New vehicle safety systems, such as autonomous emergency braking, are being switched off by drivers, new research suggests.
The total market value for UK primary vehicle body repairs has fallen by 26.6% to £3.57 billion in 2020.
New technology, which allows drivers to take their hands off the steering wheel, should be avoided by fleets if given the go-ahead by Government.
Company car and van driver training should take account of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and the risks involved in becoming overreliant on the technology.
National Windscreens has expanded its training school network, with the opening of a new training centre in Peterborough.
National Windscreens has been awarded the contract for windscreen repair, replacement and ADAS calibration on the 5,000-vehicle fleet run by Addison Lee Group.
Hyundai will use artificial intelligence (AI) to develop the next generation of advanced safety systems.
Auto Windscreens has again highlighted the importance of correct recalibration of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to ensure driver safety.
More than half of drivers in the UK believe that it is already possible to purchase a car that can drive itself
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