Is Your Windshield Ready For A Long Road Trip?

19 September 2022
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America is a huge country, and many people enjoy going on long road trips to see family, friends, or just different, beautiful parts of this great part of the world. However, before you do go on a big road trip, it is important that your vehicle is ready for the rough terrain and long distances you are going to put it through. Perhaps one of the most important aspects of your car's safety that many people overlook is the windshield itself. Read More 

Repair Or Replace Your Damaged Windshield ASAP

8 July 2021
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Getting your windshield replaced as soon as possible is important. You don't want anything to obstruct your view while driving. Nor do you want to have anything that could affect the safety of you or anyone else in your car. Getting your windshield fixed is quick and easy, and you should have several options when it comes to getting a windshield replacement. Before you do anything, contact your car insurance agency. Read More 

Top Reasons You’ll Prefer Windshield Repair Over A Windshield Replacement If You’re A Busy Person

17 February 2021
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If you are a busy person, you might be having trouble slowing down to have your windshield repaired or replaced. However, if there are cracks or chips in your windshield, you should prioritize the issue and handle it as soon as possible. The first thing that you should do is ask a professional whether or not your windshield can be repaired instead of being replaced. Although you should address the issue either way, you might find windshield repair to be preferable — if it is an option — for the following reasons and more. Read More 

What To Do When Your Auto Glass Is Shattered

23 April 2020
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Waking up to find your car window or windshield has shattered can be a devastating shock. Even if you have comprehensive insurance, the disruption to your day can ruin your mood. Here are four steps you can take to handle the situation: 1. Cover any open spaces. Broken auto glass leaves your car vulnerable. You can minimize the damage that occurs by covering up any open spaces created when your glass was damaged. Read More