Did you know 25% of all car crashes in the US involve the use of a cell phone? Distracted driving happens every day in the United States causing 1.6 million car accidents each year. Texting while driving has become a serious issue across the United States and it’s time to understand just how dangerous it is and the consequences of reckless driving.
Have you ever been in a situation where you came across a small chip or crack in your windshield but don’t want to spend the money to get it repaired?
Window tinting has been around since the 1960’s and it has turned the auto glass world upside down since then. So many things have changed over the last few decades and it started out as one simple process. Window tint film started as “dye based” which quickly became a big problem for car owners. Since the film was dye based, there was no good control of the heat within the car’s interior which caused the car’s temperature to rise fast and cause the film to create small bubbles on the window tint. Today, the process is better than ever, and those bubbles are rare.
Have you been driving around with a cracked windshield during Covid-19? Are you wondering if it’s necessary to get it fixed? The answer is yes. There are plenty of reasons to hold off on a cracked windshield but what if there were steps you could take to stay safe? Contact-free interaction is the new normal and it’s important to know that you can still get these things done and feel safe while driving your vehicle.
Have you ever experienced a break-in or vandalism to your vehicle? Did you begin to panic and ask yourself what you should do? Vandalism and vehicle break-ins happen every single day and it’s an unfortunate reality we live in. Thousands of cars each day see damage because of something valuable that may have been left behind or maybe your car was in the wrong place at the wrong time. When vandalism or a vehicle break-in occurs, Auto Glass Doc wants you to know what to do when you’re put in a situation like this.
Have you ever been in a situation where you were unsure what to do? This week Auto Glass Doc isn’t just focusing on auto glass repair. Instead, we want to address a very important issue that happens so many times each year, and in some cases can be deadly. It is a devastating topic, but we want to assure our customers that there are actions you can take when a situation like seeing a child or animal locked in a hot car occurs. This is something that is seen plastered all over local news and social media every summer and it is time to know what to do in a hot car emergency.
Want to know a few secrets for taking care of your auto glass once it is replaced? These essential do’s and don’ts will save you the trouble of having to bring your vehicle back into the shop and also provide you with simple maintenance and care that will prolong the life of the glass.
Summer is finally here, and boy is it a hot one! Something many people don’t typically think about is how the summer heat, weather, and activities around you can affect your auto glass this season. As much as we love a warm summer breeze and beautiful sunny skies, is it worth the auto glass damage and costs to repair those damages?
The windshield is an important part when it comes to driving. Not many people take a step back and think about the amount of impact the windshield takes on when you’re driving on a daily basis. Between small and large damage to your windshield, did you know there are over 14 different types of chips and cracks that can occur while driving?
2020 has had a seemingly rocky start and you may be thinking that the world seems like it’s crashing down during these uncertain times. But, like every business, the show must go on, one way or another. With the Covid-19 Pandemic and protests that have taken over, it’s important to remember that unexpected events can occur especially chips, cracks, and shattered windshields in extreme cases.