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Forget about Porch Pirates; Look out for Windshield Barnacles

Municipal governments, businesses, colleges, and parking lot owners across the county began employing a new tool to target parking scofflaws, the Barnacle. A high-tech version of the crustacean that covers a ship’s hull, the Barnacle attaches to the windshield of … Continue reading

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Why Choosing the Right Auto Glass Repair Shop Matters

The business of auto glass repair is multifold. A peculiar blend of craftsmanship and technical skill, this industry thrives on expertise, precision, quality and, most importantly, trust. This is why choosing the right auto glass repair shop matters. Read more … Continue reading

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The Auto Workers Strike Will Drive up Car Prices, but Not Right Away — Unless Consumers Panic

Car shoppers are heading for a new round of sticker shock if the strike by the United Auto Workers doesn’t end soon, particularly for popular vehicles that are already in short supply. Read more at the AP News.

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Driving You Crazy: Are Trucks with ‘Not Responsible for Broken Windshield’ Signs Legally Protected?

Denver7 Traffic Expert Jayson Luber answers a reader’s question about the signs on the back of some work trucks. “A lot of vehicles, mostly large trucks and service vehicles, have stickers on them that say something to the effect of … Continue reading

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How Your Windshield Contributes to Ensuring Your Safety on the Road

The modern vehicle windshield serves as more than just a transparent glass panel. It plays a critical role in both the structural integrity of the vehicle and the safety of its occupants while on the road. Read more at Cape … Continue reading

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