A fastener can stop a car from starting, but it can also make a car crash.
That’s why we’ve been working hard to make it safer for drivers and pedestrians.
Today, we’re announcing a new tool for fixing fasteners that is designed to be easy to install and easily remove.
“We’ve seen so many incidents in the past where people have broken their cars’ fasteners,” says Jim Casement, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Waterloo.
“It’s become a problem for drivers.”
In the last few years, Casement has seen a spike in incidents involving fasteners, which can prevent cars from starting or even cause a crash.
“The thing that is most problematic is the possibility of jamming the fasteners to the frame of the car,” he says.
The new tool is designed so that drivers can install the fastener easily.
The plastic tube is placed over the bolt that holds the fastening in place.
The fastener is then fastened to the bottom of the vehicle with two bolts.
The first bolt will snap in the back and prevent the fastenings from jamming.
The second bolt will lock in the fastens to the bolt, preventing the jamming from happening.
The plastic tube can be installed over the fastened bolt to help prevent jambing.
It is designed for use in automotive applications, but Casement says he’s not worried about its safety.
“It’s been shown that it’s actually a pretty good tool for cracking into the bolt and doing the job properly,” he said.
“If you break a fastener or a fastening that’s been installed in a car, you can basically do a lot of damage with that, so it is a very good tool to use.”
The new fastener will be available in March for about $12.50, with options to upgrade to a higher-quality product.