ICC Collision Centers would like to share some great safety tips

….from a world class professional drivers perspective… by FORD Motor Company.

safety_matters

Learn some valuable information on how to be safe in your vehicle:

Look Ahead!

A professional driver gives an important tip from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life. It is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Slow Down!

A professional driver gives some important tips on times when you should slow down, as part of Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life. The program is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Seating Position

A professional driver gives an important tip about seating position from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life. It is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Driving Skills for Life – Tip 04 -Skid Recovery

A professional driver gives some important tips on how to recover from a skid from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life program. It is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Tire Pressure!

A professional driver explains why proper tire pressure is so important — and how it can save you money at the gas pump. It’s from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life program, which is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Two wheels off the pavement!

A professional driver explains what to do when two wheels of your vehicle go off the pavement. It’s from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life program, which is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Driver Distraction!

A professional driver talks about the importance of keeping your eyes on the road when you’re driving. It’s from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life program, which is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Look where you want to go!

A professional driver explains why it’s important to look where you want to go, not at an obstacle, when you’re driving. These tips are from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life program, which is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Vehicle Dynamics!

A professional driver explains why you need to adjust your driving style to the type of vehicle you drive. These tips are from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life program, which is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

Don’t Give Up!

A professional driver explains why you should never give up in an emergency situation. These tips are from Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life program, which is designed to help young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of teen vehicle crashes, hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management and speed management.

 

Hopefully these tips were both insightful and helpful.  Thanks for Tuning in.

ICC Collision Centers

3131 Standard Ave

Santa Ana, Ca

http://www.icccollision.com

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