We have all seen it, driving on the highway and someone indicates before attempting to merge but doesn't see a vehicle in the adjacent lane due to the vehicle's blind spot. It happens fairly frequently, especially if you commute and can sometimes lead to some bad outcomes.

Many technologies in the automotive industry and changing the way we drive and Ford's Blind Spot Information System, BLIS for short, is helping to make drivers safer. Sensors in the exterior mirrors are designed to provide a coverage area of about ten feet beyond the rear bumper to detect a moving motorized object and indicate their presence to the driver.

The system is designed to aid the driver when changing lanes as well as when backing up and provides unique audio tones for each function as well as indicator lights on the exterior mirrors that dim when it gets dark.

Come on over to Mtn. View Ford Lincoln and see everything BLIS can do for yourself today.
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