Removing difficult things from your auto glass doesn't have to be hard. Many things can unexpectedly land on your auto glass, like tree sap. Perhaps you bought a used vehicle and inherited tons of decals placed on the auto glass. Now, you have to figure out how to get rid of it.
Car care tips for long term parking are very important to be aware of and follow. How do you take care of your car when it is parked for a long time? Your car may be in storage or has been sitting in the garage for a few months now. It’s been a long year. In the US, it looks like there is still some time before life will return to normal again.
Congratulations! If you are reading this, you or a loved one have decided to go ahead and learn how to drive. Today we’re gonna talk about some helpful hints and tricks any new driver should know.
Cleaning your car from top to bottom is an important step of automotive maintenance, especially when it comes to your auto glass. A dirty windshield can seriously hinder your visibility of the road and increase glare during night time. It also only attracts more dirt and grime. Clean car maintenance, inside and out, also keeps your resale value high. Today, we’re going to give you some of our best tips for cleaning your car, from top to bottom, and keeping it that way! Grab your cleaning kit or purchase one and get that vehicle sparkling!
We’ve all been there. We roll our window down to grab something from a drive thru, and suddenly it won’t go back up. What do you do now? Today we talk about 2 different cases of auto glass in need of a repair, the dreaded shattered window and broken automatic windows. Here’s what you can do until you get it to us to fix it for you!
It’s officially the holiday season, and that usually means lots of road trips to visit out of town family and friends and of course, driving to look at holiday decorations and going to holiday gatherings. With all of this traveling, the safety of your children is always of the utmost importance, so today we’re gonna talk about car safety tips for children.
Windshields are your ultimate protection when in a vehicle. Because of this, your windshield wipers are your ultimate defense and protection for your windshield. They’re not the most exciting thing and definitely not the top thing on people’s minds when they think of their vehicles! However, they are vitally important.
Auto glass all over the vehicle, your windshield, your rear windshield, side mirrors, side windows, and rearview mirror all serve as protection for the full vehicle from the elements and is a vital part of your vehicle and safety. Unfortunately, we can all be victims of vandalism or natural disasters. You go out to your car one morning and your rear windshield and back windows have been shattered. Your rearview mirror has mysteriously fallen off and shattered. It’s not only front windshields that experience damage! Buying used auto parts for your vehicle is probably the cheapest way to replace parts, and it is often the same case with used auto glass. However, is it worth it? The short answer: sometimes, especially when replacing side windows and side mirrors. Today we take a deep dive into used auto glass. What are some of the pros and cons of buying auto glass? What is the process to buying used auto glass?
Winter is coming quicker than we realize and a few steps of prevention can protect from the frustration of being stranded in a storm and hundreds or thousands of dollars in repair from them. Don’t get caught unprepared in the middle of a snow storm with a broken down vehicle and follow these steps to winterize your vehicle to make it easier on you.
It’s happened to all of us. A storm hit your town last night, it got really bad, a tree landed on your vehicle, and now you have a cracked windshield. Well, did you know that the most frequent of insurance vehicle claims is glass damage? 80 percent of those are windshield damage versus side or back glass and 13 to 14 million windshields are replaced each year! What can you do? Should you file for insurance to repair or replace? Or should you cost the cost on your own? Let’s talk about auto glass repair and insurance!