Ford Pilots Kiosk Check-Ins for Improved Customer Experiences

 

As Ford strives to make improvements to Ford drivers overall vehicle ownership experience, the company piloted the use of digital kiosks at seven Ford dealerships across the U.S last fall. Ford’s goal was to improve the overall check-in experience for customers by providing information to those who are only looking to quick get in and out and freeing up representatives for those who have specific questions that need more in length answers.

 
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Keep Your Dog Safe on Every Adventure Together

 

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or have a long trip planned as summer approaches, it’s important to be prepared if you plan on hitting the road with your dog by your side. Don’t forget to pack your four-legged friend’s bag and keep him or her safely secure while on the road. 

 
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2020 Ford GT Supercar Sees New Upgrades

 

Ford’s always up for a challenge. This time, they successfully made powerful upgrades to the 2020 Ford GT supercar making it faster than ever before! The new GT supercar will also be available in two different appearance options including carbon liquid and a throwback edition that celebrates Ford’s 1969 Le Mans victory.

 

“Ford GT continues to be the pinnacle of Ford performance,” said Ed Krenz, Ford Performance chief program engineer.

 
 
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Three Finalists Split $250,000 to Implement Their City:One Challenge Proposals Sponsored by Ford and PlanetM

 

In June of 2018, Ford announced its acquisition of Michigan Central Station and its intentions to restore it to its original grandeur as it serves as the heartbeat to a new mobility innovation district in Corktown. A year later, Ford partnered with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s mobility initiative, PlanetM, to create the City:One Challenge. 

 
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Ford Driving Skills For Life Program Expands Curriculum and Student Reach

 

Ford introduced the Ford Driving Skills for Life program in 2003. Now 17 years later, Ford continues to develop the program for new drivers and their parents as well as expand its audience reach. The Ford Driving Skills for Life program is set to tour 18 cities across the United States with over 80 safe-driving training sessions spanning coast to coast.

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How to Spot Black Ice and What To Do If You Lose Control

 

Black ice, also known as clear ice, is a thin, transparent layer of ice. It earned its name of black ice by resembling the pavement below it and appearing black due to its transparent film. Black ice often forms when the air temperature is warm enough for precipitation to appear as rain, but the ground temperature is still freezing, causing it to ice on contact. Black ice tends to be one of the biggest driving hazards during the wintertime, and it’s important to know how to spot it and what to do if you begin to lose control driving…

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Hit the Trail With the 2020 Ford Expedition FX4


According to MaritzCX market research, nearly 20 percent of Ford Expedition owners use their vehicle for off-road adventures, with 45 percent using their SUV for camping, hunting, and fishing. Now, Ford drivers who love the outdoors can have the best of both worlds, driving comfortably while traveling across rugged terrain with ease as Ford recently announced that it will be adding its FX4 off-road package to the 2020 Ford Expedition Limited. 


“There’s a growing trend in people looking to enjoy rugged terrain without having to give up the refinement, comfort or convenience of getting there,” said Devin McParlane, Ford…

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2020 Ford Super Duty Chassis Cab-Tough Enough For Your Business


Expand your work fleet with the 2020 Ford Super Duty Chassis Cab! No matter your vocation, the Super Duty Chassis Cab has the capability that you need with three engines to choose from and a standard all-new 10 speed TorqShift transmission. The all-new Super Duty Chassis Cab also features best-in-class maximum payload of 12,750 pounds, so you can mount everything from utility bodies to boom cranes. 


“We don’t operate in a vacuum in Ford commercial trucks, we talk to the customers, dealers and upfitters who know how hard our trucks are worked,” said Nathan Oscarson, commercial truck marketing…

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