Some drivers check auto glass repair videos out, buy a DIY repair kit, and end up doing more damage to their glass. Repairing auto glass takes skills to do it properly and without compromising safety. In this article, we discuss some common issues that we see when it comes to auto glass repair.
The molding of your windshield is responsible for keeping water, air and other debris from sneaking into your vehicle. When you notice water inside your car after a rainstorm, you might be dealing with a leaking windshield. In this article, we will discuss the steps you need to take when you have a leaky windshield. Click through to find out more.
If you spend a lot of time on the road, RV windshield damage is bound to occur. Rock chips, cracks, and deep scratches are problems that start small. However, near-constant exposure to natural elements will definitely cause them to spread. This article discusses the best way to maintain your RV windshield.
Windshield damage while driving is not rare and can come in many forms. However, it is vital to know how to address it as windshield damage can quickly worsen if given the chance. This article discusses what you should do if you experience windshield damage while you are driving on the road.
Windshield damage is responsible for millions of insurance claims every year. While some situations are out of the driver’s control, much can be done to prevent chips and cracks on our car’s glass. In this article, we discuss some of the most effective ways to avoid windshield damage while driving.