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AAA Reports Highlight Gains in Knowing Vehicle Glass Types

“Approximately 33% of 2018 vehicle models have laminated windows,” according to the National Auto Glass Specification catalog. Meanwhile, most of your customers aren’t aware of what glass their vehicle has, which can be hazardous for them, according to recent data … Continue reading

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Roof Hatch and Mirror Glass Recalls Surface – What You Should Know

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued two new recalls that directly impact the auto glass industry. The auto manufacturers involved are Motor Coach Industries (MCI) and PACCAR Incorporated (PACCAR). PACCAR Thousands of 2020 Peterbilt 520 and 579 vehicles … Continue reading

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NHTSA Drops International Window Safety Standards

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced its plans to forgo its 2012 proposal regarding the harmonization between U.S. vehicle window safety standards with international rules. “NHTSA withdraws its June 21, 2012 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), which proposed … Continue reading

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Nissan Asks that Defective Sunroof Lawsuit be Dismissed

In February, Nissan was hit with a lawsuit claiming that certain 2008-present Nissan and Infiniti models have faulty panoramic glass sunroofs, which can cause them to explode spontaneously. The lawsuit was brought forth by Janelle Horne who claims that she … Continue reading

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Lawsuit Alleges Nissan Knew about Defective Sunroofs

Nissan is under fire following a lawsuit alleging that certain 2008-present Nissan and Infiniti models have defective panoramic glass sunroofs, causing them to explode spontaneously. The lawsuit alleges that these sunroofs are made from defective tempered glass, which fails to … Continue reading

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