Vans are a very safe vehicle, and people must've understood that is not a car. Vans have a higher center of gravity and should not be overloaded and should not be driven at excessive speed.
The Ford Company planned to start equipping its 15-passenger vans with electronic stabilizing technology. It will start with their 2006 model year, where the stability enhancement system uses sensors to recognize wheel skid. This activates the brakes too, to keep the vehicle on course. The systems have a similarity on Volvo XC90 sport utility vehicle. The large vans will be sold only by Ford and General Motors, and these become the target of some numerous product liability lawsuits.
The Ford is known as the automobile maker. But according to some sources, the Daimler Chrysler and Toyota Motor replaced Ford as the world's number two and three automobile manufacturers by revenue in 2004. Ford makes it as a global number two behind General Motors after many years, and remains as one of the world's ten largest corporation by revenue. They even reformed the methods for large-scale when it comes to manufacturing of cars, and large-scale management of an individual workforce.
The Ford Motor Company has been manufacturing automobiles under the highly-recognized Lincoln and Mercury brand names. They have major manufacturing operations in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil, Argentina, Australia and several other countries. The Ford models that were sold outside the US were essentially versions of those sold on the home market.
Ford built their vehicles with great capabilities and introduced in the automotive industry with various features such as fuel economy, ride comfort, handling, and performance are ought to be proven and popular in the market. Ford developed such vehicles from cars, SUV's, trucks, and including vans. Made and designed with reliability, Ford ensures excessive performance for your driving.