Ashland Sales

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Ashland Sales
Ashland Sales is listed in the Automobile Dealers Used Cars & Vans category in Willmar, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Ashland Sales which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Ashland Sales on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

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4030 Highway 71 NE
Willmar, MN 56201
(320) 235-6441
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RT @MnDPS_SFM: If you're out shoveling, clear off your gas meter. State fire marshal explains: youtu.be/cAOMKkdI-GQ

Minnesota Department of Public Safety shared Minnesota State Fire Marshal's post.
If you're in southern Minnesota, make sure you keep all that snow off of your gas meters.
Just how much snow we’ll see over the next two days is up for debate. What’s not up for debate is that keeping your home’s gas meter clear of ice and snow could save your life. Gas regulator vents on meters covered with snow and ice could malfunction and possibly cause a natural gas buildup, gas leaks and service disruptions. So, while you’re out shoveling, take a moment to brush off that gas meter. Fire Marshal Bruce West explains in this video.
Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS) officials are urging Minnesota residents to check gas meters on their homes and other b...


Just in time for some cooler weather, here are the top 5 ways to prevent heating fires in your home: ow.ly/TF8k309iqAF

Like you, we were kind of hoping we were done with winter. But when the snow flies tonight and tomorrow, you’ll need to bust out those heaters again — along with your fire safety skills, like keeping space heaters three feet from anything combustible and plugging them directly into the wall. Read the latest #DPSblog for our top five home heating safety tips.
When the snow starts flying again, you’ll likely need to bust out your space heater or snuggle up to the fireplace at least one more time. But when you do, it’s important to remember that heating is the leading cause of residential fires in Minnesota

Did you know… Anyone in active military service who has a vehicle registered in Minnesota, and is based outside of the state, does not have to pay registration tax. The registration tax exemption lasts for 90 days after completing active service. To claim this exemption: 1. Provide a copy of your military orders or letterhead verification from the base commander that identifies the dates of active duty to Driver and Vehicle Services. 2. Highlight or circle the dates of active duty on the copy of your military orders. 3. Submit this at a deputy registrar office location or by mail to MN DVS, 445 Minnesota St., Suite 185, St. Paul, MN 55101 More information: http://ow.ly/NyNx3092vGb
Vehicle registration expires each year (refer to your vehicle’s current tabs for the month) and must be renewed. You may renew your vehicle registration by mail.


RT @MnDPS_MSP: College students interested in law enforcement encouraged to apply for our Summer Academy. More: ow.ly/Ir7Y308Xnpt


RT @MnDPS_HSEM: Goodbye, record-breaking temps. Hello, huge snowstorm. It’s not too late to put a kit in your car ow.ly/34MY309gbGl


Minnesota gets an A in school fire safety. More in our #DPSblog: dps.mn.gov/blog/Pages/201…

When you think of school safety, fire safety may not occur to you at all. And that might be because Minnesota schools have 47 percent fewer fires each year than the national average. You could say Minnesota is getting an A in school fire safety! Get more numbers and read about the recent Minnesota School Fire Report in the latest #DPSblog.
When you think of school safety, you likely think of things like bullying prevention and keeping the recess roughhousing and hallway running to a minimum.

The stories sound like something ripped from the script of a primetime television drama. But they’re not. The real-life heroics were carried out on Minnesota roads by Minnesota citizens, troopers, law enforcement and other first responders who were honored at last week’s State Patrol Awards Ceremony.
If you’ve ever been in a car crash, you know how scary they are. And sometimes they’re bad enough that you can’t get yourself to safety.