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Ford Motor Company has been helping to promote the use of environmentally-friendly auto parts—and one way they’re doing that is by using recycled plastic bottles for carpets, underbody shields on all cars and SUVs, and wheel liners on F-Series trucks. -

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    Aiken, SC AIK Anderson, SC AND Barnwell, SC BNL Beaufort, SC SC1 Beaufort, SC BFT Bennettsville, SC WBS Camden, SC CDN Cameron, SC VWJ Charleston, SC CHS Cheraw, SC CQW Clemson, SC CEU Columbia, SC MMT Columbia, SC CAE Columbia, SC CAE Columbia, SC MMT Columbia, SC CUB Columbia, SC /CE Conway, SC SC3 Darlington, SC UDG Dillon, SC DLL Florence, SC FLO Georgetown, SC GGE Greenville/Spartanburg, SC GMU Greenville/Spartanburg, SC GSP Greenville/Spartanburg, SC GDC Greenville/Spartanburg, SC /GV Greenville/Spartanburg, SC /GV Greenwood, SC GRD Hartsville, SC HVS Hilton Head, SC HHH Myrtle Beach, SC CRE Myrtle Beach, SC MYR Myrtle Beach, SC /MY Orangeburg, SC OGB Pickens, SC LQK Rock Hill, SC BYF Spartanburg, SC SPA Sumter, SC SSC Sumter, SC SUM Winnsboro, SC SC2
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You can get through the airport security line faster by traveling with unwrapped gifts and following the 3-1-1 rule (website) when carrying on liquids, including liquid food items like cranberry sauce and gravy. You can also use the My TSA app or mobile website if you’re at the airport and need last minute information about what you can and can’t bring through security. Learn more about flying with food or gifts.

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