Safety Precautions to take When Using the Ford Blind Spot Information System


Many drivers have equipped their vehicles with the blind spot information system to help them in monitoring blind spots when switching lanes and to avoid accidents. It also goes a long way in boosting the driver’s confidence and to detect approaching vehicles through using the cross traffic alert.

The main purpose of the blind spot information system is to help detect vehicles which have entered that blind spot area. For more information on this, contact Thornhill Ford Lincoln in Chapmanville. The detection zones on the sides of the vehicle extend to an estimate of 10 feet beyond your bumper and alert you whenever a moving vehicle gets on the blind spot.

The most important safety precaution for drivers when using the blind spot information system is to never use it as an alternative checking the rear view and side mirror mirrors or glancing over the shoulder before switching lanes. This makes driving easier and reduces lane change accidents drastically.
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