Today, there is a solution/remedy for your every unpleasant on-road behaviour.

1. Speeding Your Car

Woman Driving Fast CarThere’s absolutely no justification for speeding. Speeding puts everyone’s life in danger including driver, passengers and pedestrians. Yet it’s one of the most common self-reported issues. There is an easy solution for this and that is self-control. The cure for speeding starts and ends with the driver alone. Always leave a bit earlier, practice tolerance and recite this new mantra – “We will reach there on time and safely”. For drivers with an unplanned lead foot, the Ford Fusion 2017 is accessible via Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go technology, which can assist to leave speeding in the dust. To uphold a predetermined distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you, Adaptive Cruise Control uses the latest radar technology, which keeps everybody safer by keeping swiftness with traffic, even when it comes to an entire stop.

2. Operating a Smart Phone

Operating Mobile While Driving CarOne of the commonest accident-causing behaviour is operating a Smart Phone while driving; however, to reflect this increasing danger, laws are changing. Placing the phone away is a hard but a necessary task for connected drivers. Ford gives the best of both the worlds – while keeping us connected, it prioritises safety. A lot of Ford vehicles render SYNC 3 with hands-free calling and texting, facilitating drivers to enjoy all the advantages of their mobile device without having to switch their hands from the steering wheel or eyes from the road.

3. Music and Singing

There are many gifted or not-so-gifted singers out there who enjoy singing and driving! For the sake of passengers’ safety and in some instances eardrums, these singers should keep that talent secret a little longer. The days of fumbling around with AUX cords or CDs are ultimately at an end. With accessible App Link, Sirius XM satellite radio and SYNC 3 across a range of Ford vehicles. Drivers can effortlessly control audio with voice commands. So, place those pipes to use without making passengers crazy.

4. Eating Snacks inside the Car

Among the top bad behaviours self-reported by drivers is eating while driving, and it comes as no surprise; breakfast in the moving vehicle, that bag of chips in the cup holder or a fatty slice of lip-smacking pizza is a general view in many vehicles. No kind of technology can fed drivers and keep them mess-free, so here’s a traditional remedy that will assist maximise snack potential in a safe manner, no matter what Ford vehicle you drive in – just pull apart and park your vehicle and give full attention to the snack. Relish the taste without placing people at risk.

5. Anger Management

While driving a car, anger comes in different forms – screaming, shouting and other forbidden actions; however, all these are never suitable, can cause disruption and sets a bad illustration for younger passengers. Calmness while driving on the highway comes from understanding that some things are not in our control; for instance, construction in the city may be going on, other drivers behaving poorly, commuter traffic jams and learning to let go of any anger. Ford’s range of vehicles has a big list of accessible technologies that are planned to make drivers’ lives comfortable, simpler and curtail frustration.

6. Common Distractions

Common DistractionsDistraction can take different forms which include hoardings, a glimpse of their own vehicle’s reflection or even the sight of a passing Ford GT. The solution for distraction is merely for the drivers to maintain their eyes on the road, making sure that they are well rested and able to give their full attention. On variants like the Ford Edge 2017, the available ‘Lane Keeping System’ can caution you through the wheel vibration and apply steering torque to steer the vehicle into the target lane if it detects accidental lane departure. However, it is no alternate to attentive driving, but the available Lane Keeping System provides drivers with a tender reminder to correct their track.

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