e technology in the vehicle helps the owners to operate and bring convenience to daily driving. This technology, which was introduced by Ford, is the road-side assistance feature in the newly launched EVs. FordPass, the automaker's connected car app and service allows owners to request assistance from roadside helpers. The quick Roadside Assistance feature is designed to offer help when you need it most. It lets customers contact Ford roadside assistance by selecting a button in their vehicle's infotainment system or through the FordPass app on their smartphone. Then they can request help with changing a flat tire or jump starting their vehicle if needed. If there are no open nearby repair facilities, Ford says it will provide directions to the closest location. The company says this will be useful when traveling outside your local area so that you do not have to worry about getting stuck on the side of the road far away from home or work with no way to get back home or to work. Ford's new service also provides access to other services like battery jump starts, flat tire changeovers including spare tires, fuel delivery, and lockouts. If an owner has a disabled vehicle and needs a tow truck, it can be arranged through Ford's service center network. You can learn more about this technology and how it will be helpful to drivers by contacting us at Skaha Ford.