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Getting My Car Fixed On the Go

After a beer bottle careened into my car on the freeway, I knew it was going to be a long, frustrating day. In addition to having a packed schedule, I also had a tight budget at the time, which complicated things. I didn't know what I was going to do or how I was going to fix my car. After I arrived at the office and started talking with my coworkers about the issue, they suggested looking into mobile windshield repair. I was skeptical, but I called anyway. It was incredible how quickly a team of experts arrived, diagnosed my windshield's problems, and found a solution. Check out my blog for more information about this helpful service.

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Five Reasons To Have Your Windshield Repaired Quickly

Windshield damage is an inescapable result of driving a car on the nation's highways and byways. A wide variety of objects – from sand, gravel and rocks to lit cigarettes, glass, and nails – are constantly hitting your car's body and windshield as you drive down the road. Often times, these objects bounce off your windshield harmlessly, but at other times, they cause nicks, dents, and cracks. This kind of damage requires prompt attention and maintenance, for a variety of financial reasons as well as simple safety. Read More 

4 Questions To Ask Before Hiring An Auto Glass Repair Or Replacement Service

When you're faced with a chip or crack in your auto glass, of course you want the necessary repair or replacement done as quickly as possible so you can get on with your life. At the same time, you don't want to trust just anybody with your auto glass replacement or repair. Specifically, there are a few questions you'll want to ask any company before you hire them for the job. Read More 

How To Determine If Your Windshield Needs To Be Repaired Or Replaced

Nobody wants to hear the sound of a crack as a rock hits their windshield when they're driving. However, it happens to most people at least once in their driving career. Then the question becomes, "can this be fixed or do I need to replace the whole windshield?" Whatever you do, it isn't a good idea to ignore a chip or a crack, as it can get worse the longer it's left unfixed. Read More 

How Window Tinting Protects Your Baby In The Car

You've probably spent a lot of time getting your home ready for your new baby because you want to make sure your baby comes home to a safe environment. However, you may not give much thought to your car. Of course, you'll want to get the car in safe operating condition and buy a sturdy car seat, but there is something else you can do. Consider applying film to the car windows. Read More 

Repairing A Chipped Windshield

If you notice a small chipped area in your vehicle's windshield, fixing it promptly can save you the headache of a worsening condition. Driving a vehicle with a flawed windshield is dangerous, as the affected area can easily expand in damage due to the weight and pressure of air hitting the glass as you drive. To avoid this risk, going to a reliable auto glass replacement establishment is the best way to ensure your windshield is flaw-free. Read More