Lenses for windshield protection cameras have come under fire recently due to a number of reports of people getting seriously injured in crashes.
The problem is that some of these lenses have a tendency to block the view of the windshield.
According to an article published by the Australian National University, there are some lenses that don’t even block the sun from the windshield, but instead can cause the car to be “bumpy.”
The article, which is a bit of a work in progress, says that while some windshields are covered with plastic, others are coated with “glass or metal, or even a mixture of them.”
That means a lens that is covered with a layer of glass can be a huge factor in preventing your car from being viewed by the sun, and in some cases, the car may be completely destroyed.
This is not a new problem.
Back in 2007, a woman in South Korea was killed in a crash when her car rolled off a bridge in a parking lot and hit a tree.
In the crash, the driver of the car reportedly was able to escape by jumping from the car and walking to safety.
In addition to these recent reports, there has also been a spate of reports in recent years of people losing their lives in accidents involving windshields.
One such case is that of an accident in which a person’s car was involved in an accident with a tractor-trailer.
The woman, who has been identified as the mother of three children, was driving her car on the highway in the city of Hanoi, when she hit a tractor trailer.
The trailer was stopped in front of the truck, which then turned onto the road and struck the woman’s car.
According to reports, the woman was able escape from the crash by jumping out of the window of her car, but her children were not able to.
There are also reports of women getting crushed in windshields by the sheer force of the force of a collision.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported in 2015 that the average number of fatal accidents involving a driver getting hit with a windshield was one every 17 minutes, while one every 21 minutes resulted in the death of the driver.
Lenses that block the sunlight are a common issue.
A number of drivers have reported seeing their cars being covered in lens debris and other “glass” that prevents them from seeing through the windshields of their vehicles.
These lenses can also block sunlight from hitting the windshield in certain situations.
Another common issue that has come to light is the possibility of lenses that are covered in glass and have a “hard plastic” coating that blocks sunlight from reaching the car’s windows.
A number the lens manufacturer claims to have fixed has caused some windshield glass to break off in several cars.
If you are looking for a new lens for your windshield, it may be worth checking out the manufacturer’s website.