What is Ford Pass?

young man walking, wearing headphones, and using a smartphone

How to use Ford Pass 

Many people won’t leave the house without their smartphone firmly in hand. While there are some who think that constant connectedness is ruining interactions, smartphones can be incredibly useful. They not only can help keep you connected but can also be useful in plenty of situations, especially while driving.  

While most people already know that they can use their smartphone to make calls, send texts, play music, and find navigation while in their vehicle, they may not know that their smartphone can be used before they even get in their car. Ford Pass is a system that allows drivers to connect directly with their vehicle no matter where they are. 

[Related: Guide to Ford SYNC®]

Perks of using Ford Pass

Person using the Ford Pass App on a SmartphoneThe Ford Pass app allows you to access all sorts of information from your phone. You can easily find parking wherever you’re going when you use Ford Pass. Not only can you find parking near your destination before you hit the road, you can also select the lot you want to park in and pay while using the app.  You also won’t be stuck searching for a gas station with the needle on empty, as you are able to find a gas station and compare pricing using Ford Pass.  

If you’re the type of person who will go many months and miles without getting your oil changed or having any other service performed on your vehicle, Ford Pass can help you keep track of when your car needs to be taken care of. You are able to access vehicle information no matter where you are and can find service history and track your fuel level. Locking your keys in the car is also a thing of the past with Ford Pass. Using the app, you can lock, unlock, and start your vehicle with the optional SYNC® Connect system. If you’d like to get your hands on a Ford vehicle that is equipped with these features and more, visit Sanders Ford 

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