The percentage of fatal crashes in the US involving teen drivers is down from a decade ago, but still high.
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Efforts at the Ford Rouge Complex keep a colony of around 80,000 honeybees buzzing.
UAW-Ford volunteers pitch-in to help refresh a low-income senior living facility in Chicago.
Ford’s new “Fast Track Races” program encourages Girl Scouts to be interested in automotive design and engineering.
Ford is assisting college-level racing efforts by donating time in its wind tunnel to Formula SAE teams.
Ford Motor Company employees worldwide prepare to give back to their communities next month.
Ford’s advanced training course for young and inexperienced drivers continues its trek around the country.
Another Smart Mobility pilot program has been announced, and it could benefit the health and wellness of many in Africa.
Ford employees take to Southeast Michigan’s wide open spaces, volunteering on some 49 environmental projects.
Ford’s new Resource and Engagement Center in Pretoria, South Africa will open its doors this October.
Ford has gathered thirty of its best and brightest millennial employees for a year-long course on leadership in the non-profit sector.
This year, each of Texas’ 1,000 high school Future Farmers chapters will participate in Ford’s “Driving Skills for Life.”
Nowadays, you don’t even have to smoke a bunch of drugs to get the full drugged driving effect.