2006 Harley Davidson F-150 Safety
As with all Ford vehicles, the 2006 Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 has been engineered with a focus on safety. As a result, it has been equipped with numerous safety features.
If a collision is unavoidable, the 2006 Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 helps to protect its occupants with a structure designed to help absorb and dissipate crash energy and maintain occupant compartment integrity.
Advanced restraints provide additional occupant protection, which includes passenger-seat occupant classification as part of more than a dozen elements that make up the Personal Safety System a suite of restraint technologies designed to tailor their response to the severity of the crash and other factors.
The seat occupant classification system uses weight-sensing technology to deactivate the passenger-side air bag when appropriate. This feature is designed to protect children and small-statured passengers from possible air bag injury.
A vehicle occupant’s best line of defense in crashes remains the safety belt. Ford Motor Company’s industry-leading technology reminds the driver and front-seat passenger to buckle up by sounding a gentle tone and displaying an icon on the instrument panel.
The 2006 Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 SuperCab has three sets of LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) fixtures and top tether anchors across the rear seat, and a top tether anchor on the front passenger seat.