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Never Worry About Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Again Thanks to the Ford GoRide Health Service

Thursday, June 6th, 2019
side view of a Ford Go Ride Health van

Ford GoRide Health Transportation Services Expanding Nationwide

Getting to doctor’s appointments and other medical services can be a hassle for anyone, but it’s an especially tough task for those in wheelchairs and for others with special needs. That’s why the Ford GoRide Health non-emergency transportation services are so vital for so many all across this great country. But with no Ford GoRide Health services located anywhere near Tampa, FL, how and why is this important to us? Well, it’s important because Ford just announced that GoRide Health transportation services are being expanded nationally. So, with Ford GoRide Health coming soon to Tampa, FL, let’s learn some more about it. (more…)

Are Self-Driving Car Deliveries On Their Way Thanks to a Loveable Little Robot?

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019
Digit delivering a package

Who is Digit and How is He Helping Self-Driving Cars?

At this point, it’s not a matter of if self-driving cars will ever become a regular sight out on the road – it’s a matter of when. Self-driving cars are the future and, once all the kinks are worked out, they’ll be able to do so much for us – like delivering a package. But while Ford has been working hard on making self-driving cars a reality, they did realize one thing while doing their tests – and that’s that even a self-driving car can’t deliver a package right to your door. Enter Digit – a two-legged robot designed and built by Agility Robotics through its new partnership with Ford. But who is Digit and how is he helping self-driving cars? Well, let’s find out now. (more…)

How Recycling Plastic Bottles is Helping Create the New Ford Lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL

Monday, June 3rd, 2019
hand grabbing a water bottle

Ford Parts Created with 1.2 Billion Recycled Plastic Bottles

Ford has long been at the forefront of environmental awareness but the company is taking their environmental initiatives to whole new levels thanks to a new program that has them utilizing recycled plastic bottles to create parts for the new Ford cars, trucks and SUVs we all love. That’s right, the plastic water bottles that would normally take over 400 years to decompose are now being recycled and used to improve vehicle aerodynamics and reduce cabin noise. With that in mind, let’s see how Ford parts are being created with 1.2 billion recycled plastic bottles. (more…)

Ford Rewarding Loyalty by Expanding Investment in Customer Experience Programs

Friday, May 10th, 2019
two Ford Transit vans

What is the New FordPass Rewards Program?

There is a lot Ford does to reward customer loyalty, not the least of which being the fact that the company offers new and improved models to choose from each and every new model year – and since new Ford cars, trucks and SUVs are “Built Ford Tough,” you know you’re going to get more for your trade-in when you upgrade to a new model year. But Ford isn’t done rewarding customer loyalty, as the company is now introducing the industry-exclusive FordPass Rewards program. But what is the new FordPass Rewards program? We’re glad you asked, because that’s what we’re going to cover right here. (more…)

Get Packages Deliveries, Car Washes and More Thanks to These New Ford Connected Car Services

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019
Amazon package delivered to a Ford

Checking Out the New Ford Connected Car Services

If you’ve gotten behind the wheel of a new Ford car, truck or SUV within that last few model years, you know how technologically advanced they’ve become. From advanced new safety and driver assistance systems to advanced new connectivity and convenience features, all of the new Ford models at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, are as advanced as they come. And now, they’re getting even more advanced. That’s because Ford is adding numerous new connected car services to get excited about. So, let’s break things down and check out these new Ford connected car services. (more…)

Is There an All-New Ford Commercial Vehicle Lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL to Go Along with All of the Other All-New Ford Models on the Way?

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019
side view of a black 2021 Ford E-Series

Checking Out the All-New Ford Commercial Vehicle Lineup

Ford has been the country’s commercial vehicle leader to the last 34 years and if the brand’s all-new commercial lineup is any indication, that dominance is going to continue for at least another 34 years. That’s because Ford has unveiled its all-new commercial vehicle lineup, which we’re going to be checking out here. And what a lineup it is – with all-new Ford F-600 Super Duty models, all-new Ford Super Duty Chassis Cab models, all-new Ford Transit Models, all-new Ford F-650 Medium Duty models, all-new Ford F-750 Medium Duty models, an all-new Ford E-Series lineup, and all-new Ford F-53 and F-59 Stripped Chassis models. So, let’s get right down to it and check them out. (more…)

Ford’s Focus on Trucks and SUVs Paying Off with Record Sales During First Quarter of 2019

Monday, April 15th, 2019
classic blue Ford logo and white background

Ford Begins 2019 Fiscal Year with Record Truck and SUV Sales

Ford has announced it is focusing more and more on new trucks and SUVs moving forward, and if the brand’s first quarter sales numbers are any indication, that new focus is paying off – and then some. That’s because Ford has begun the 2019 fiscal year with record truck and SUV sales, so let’s take a closer look at those numbers and see what they mean for Ford’s future. (more…)

Will Ford be Putting a Conveyor Belt in Future Models?

Wednesday, March 6th, 2019
classic blue Ford logo with white background

Ford Patents an In-Vehicle Conveyor Belt for Future Models

Have you ever gone out on an errand run, only to find yourself having trouble getting everything out of your vehicle once you get back home? Well, Ford may have just the solution for you – even if you may need to wait a bit to enjoy it. That’s because Ford has patented a new conveyor belt system that they may be putting in certain models in the near future. Now, unlike most of the posts here on our Brandon Ford Blog, this post is purely speculation, but the news that Ford patented a new in-vehicle conveyor belt for future models is too good to ignore, so let’s check it out and see what it might mean for the future. (more…)

2019 Ford GT and 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: Taking People on the Rides of Their Lives While Raising Millions of Dollars for Charity

Thursday, February 7th, 2019
side view of an orange 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Ford Raises Millions Auctioning Off New Super Cars

Charities around the country got a big boost in funding recently thanks to two Ford super cars that were auctioned off for millions of dollars. First up was the 48th annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction, an event that included an auction for the first-ever 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. A 2019 Ford GT Heritage Edition with the famed Gulf racing theme was also auctioned off at a separate event, with the two auctions combining to raise $3.6 million dollars. For more on the auctions and what the money is being used for, let’s take an in-depth look at how Ford raised millions auctioning off these two new super cars. (more…)

Ford Recognized for Their Conservation and Water Security Efforts

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019
classic blue Ford logo

Ford Receives High Marks for Conservation Initiatives

Ford is at the forefront of a lot of technological advancements throughout the automotive industry – from advanced new safety and driver assistance features to advanced new technology and connectivity systems to the self-driving cars of the future, Ford is doing it all. And they’re doing it all without putting the world we live in at risk. That’s because Ford has been working hard to keep its conservation and water security efforts as important as everything else it does. And Ford is now being recognized for those efforts, receiving high marks for its conservation initiatives. (more…)