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Why Ford Co-Pilot360 Continues to Amaze

2020 Ford Explorer Co-Pilot360  

Without a doubt, Ford manufacturers are at the forefront of introducing impressive technologies. The latest inventory incorporates technologies that instill safety and confidence when driving. The Ford Co-Pilot360 technology has multiple driver-assist innovations that include lane-keep assistance, blind-spot detector, auto high beam lighting, and a rearview camera. With these features, you can enjoy driving without being anxious about safety threats on the highway.

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Lease-End Options

If your vehicle lease is about to end, you have a lot to think about. There are a number of things you can do. We want you to make an informed decision, so here are some things you should consider.

About halfway through your lease, you should be thinking about your automobile needs. Does the vehicle you leased meet those needs? If not, you can start deciding what types of features you want in the future. About four months to the end of the lease period, you should start corresponding with your lease dealer. During this time, you can start…

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Ford ‘Arts, Beats & Eats’ Planning Underway

When you think “summer,” what comes to mind? Lazy, hot days at the beach, working in the garden, or packing up the family car for a vacation?

Summer will be here before we know it. Unfortunately, it’s a season that passes too quickly. While it seems impossible to believe that we could be thinking of Labor Day already, we couldn’t help ourselves when we learned about Ford’s Arts, Beats & Eats event.

Held, you guessed it, Labor Day weekend, the festival in Downtown Royal Oak, Michigan, draws thousands.

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Ford Stories: Hope in Detroit, Michigan

Have you ever had a long-held belief, and one day had it turned completely on its head? That’s what happened to Treger Strasberg when she learned more about homelessness in Detroit, Michigan. Ms. Strasberg said that she was shocked to learn that most of the homeless population was made up of single mothers.

The new advocate for this underserved population went on to work with Humble Design, a home interior design company that provides families in transition with fully furnished and beautifully decorated homes.

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