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Answers For 2 Common Car Window Tint Questions

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Having your car windows tinted can help reduce the sun’s glare, heat and fading caused by UV rays in your car’s interior. This article will look at common concerns you may be having about your car window tint to help you take better care of it and hopefully prolong its lifespan.  What is the proper way to clean car window tint? Just because your car windows are tinted doesn’t mean you should stop cleaning them. Read More»

3 Changes To Make Before Selling A Car

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After you make the decision to sell your car, you want to do everything possible to get the right price for it. Although it might seem counterintuitive to put more money into your car when you’re trying to sell it, making certain repairs can actually increase the price tag for your car. Before selling your car, here are some repairs you should consider making.  Windshield Your car’s windshield is most likely the first item that a potential buyer notices. Read More»

How To Care For Your Cracked Windshield Until You Can Get It Repaired

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The last thing you want to hear when driving down the road is the audible ‘ting’ of a rock or other debris hitting your windshield. The tiny spider web crack can (and often does) turn into a long crack that can obscure your vision and make your windshield susceptible to shattering at the slightest pressure. If you can’t get your windshield repaired or replaced by a reliable auto glass replacement specialist right away, you need to take care of your auto glass until you can. Read More»

Why You Shouldn't Drive Around With A Cracked Windshield

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All sorts of things can cause a crack in your windshield. Temperature changes, flying debris while you’re driving and more can all cause a crack to appear on your windshield, and if the crack isn’t too serious, it might be tempting to keep driving around with your car as-is rather than hiring an auto glass repair or replacement company. However, it really is best to have your windshield repaired as soon as possible after a crack appears. Read More»

Auto Glass Repair 101 : A Guide For New Customers

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A crack, shatter, or chip can be one of the biggest nuisances you can face as a driver, getting in the way of your clear line of vision as you drive. Getting the windshield repaired is not just a good thing, but will help you stay safer on the roadways. If you have been dealing with a damaged windshield and have made plans to have it repaired, it is likely that you have some questions about the whole ordeal. Read More»

3 Simple Ways To Prevent Your Windshield's Crack From Spreading

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A clean and blemish free windshield plays an important role in driver safety. If your windshield has a small crack, you could have a big problem on your hands. Since smaller cracks often spread and become vision-obstructing monstrosities, it’s important that you replace your windshield as soon as possible after it cracks to preserve the integrity of your car. Here are three simple things you can do to help prevent a small crack from growing larger while you wait for your windshield replacement appointment. Read More»

Windshield Repair: Frequently Asked Questions Answered

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Thanks to the durability of high quality auto glass, most drivers will have little or no experience with the task of repairing their vehicle’s windshield. While the low frequency of these repairs is certainly a good thing, it can also leave you with a long list of questions when the time does come to have these repairs completed. Thankfully, below you can find the answers to many of the most frequently asked questions regarding windshield repairs. Read More»