Have you been wondering how you can improve your driving skills? The HondaLink Driver Feedback System offers an easy, convenient way to do just that. This technology, which is available on your smartphone via the HondaLink app, keeps track of your driving habits, giving you a score for each trip you make, and provides you with tips on how to improve your driving.
Every time you drive with HondaLink activated, the program will generate a scorecard that looks at a range of factors, including trip distance, duration, speeding, hard braking, and hard accelerations. The better your driving habits, the better your score will be.
With this feature, you will even receive a weekly report card that will give you a single score summarizing the individual trip scores. This scorecard also will provide you with tips on how you can improve, helping you to acknowledge how you can become a better driver. Superior scores may even qualify you to receive insurance discounts.
The HondaLink Driver Feedback System is now available on the following Honda models, if the model is currently or was previously enrolled in the Security, Remote, or Concierge packages:
2018 and newer Accord Touring
2018 and newer Odyssey Touring
2019 and newer Insight Touring
2019 and newer Passport Touring
2019 and newer Pilot Touring/Elite
If you’re interested in a Honda with these features, make sure you stop in to Honda of Tiffany Springs, and we can show you one of the many options available on our dealership’s lot.
More and more people around the world are working to reduce the impact of COVID-19, and Honda is joining forces with General Motors to do the same. These two carmakers recently decided to use an existing Honda and General Motors partnership to produce nearly 12,000 gallons of hand sanitizer to for both their own facilities throughout the United States and for healthcare workers on the frontlines battling this virus.
The companies’ existing Fuel Cell System Manufacturing (FCSM) team is using their own facility in Brownstown, Michigan, to produce the hand sanitizer. They have repurposed equipment usually used for developing fuel-cell fuel stacks for future hydrogen-powered vehicles to do so.
Currently, Honda has donated 3,750 nine-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer to a variety of healthcare facilities throughout Ohio and Michigan. The carmakers plan to donate nearly 75 percent of the hand sanitizer output to various healthcare facilities throughout North America.
“It is inspiring to see how the automotive industry continues to find new and innovative ways to help society during this crisis,” said Cathy McEvilly, senior vice president and general counsel of Honda North America, Inc. “The commitment shown by Honda associates and their counterparts at GM is a source of pride to us and we are happy to provide something to help the brave health care professionals fighting this pandemic every day.”
Honda will provide 1,500 gallons of hand sanitizer to its own manufacturing plants to keep employees safe. Packaging for this product was given to the partnership by Packaging Corporation of America.