If you’re a bit tight on cash and you’re keen on picking up a new car in the future, you might want to consider a new Ford vehicle. The car manufacturer has announced its new partnership with State Farm to offer lower insurance premiums for drivers with State Farm’s Drive Safe & Save program, although a slight invasion of privacy is required. Ford car owners with cars that feature the Ford SYNC connectivity system will be eligible for the program.
The program will give discounts starting from 5% all the way to 40% depending on the monthly mileage of the vehicle, which means that the less you drive, the higher your discounts! All users have to do is opt-in to the program which uses Ford SYNC Vehicle Health Report to track the mileage of their vehicles, so if you’re not too fussed about Ford and State Farm “tracking” you, then this scheme might just be for you. The State Farm Drive Safe & Save program for Ford SYNC will kick off in Utah and will roll out to other states in the future. [Press release]
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