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2019-5-31

2019-5-17

Window to the past: a brief history of the windshield

May 9, 2019 -- Toronto, Ontario -- In 1904, the first windshields—at least as we would recognize them—began to appear on vehicles. While internal combustion engine-powered automobiles had existed for about twenty years by the time of this innovation, earlier motorists had not been terribly concerned about wind protection. Older automobiles were not able to travel quickly enough for the wind to be troublesome for drivers and passengers.

2019-5-9

When the Windshield Helps Drive the Car, a Repair Isn’t So Simple

Fixing a cracked windshield used to be the kind of repair a technician could perform in a few minutes in your office parking lot while you were at work. Today, the same repair could take hours and require expensive computerized equipment in a special facility. And it will probably cost much more. If the repair is not done properly, it could have dire consequences.

2019-4-15

Together, Fuyao will keep your classic cars on the road

Automotive glass was produced, developed and perfected during the ups and downs of the British automotive industry history. Make it easy for the car enthusiasts to find the needed windshield. It is this commitment, feelings, and dedication to the classics that strengthens our commitment to assist in keeping these classics on the road.

2019-4-9

Autonomous Vehicle Report- April 5

Toronto, Ontario -- April 5, 2019 --Ford, General Motors (GM) and Toyota, along with SAE International, have established a new consortium that will focus on the safety of autonomous vehicles.

2019-4-9

Autonomous Vehicle Report - March 29, 2019

Toronto, Ontario – March 28, 2019 – When thinking about the future of the automotive industry its hard not to focus on autonomous vehicles. Collision Repair has prepared the latest autonomous vehicle news that you need to know!

2019-4-4

Survey highlights importance of ADAS

Toronto, Ontario -- March 22, 2019 -- More than half of Ontario drivers have little or no familiarity with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), according to a recent Ipsos survey commissioned by Speedy Glass.

2019-3-26

Survey Results: What are the biggest obstacles shops face with offering auto glass repairs?

New technology in vehicles is making repairs a lot more complicated, and auto glass is one of them. Many shop owners have expressed concerns about the difficulty of performing these repairs with ADAS systems and sensors.

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