Thursday, March 12, 2020

Crossover SUV Profile: The 2020 Ford Escape

Crossover SUV Profile: The 2020 Ford Escape 


Drivers everywhere are flocking to crossover sports utility vehicles for their versatility: having one vehicle
that can handle adverse road conditions while also nimbly navigating through the densest downtown is
understandably appealing.

Visit a family-owned dealership to check out the new Ford models available right there on the lot, because
you won’t believe the advanced features to make riders safer and more entertained in the new 2020 Ford

Choices in Engine

Just like you can choose which colour of Ford Escape you’d like, you can also pick what type of engine you
want under the hood. The 2020 Ford Escape comes in a choice of Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid, and EcoBoost
engines, which includes a 1.5L EcoBoost Engine and a 2.0L EcoBoost Engine.

There are also different drive modes that each vehicle can choose from, such as:

  • Normal
  • Eco
  • Slippery
  • Sport
  • Deep snow or sand

All you need to do is select a driving mode, then the vehicle will adjust the electronic stability control system
and traction control system automatically.

Ford Co-Pilot360

The 2020 Ford Escape comes with a modern suite of advanced safety features known as Ford Co-Pilot360
that help you drive confidently, and help to keep everybody on the road safer. They are designed to work
effortlessly, so drivers don’t need to even do anything to simply be safer.

For example, the Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking will scan the road for objects which
may potentially cause a collision. If it detects one, the system will send an audible and visible alert in the
appropriate side mirror.

If the driver still doesn’t take any corrective action, the vehicle itself can put on the brakes. Other features
include a: lane-keeping system, rear view camera, Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert,
and more.

Modern Technological Amenities

Given the amount of time people spend on average in their vehicle, it’s a good thing that Ford has loaded
the 2020 Escape with features that make drivers and passengers feel entertained and at home.

The available Sync3 makes it super easy and safe to use your smartphone while you’re behind the wheel.
Accessing your phone for navigation, to keep in contact via messages, phone or email, and for music will
be simple. 

Plus, the FordPass Connect app makes it easy for drivers to contact the dealership or emergency roadside
assistance. It also acts as a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 10 devices at once. This way, passengers can while the
time away on a road trip without having to consume their own data.

You’ll be able to remotely start your vehicle, and remotely lock and unlock it too. Access to the vehicle itself
and the wider world of online information is easy when you’re in the new Ford Escape.

We live in a world of dazzling technology — from your smartphone to crossover SUVs like the 2020 Ford
Escape, it would have been hard to imagine this world just years ago. Between the advanced technology
which makes driving safer and more fun, plus the advanced and varied forms of power under the hood, the
2020 Ford Escape truly is something to behold.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Recovering From A Personal Injury

Recovering from a personal injury
Regardless of how careful you are, it is all too easy to have an accident. In America, every
year, around 69 million medical office or emergency department visits are made as a result
of an injury rather than an illness. As you can see, your chances of suffering an injury that
is serious enough for you require medical attention are surprisingly high. So, it is worth
understanding how to handle that situation. 
Get legal advice if the accident was not your fault
If you were injured as a result of the actions of a third party, it is always worth going to
somewhere like here to find out more information. Lawyers that deal with personal injury
claims virtually every day have an understanding of how to handle the situation correctly.
Contacting them early on and following the advice that they give you can significantly
improve your chances of winning compensation. For example, they can explain how to
gather evidence before it disappears. As well as help you to keep a proper record of the
nature of your injuries and track the negative impact the incident is having on your life.
This is all vital evidence that may otherwise not be captured. With personal injury cases,
the more evidence you have the easier it is to prove your claim.
Be prepared to push a bit to get the medical help that you need
After an accident, getting the right medical help and following the advice you are given is
very important. Doing so has a significant impact on how well you will recover. But,
sometimes you will have to push a bit to get all of the help that you need. 
In many places, resources are limited, so you can end up waiting a long time between
appointments. It is all too easy for things to be forgotten. As you can see from this study if
you have suffered certain types of brain injury how soon you get access to intensive
physio can have a significant impact on how well you recover. So, if you are waiting too
long, you may need to push things along or to pay for private physiotherapy.
Be prepared to accept help from others
Try not to be too proud to accept help. Even simple things like chasing up appointments
can be exhausting. 
Having someone else in the room when you talk to the doctor can help too. They will be
able to listen and make notes and maybe remind you of the important questions that need
to be asked. It is really helpful to have someone to act as an advocate for you when you do
not have the energy to do so effectively yourself.
After a while, you will need less help and be able to start to do things to assist others.
Something that can help your recovery a great deal.
Look after your mental and emotional health
Many people underestimate how badly their mental and emotional health can be impacted
when they are physically hurt. It is a lot to cope with. Coming to terms with the fact that it
is going to take months, maybe years, to recover is never easy. A recent Canadian study
found that people who have suffered a serious physical injury are 3 times more likely to
be hospitalized with a mental health crisis than the general population. You can read more
about that study here and find out how to spot the early signs of trouble.


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