Although safe driving is essential year-round, operating your vehicle on the roadways during springtime can be entirely different from driving during the summer or winter. In this article, we discuss five spring safety driving tips to help you keep yourself, your passengers, and your car safe. Click through to find out more.
Your rear windshield is just as important as your front windshield. Not only do these units protect your car from outside elements, but they also serve as wind-guards and a safety feature. Therefore, they must be clear of cracks and any visible damages. Click through to read more.
Having broken car glass is always a stressful situation. Sometimes, depending on a number of factors, you may have to wait before you can get a repair service. In this article, we will discuss what you can do in the meantime when you have a broken car window. Click through to read more.
During the summer, the temperature inside a car is typically much higher than the temperature outside. For this reason, you should keep your car’s interior cool in the summer. This article covers some tips on keeping your car cool this summer. Click through to read more on this topic.
Car windows can shatter for no apparent reason or due to thermal contraction/expansion stresses, manufacturing defects, or damage caused by “object hits.” However, spontaneous shattering of a car window can be unnerving, especially if it happens while you are driving. In fact, a shattering vehicle window can make a “pop” sound similar to a gunshot in some cases. This article covers what you need to know about this topic. Click through to find out more.