Blind Spot Information Detects Danger

Drivers develop many habits over the years. Many of these habits can become safety hazards. They often forget the simple things that allow them to avoid danger on the road. The blind spot is a tricky area where the motorist cannot see an object or vehicle that is dangerously close to them. If the driver does not actively search the blind spot it is possible for them to get involved in a serious accident.

The Ford Blind Spot Information System is a piece of technology that was created to assist drivers. The BLIS system can detect objects 10 feet from the bumper of the car while traveling on the roadway. The system also comes with Cross Traffic Alert. BLIS turns off and the Cross Traffic Alert kicks in when the vehicle is put into reverse. It signals drivers of potential dangers up to 45 feet away in either direction.

Experts at Malloy Ford in Winchester are ready to give more information to anyone who needs more knowledge about Ford's Blind Spot Information System.

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