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Ford Philippines 'Caring for Tomorrow'

Recently Ford Philippines launch a campaign to promote awareness about safety in driving and encourage them to pledge to drive safely specially for their love ones. They also offer a sneak peek of what they have in the future in terms of advancement in driving, innovations and facilities.


An increase of vehicles in the streets of the metro, means the increase of drivers, but are we sure that all of them are responsible?. Ford Philippines through 'Caring for Tomorrow' campaign refresh, educate and equip drivers about the knowledge of caring for people specially their love one. 

By showing their newest safety and assistance technologies, Ford can help us with road crisis. Learned about their Adaptive Cruise Control, that help drivers maintain a safe following distance, Ford SYNC, that allows drivers to stay connected while keeping their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road, MyKey, allows to program a key for younger drivers that limits top speed, reduces maximum radio volume and more.


We also tried the performance of Ford vehicles owning the Active City Stop and Active Park Asssist technology. Active City Stop will help you avoid low-speed rear-end collisions with stationary or slower-moving traffic in front. Active Park Assist, is were car steer itself into a parallel parking space.

Ford Philippines truly 'Caring for Tomorrow',  by witnessing and experiencing their new innovations, i'm pretty sure that your love ones are safe with them.

**photos from Ford Philippines Facebook page. 


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