Jaguar is working on windows that activate with just the touch of your hand (because we're all going to be a lot lazier in the future).
Cold weather continues to drape itself over much of the nation, and for those of us without a warm garage to park in, that can mean foggy windows during the morning commute. One rather fuel inefficient way to solve this dilemma is to start the car, crank the heat and go back into your warm home. However, this video purports to offer another solution that uses common household materials.
Breaking into a car is generally a bad idea. That said, it could potentially be necessary to gain access to your own vehicle in an emergency, and it's actually much harder than you might think since most modern cars use tempered glass, which is much harder to crack. Still, it is possible... if you know the tricks.
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