Ford helps drivers see what’s around the corner

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Ford has unveiled its latest piece of connected car technology, Local Hazard Information, warning drivers of potential dangers on the road.

Local Hazard Information will be available on the European-market small SUV, the Puma as standard and free of charge for the first year. The technology will be rolled out across more than 80% of Ford passenger vehicles by the end of 2020. Alerts can also be sent to drivers of other manufacturers.

Hazards warnings such as breakdowns are displayed on the dashboard and it also monitors local weather and traffic reports.

Read the full news story on the new solution here.

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