Spring is finally here! One of the best parts about spring, other than the warm weather and blooming flowers, is the chance to get away from the daily grind and let loose with your family. The world is finally reopening, amidst a pandemic, and we are itching to get out on the road and explore unknown places. It’s never too late to plan a spring road trip for your family. Here are a few tips to make the trip your best trip ever.
Have you ever thought about car window tinting? Not only does it provide privacy to those inside of the vehicle, but the other benefits to it are great. Learn more about the benefits of a car window tint, the laws behind window tinting, and the different types of window tint out there.
Fixing your windshield can’t wait. We all see other drivers going down the road with a damaged windshield. Unfortunately, those folks are in for a world of hurt because procrastination is your worst enemy when it comes to repairing your windshield. The damage may seem like a small matter, but it can very easily escalate into something bigger and more serious. Here are several reasons why you shouldn’t wait to get your windshield repaired.
We know you love your classic or antique car. We love them, too! But what about your antique auto glass? You put in a lot of work and money into your car. Your windows can add or detract from the vehicle’s appeal and value. Not only that, but a damaged windshield puts you and your passengers at danger. After you’ve invested time and money into your vehicle, you want it to look and perform flawlessly. So, what should you do for your antique auto glass? What other kind of maintenance and parts will you need? We examine this topic today.
Congratulations on your new vehicle purchase! Spring really is the best time of the year to have a sunroof. But did you know that your sunroof could actually explode? It’s not common, but it doesn’t mean it cannot happen. So, what is an exploding sunroof? How and why does it happen? We dig into this terrifying sounding ordeal so you can be prepared in case it happens to you.
Winter is finally here in full force, so we thought it is the best time to give you some winter tips for your automobile. Driving in inclement winter weather can cause fatal accidents. Read these tips and implement them so you can stay as safe as possible this winter.
Congratulations on your new windshield! After windshield replacement care is vital to the life of your new windshield. Nobody likes having to get a new windshield. It can often be a bummer, but it's always nice to look at your new, fresh auto glass after it’s been replaced. Of course, you want to keep your new investment looking sharp and working at its peak performance. Well, look no further, we’re going to dig into that topic today. Here are some steps you should take after your windshield has been replaced.
Protecting your car from hail is an important step in auto maintenance. It’s almost springtime, which means it is time for storms for most of us in the United States. One small, five minute storm can lead to thousands of dollars in repair work. As a matter of fact, hail related insured losses between 2000 and 2019 averaged between $8 billion and $14 billion a year. So what is hail damage, and how can you protect your car from it?
How is auto glass made? We know auto glass is a very important feature of a vehicle. It blocks wind and debris from entering the vehicle. The aerodynamic design of windshields help the automobile most faster and easier. Glass is used in various places in an automobile, as well, such as windshields, side and rear windows. We want to know more about how auto glass is made, so we investigated it.
The history of auto glass is actually a very interesting one. Auto glass protects us against the elements, harmful UV rays, and bugs and rocks or other things on the road from flying in your face. The windshields that offer us so much protection today have come a long way since they first started.