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If you’re driving a vehicle that has windshield damage, you likely have questions about whether it’s safe to operate. Click to learn what you need to know about driving with broken auto glass.
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A cracked, shattered, or missing side mirror may not seem like a big deal, but that assumption can put your safety at risk. At Centennial Glass, we always stress the importance of having fully intact auto glass, regardless of whether it’s a windshield, a rear window, passenger windows, or side mirrors. If you’ve got a broken side mirror, here are 3 important reasons you need to seek out immediate auto glass replacement.
Would you believe it if we told you damaged auto glass generates more insurance claims than any other vehicle component? It’s true — according to Insurance Journal, each year, over 7.5 million vehicle owners file insurance claims for damaged vehicle windows! If you elected auto glass coverage as part of your insurance plan, you’ve made a smart decision, but what happens if you use it? Does filing an auto glass claim negatively affect your insurance? Will your insurance company cover the full cost of repairs or replacement? Our team at Centennial Glass delves into the details below.
If you’re dealing with auto glass damage, you’ve probably turned to the good ol' Internet in search of advice. After all, you’re reading this, right? Unfortunately, though, there’s a solid chance you’ve run across plenty of information that might be more harmful than helpful in your search for auto glass repair answers.
Having an auto glass replacement is kind of a big deal, so if you’ve recently replaced your vehicle’s windshield or windows, you want the installation to last, right? Unfortunately, far too many unscrupulous auto glass shops perform imprecise work using low-quality products, which results in a substandard, potentially hazardous auto glass installation. If your vehicle has recently undergone auto glass replacement, our Centennial Glass team urges you to watch for the following common issues:
A qualified, trustworthy mobile auto glass repair company will use only the highest quality repair materials and OEM replacement glass to ensure the integrity and safety of your vehicle. Our Centennial team works hard to ensure the quality and longevity of your repair by using only industry-best adhesives and high-grade auto glass made specifically for your vehicle.
If your vehicle has incurred auto glass damage, finding a trustworthy, professional shop to perform the necessary repairs can be a challenge. Finding the time to bring your vehicle into the shop can also present an obstacle. At Centennial Glass, we aim to offer our customers unmatched quality of service and convenience, so we provide both mobile and in-shop repairs. Curious about which service is most appropriate for your particular situation? Below, we discuss the differences between the two service options, so you can make the call.
Winter is perhaps the toughest time of year for your windshield. Wildly fluctuating temperatures, road debris, poor driving conditions, and heavy precipitation can all take a toll on the health of your auto glass. At Centennial Glass, we know just how damaging our Minnesota winters can be, but we also know that with the proper care, your windshield can withstand the season. To help you avoid an auto glass repair or replacement, we’ve put together a few tips on how to maintain your windshield during winter.
Auto glass repair shops are a dime a dozen, but that doesn’t mean you should choose the first one you find. When it comes to repairing or replacing your auto glass, you need to be confident in a company’s ability to perform the job properly. Unsafe or incomplete repairs put your safety at risk because compromised auto glass affects the structural integrity of your vehicle. Here to discuss what you need to look for in a qualified auto glass repair company are the experts at Centennial Glass.
Driving on a rural, gravel road is a sure way to get scratches and dents on your car. And while you may not care about being perfectly "show ready," you probably want to protect your car's glass at the very least.
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