Safety Update

Extra Care For You and Your Vehicle

In these uncertain times, know that Quick Lane® is beyond dedicated to helping keep you and your vehicle safely on your way. 

ENHANCED CLEANING PROCESS FOR THE HIGH-TOUCH AREAS OF YOUR VEHICLE. 

Thank You To Our Dedicated Heroes, First Responders

To our Frontline Heroes and First Responders, we thank you for your dedication and relentless courage amidst such chaotic times.

To help support you and your families we will provide free pick up and delivery for any of your service needs. We would also like to offer you a 20% discount on all service or repair work.

In addition, Quick Lane at Al Packer's White Marsh Ford will disinfect your vehicle after all services are complete as a courtesy. Loaners available, see your service advisor for details*.

 

New Hours, Sanitized Facility Ready To Serve You

There's enough to worry about right now; your vehicle doesn't need to be on that list.

We offer several convenient options for servicing your vehicle, like regular hours, and even a complimentary pick-up and drop-off service.

 

Our goal is to provide a clean, safe environment for all visitors and employees.

We've hired a professional service which provides hospital-grade cleaning for our facilities.

If you'd like to arrange a free pick-up and drop-off, please give us a call and we'll make arrangements that suit your schedule.

We have revised our hours during the outbreak.

Latest Brake Technologies Emphasize Pedestrian Safety

Automatic Emergency Braking is a driver-assistance technology that can apply the brakes when a crash is imminent.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently announced they will grade Automatic Emergency Braking Systems on their ability to detect and avoid pedestrians.

Find out more about this innovative technology and how the IIHS judges it.

New Impaired Driving Campaign Targets Young Adults

A new national campaign from the National HIghway Traffic Safety Administration seeks to address escalating issues with impaired driving.

States are wrestling with lower limits on blood alcohol levels, and the video highlights a driver who is seemingly sober yet displays poor reflexes.

Watch now.