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This helps to avoid the fluid freezing in the washer nozzles and on the windscreen - particularly dangerous when you're driving.
Anna Barker, prosecuting, said: "The officer saw a car that was considerably iced up and he couldn't see through the windscreen to the driver.
Gavin Wesson, senior vice president, GKN Aerospace, Special Products Group, commented: Our transparencies team worked closely with Dornier as they constructed the technical requirements for the windscreen and will now develop and commence delivery of the production windscreen over the coming months.
Placing a sat nav right in the centre of the windscreen will block most of your nearside view, and will mean you miss all the hazards that might be there.
It has urged motorists to take care with car windscreens and windows over winter, by warming them slowly, replacing old wipers and regularly topping up screen wash.
The new system, that creates a force-field around the windscreen repels water, insects and mud, and might cost only about Rs.
The details on the registration plate can also, naturally, be repeated on the windscreen sticker to tie the two together, with other owner information as required by the issuing authority.
The wiper blade glides over the windscreen without a sign of a water jet - the occupants can't see anything yet the windscreen is still cleaned.
Whatever it was didn't come all the way through, but there was a hole about the size of a ten-pence piece and the windscreen cracked in all directions.
AN astonishing one-in-three motorists admits to driving in wintry conditions without being able to see out of their windscreen properly according to research by Continental Tyres.
A TERRIFIED woman weaved in and out of traffic at high speed in a bid to dislodge a snake slithering across her windscreen.
If the system detects that the car is about to hit a pedestrian, it automatically raises the rear of the bonnet (hood), and releases a giant airbag in front of the windscreen.