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windscreen

Brit, Austral., NZ, and South African the sheet of flat or curved glass that forms a window of a motor vehicle, esp the front window
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Auto Windscreens is owned by Trifords Limited, part of the Markerstudy Group of Companies.
A WINDSCREEN fitter has become the star of his company's new advertising campaign.
Adam Cracknell, spokesperson for RAC Auto Windscreens, said: "The cost of motoring is steadily growing, so it's understandable road users are trying to save where possible.
Jason Jones, the firm's brand and marketing manager, said: "Low-level sunlight which is common in early summer can seriously affect visibility - especially if the windscreen is covered with dirt and grime.
The group, which put Auto Windscreens up for sale following the Spectus deal, also plans to buy back up ten per cent of its own shares, up 17p yesterday to 245p.
For details about Auto Windscreens ring 0800 999 8000 or see www.
Abu Shafi, Director of RAC Corporate Partnerships commented: "I am delighted that CIS has nominated RAC Auto Windscreens as its preferred glass supplier RAC has made significant investment in its glass business to ensure that we can meet the needs or our customers.
For almost fifty years the company has also been a leading supplier of high impact-resistant windscreens for the rail industry.
Mark Foster, Operations Director at Auto Windscreens, said: "We wanted to create a site where we could give real insight into what it's like to work for Auto Windscreens and highlight the impressive benefits we have to offer.
POTHOLE-ravaged roads have contributed to a 30% jump in windscreen damage, says AA Glass, the motoring organisation's mobile windscreen fitting and glass repair service.
In another breakage, a stack of shelves smashed into a back windscreen, shattering it, after a driver tried to pack too much into his vehicle.
A 57-year-old woman suffered fractures to her face and ribs as well as internal injuries when a block burst through the windscreen, coming to a rest in the passenger footwell.