Autoglass has been awarded a two-year extension to its contract with LeasePlan UK.
Thatcham Research has continued its plans to improve road safety through the promotion of properly functioning ADAS on vehicles, with the launch of a new repair course.
Research commissioned by Autoglass finds that Original Equipment Equivalent glass offers the same standard as Original Equipment Manufacturer windscreens.
National Windscreens is continuing to expand its national network with two new purpose-designed workshops in Sheffield and Chelmsford.
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.
Thatcham Research is urging the industry to collaborate to ensure the safe calibration of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
The partnership will position Autoglass as the first point of call for all vehicle glass repair and replacement services to the entire Hertz UK fleet
Auto Windscreens has again highlighted the importance of correct recalibration of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to ensure driver safety.
Autoglass hits back after Volvo recommends fleets use its technicians and windscreens to maintain vehicle safety standards.
By Rupert Armitage, managing director, Auto Windscreens
Autoglass BodyRepair has agreed a new three-year contract with Covéa Insurance to provide mobile repair services.
Car and van hire specialist Days Rental has appointed National Windscreens as sole supplier for its windscreen repair, replacement and ADAS calibration requirements.
Auto Windscreens has reduced its rates for recalibrating the sensors used in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) by 12%.
National Windscreens has taken a role in a new European-wide initiative to create higher standards for calibration of windscreen-mounted cameras used in ADAS.
Thatcham has formed a working group with vehicle manufacturers to urgently address spiralling repair costs associated with collision avoidance.
By Jeremy Rochfort, national sales manager, Autoglass
The growth in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) means fleet managers should review their glass policies. Ben Rooth reports
A hippo tops a list of the weirdest things Autoglass customers said were the cause of windscreen chips and cracks in 2016.
National Windscreens has appointed Alistair Carlton as technical manager to further strengthen the company’s role in meeting the needs of new technologies.
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