but the AC still won’t work, see a mechanic.
  • Your refrigerant may have leaked out. See a mechanic who can identify the leak and recharge your coolant lines.

You Get Cold Air, But You Hear Strange Noises or the System Acts Up

  • You may have an icing problem as indicated above.
  • You could have debris in your vent or stuck in your compressor motor.
  • You could have a blockage that only moves around when the air blows through.
  • Your electrical system could have shorts that come and go as the vehicle runs for a while. This is likely the problem if other systems, such as the radio, tend to go haywire on occasion.
  • Your compressor belt could be on its way out and needs replacement.

Even if you’re certain you’ve found the cause of the problem, unless it’s something like a blown fuse or a dirty filter, you likely won’t be able to address it on your own. Los Angeles, Downey, and Long Beach Ford owners should head to their nearest Ford dealership and have their car looked at. That way they can enjoy the sunny summer weather without praying for an ocean breeze to waft by every few seconds.

Visit Norm Reeves Ford Superstore’s service department page to book an appointment and quickly get your AC running again before your sanity reaches its boiling point.

Where to see Fireworks in Cerritos, CA

No Independence Day is complete without good food, live entertainment and, most importantly, fireworks. Cerritos and the surrounding areas provide numerous Fourth of July events that the whole family can enjoy. For fireworks and festivities, visit the following:

Let Freedom Ring Celebration

4th of july cerritos, caThe Cerritos town government hosts its Let Freedom Ring Celebration every Fourth of July at the Cerritos Civic Center, located on Bloomfield Avenue at 183rd Street. The event opens at 4 pm and features games, children’s activities, live entertainments, food, and rides. You can buy ride tickets for $1 each or pay $20 for an all-day ride pass; if you buy the pass before June 30, you’ll get a $5 discount. The fireworks will begin at 9 pm and will be launched from nearby Cerritos High School.

All-American 4th of July

Located just 18 miles outside Cerritos, the retired ocean liner RMS Queen Mary hosts the All-American 4th of July event to celebrate the United States throughout its history.

Each section of the ship is dedicated to a different decade of America’s past, allowing you to stroll through and see how the country has changed.

The event opens at 2 pm and features a buffet dinner, disco, laser tag, and a wide range of other entertainments from multiple time periods before ending with a fireworks display on the deck.

The ship is located at 1126 Queens Highway in Long Beach. Admission is $49 per adult and $29 per child, with a $5 discount if you buy your tickets online.

Sounds of Freedom

Beginning in 1904, Huntington Beach has held an annual Sounds of Freedom celebration to commemorate both American independence and the city’s first electric passenger train line.

This year’s event begins with a communal breakfast from 7 to 11 am. There’s 5K run from 7 am to noon, a parade from 10 am to noon, and live entertainment throughout the day. Over-the-ocean fireworks begin at 9 pm.

Huntington Beach is fewer than 20 miles from Cerritos. The event itself is free, but you must purchase a $5 ticket to take part in the breakfast, a $10 ticket for pier seating during the fireworks, and a $20 ticket for bleacher seating during the parade.

Hollywood Bowl Fireworks Spectacular

Located at 2301 Highland Avenue in Los Angeles, the Hollywood Bowl is fewer than 30 miles from Cerritos. Its annual Hollywood Bowl Fireworks Spectacular will be held on July 2, 3, and 4 beginning at 7:30 pm each night.

The event features performances by Steve Martin, Edie Brickell, John Morris Russell and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Steep Canyon Rangers, and the US Air Force Band of the Golden West. It then ends with a fireworks display. Tickets are $13 per person, and children under 12 receive a 50 percent discount.

Once you’ve found a Fourth of July destination, the next step is getting there. Arrive in style with the latest vehicles and quality automotive services from Norm Reeves Ford Superstore.

Best Places to Beat the Heat near Whittier, CA

Located over a dozen miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles, Whittier, CA, is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. Its Southern California location means a constant stream of sunny weather throughout the year. However, this also means that a summer day in Whittier can be extremely hot. Fortunately, the Whittier area offers plenty of things for you to do to beat the heat. Here are the best places to stay cool near Whittier:

Starlight Whittier Village Cinemas

Regardless of where you are, the local movie theater is always one of the best places in the area to stay cool, especially since the summertime comes with one of the best stretches of movie releases each year. The Starlight Whittier Village Cinemas, which is right in the heart of Whittier, is no different.

Whittier Museum

The Whittier Museum always offers a unique historical experience. It provides outstanding exhibits, is free on weekends, and its AC will keep you cool.

King Richard’s Antique Center in Whittier

Wandering around this antique center will make you feel as though you’re taking a walk through history. While you’re browsing their wares, which include a vast array of antique, vintage, and collectible items, you’re certain to find something with a wondrous story attached to it. They also offer painting classes during the summer.

Oceanic Arts in Whittier

Oceanic Arts is filled with unique and authentic Polynesian arts. Although their works of art are great to look at, you don’t have to leave your experience at the door. You can also purchase many of the works of art that they have on display.

Buena Park Medieval Times

Dinner at Medieval Times is always a blast. Fortunately, their desire to give you an authentic medieval experience doesn’t include letting you suffer under the weight of the oppressive summer heat. The Buena Park Medieval Times features an indoor arena to keep you completely comfortable.

La Pescadora Restaurant and Sports Bar

This seafood grill, Mexican restaurant, and sports bar always has the AC blasting to keep you cool while you enjoy one of their wonderful meals and/or watch a great game.

Round 1 in Lakewood

staying out of the heat this summer in fullerton, caThe Round 1 bowling alley is another great place to beat the heat with a few rounds of bowling. This bowling alley features an assortment of events for the whole family.

Massage Envy Spa Whittier

What better way to relax (away from the summer heat) than a day at the spa? You can get the full spa treatment at the Massage Envy Spa, which is located right here in Whittier. Don’t let the summer heat get you down! Check out any of the spots on our list to stay cool and have fun. If you need a new car to get you to and from these locations, stop by Norm Reeves Ford Superstore and test drive one of our 2015 models.

How to Keep your Car from Overheating

how to keep your car from over heatingWhen your Ford starts to run hot, it’s difficult not to panic. You watch the temperature gauge rise above the normal range and hit dangerous levels, prompting you to pull your vehicle to the side of the road. As you lift the hood, steam immediately rises from the mechanics. Overheating can leave you stranded, cause damage to your engine, or even cause your vehicle to catch on fire.

Every year, hundreds of drivers in Los Angeles, Downey, and Long Beach quickly find themselves in an emergency because they’re unaware of the warning signs of a car running hot. Keeping yourself safe and ensuring that your car isn’t damaged is simple if you know how to keep your car from overheating.

Check Coolant Levels

The coolant in your radiator is the first line of defense against your Ford reaching dangerous temperature levels. Coolant works by circulating through the engine and radiator, keeping the mechanics from overheating.

If the coolant is old, the level is low, or there’s a leak in the system, your Ford may begin to overheat. You can prevent this problem by popping the hood and checking the coolant levels in your vehicle every three to four months.

Check Hoses

The hoses that transfer the coolant through your engine compartment may become hard, brittle, or develop leaks over time, which can cause your Ford to overheat. When you perform regular maintenance on your vehicle, be sure to observe all of the hoses and assess their condition. If you notice they’re damaged, immediately bring your vehicle to your local mechanic so they can be replaced.

Check the Cooling Fan

Many Fords have a cooling fan that helps to keep the radiator from overheating. If the switch of this fan is damaged or the fan breaks, your vehicle may begin to overheat. The belt that makes the cooling fan work can break or slip off, which will result in the failure of the fan to cool the radiator. If you believe that your cooling fan has stopped working, have it checked out by a professional.

Watch the Temperature

Pay attention to the gauge on your dashboard that monitors the temperature of your vehicle. As soon as you notice that the needle rises above the normal temperature, pull over. Always let your car cool down before checking for a problem. Trying to open the lid to the radiator or handle hot engine parts could result in serious injuries.

Regular Maintenance

The best way to mitigate against an overheating issue in your Ford is to have the vehicle regularly serviced by a professional mechanic. Your local Ford service center will evaluate your vehicle, including the coolant system, and ensure that it’s in top running condition.

Ford owners in Los Angeles, Downey, and Long Beach trust Norm Reeves Ford Superstore to complete all of their vehicle maintenance needs. If your car is having an overheating issue or you would like your coolant system to be assessed by a professional mechanic, visit our service page and schedule your appointment today.