Ford Co-Pilot360 Puts an End to Backseat Driving
We’ve all been there, both as the driver annoyed by backseat drivers and as the backseat driver annoying the actual driver. And it’s never fun, no matter which role you’re playing. But that’s all about to come to an end thanks to the innovative new suite of advanced safety and driver assistance features known as Ford Co-Pilot360. Because this safety and driver assistance suite provides you with so many helpful and high-functioning features, you’ll no longer have to rely on other passengers to help you get where you’re going or to help you keep an eye out for obstacles and other vehicles on the road. If also means those same passengers won’t feel the need to constantly barrage you with directions and advice as you’re trying to concentrate on driving. So, with all of that in mind, let’s check out how the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of advanced new safety and driver assistance features helps put an end to backseat driving.
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While backseat drivers giving directions can sometimes be helpful in certain situations, backseat drivers who do nothing but call out anything and everything on the road around you often make things more stressful and annoying instead of being helpful. That’s where two of our favorite Ford Co-Pilot306 features come into play – the Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert capabilities and the Pre-Collision Assist system with Automatic Emergency Braking capabilities. Thanks to these features and capabilities, backseat drivers will no long feel the need to be look-outs, because that job is already taken by something far more useful and helpful than they are. Getting back to the direction-giving backseat drivers – as we mentioned, they can be helpful, but they can also be the opposite of helpful. Thankfully, Ford Co-Pilot360 has you covered there, too.