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Four Ford Vehicles Earn Top Scores for Rear-Seat Safety

Four Ford Vehicles Earn Top Scores for Rear-Seat Safety

The Ford Bronco, Bronco Sport, F-150, and Mustang Mach-E are four of the most incredible vehicles in today’s Blue Oval lineup. These key Ford vehicles also share a unique accolade: Each earned high scores from Consumer Reports in its rear-seat safety test. Consumer Reports published the results of its annual Rear-Seat Safety Score study in January, finding that four Ford vehicles were among the best in the industry. CR rates vehicles based on key factors like car-seat fit, ease of…

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Ford Driving Skills for Life Is in its 17th Year

Ford Driving Skills for Life Is in its 17th Year

Ford Driving Skills for Life returned in January 2020 to assist new drivers for the 17th year. The program aims to teach young drivers across the country how to drive safely. As of now, it’s delayed until at least the end of April due to COVID-19, so keep checking online for updates. Mobile Device Usage In the United States, 62% of Generation Z drivers utilize their mobile devices while driving, according to a 2019 study that Ford Driving Skills for…

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Transporting Food For the Holidays

Transporting Food For the Holidays

Transporting food for the holidays can be a tricky job, especially if you’re flying solo to and from various places. However, with proper preparation, securing your food isn’t as hard as it seems. Check out these great ways to transport winter goodies this holiday season. Casserole Hot casserole dishes aren’t easy to transport, especially if a passenger can’t take the heat on their lap. Placing it on the passenger floor isn’t a great solution either. It can be difficult to…

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Back to School Safety Tips

Back to School Safety Tips

The new school year will be here before you know it, and that means it’s time to freshen up on proper safety. No matter the method of transportation, all students (and parents) can benefit from a quick refresher. Here are some back to school safety tips for bikers, bus riders, and those riding in a car. Bikers Bikers should wear a helmet, just in case they fall off their bike. Children should stop at crosswalks, get off their bike, and…

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