Quick, how many of you enthusiasts and consumers really understand how the Environmental Protection Agency tests cars and trucks for fuel economy?
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When Ford initially introduced its voice-activated Sync in-vehicle communications and entertainment system in 2007, it was supposed to make life easier, and maybe even safer by reducing distractions.
The automotive industry is experiencing a Darwinian phenomenon— survival of the fittest— and Ford is catching on.
Thanks to a study by Bridgestone Americas, we have evidence to back up what everyone already knows; teens are distracted even while driving.