You Saved Our Lives!!!!
JUL
31

In 2006, my husband and I found out we were pregnant with our first child. We wanted to buy a truck that would would last and be comfortable for a growing family. We purchased a super crew F150. We had another child and drove our tuck everywhere. The comfort it afforded us while traveling with mountains of baby gear was unmatched. A week and half ago, I realized why we purchased the truck. It saved my family’s lives. My husband was making the trip back home after picking up our two kids. It had rained that day and after taking a slight turn in the road, the truck hydroplaned. My husband hit a ditch and the truck flipped 2.5 times. My kids were secured in their car seats and my husband had his seat belt on. The emergency crew was shocked that my husband and kids survived that accident. While my husband had cuts and bruises, there wasn’t a scratch on my children. We have since had to purchase another vehicle. Although I would have loved and searched tirelessly to find another Ford in our price range, we had to settle on another brand. But I thank you, Ford, for saving my family’s lives and rest assured we will own another Ford one day.

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