National Windscreens has launched a new corporate identity to more accurately reflect the company’s core values. Pete Marsden, commercial director at National Windscreens commented: “The new corporate identity has been designed to reflect the factors that our customers rate most highly in what is often a distress purchase situation – namely being reliable, clear and to the point.”
National Windscreens Unveils New Look
The National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) has elected new officers. Rich Campfield has been elected president, David Casey as vice president and Troy Mason will continue as treasurer and secretary.
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NWRA Elects New Board Leadership
To date there has been no standard for automotive headlight restoration but today the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) released its plan to develop a standard for what has been a “diversified” procedure, according to NWRA board member Kerry Wanstrath of Glass Technology in Durango, Colo.
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NWRA to Develop Headlight Restoration Standard
Cars were battered and leaves were stripped from trees during a hailstorm in Western Australia’s Great Southern yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Wright said she found the windscreen of her car was damaged.
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AUSTRALIA – Hail the Size of Golf Balls Wreaks Damage in South
The Spring 2012 National Auto Glass Specifications International (NAGS) Benchmark Calculator takes effect today. glassBYTEs.com/AGRR magazine has analyzed the top 20 most popular part numbers, as reported by NAGS, and found that the benchmark prices for 12 of the 20 parts have risen since the May 2011 calculator. Likewise, eight of the 20 have seen drops in benchmark since the May 2011 release.
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Spring 2012 NAGS Calculator Shows Mix of Increases and Decreases for Popular Part Benchmark Prices
After wandering off into the stylistic wilderness, Jaguar is back with an eye-catching look, a new-found poise and, if you pony up the dosh, as much vigour as anyone could possibly want.
Road Test: 2012 Jaguar XJ
In its annual cars issue, Consumer Reports has rated a number of vehicles for safety, utilizing scores from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
Consumer Reports Names Top Safe Vehicles for 2012
Motor Coach Industries, Inc is recalling up to 560 MCI J4500 motor coaches with defective bonding on the transom windows.
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Motor Coach Industries Recalls Transom Windows on Select Motor Coaches
According to the March state filings by a number of insurance companies, some residents of Illinois will soon be receiving the unwelcome news that the coverage that they require for their homes and vehicles will soon be rising.
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Illinois Insurance Rates on the Rise
Carglass is one of the most lucrative sectors of the sometimes obscenely lucrative auto service business. Their eyes glaze over when purveyors of pristine panes talk about a new trend in car design: Glass roofs.
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Glass Roofs Make Mechanics’ Eyes Glaze Over