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Want to avoid a trip to the auto glass repair shop? Then you must pay attention to how you treat your windshield and vehicle windows! Yes, cleaning those windows periodically is important, but there are other critical things you must do to keep your auto glass in great shape.
Never had a windshield replacement before? If you’re getting ready to make an appointment for a new windshield at your local auto glass repair shop, you’ve probably got a few questions. How much will it cost you? Will your insurance cover the job? How long does the appointment take? Do you have to wait to drive your vehicle after the new windshield is in place?
If you own a late-model vehicle that isn’t a bare-bones basic edition, there’s a good chance your ride came equipped with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, also known as ADAS. These features, which are designed to keep you safe on the road, rely on a variety of sensors to function according to their design.
If you’re getting a windshield replacement soon, understanding proper post-replacement auto glass care is imperative. What you do (or don’t do) during the 24-48 hours after you get a new windshield will dictate how well the new glass adheres to your vehicle and how long it lasts.
So you’re dealing with some windshield damage? If the crack or chip is minor, you may be able to get away with windshield repair rather than a complete windshield replacement. But the location, shape, and size of the damage will determine whether repairs are possible.
When a vehicle needs a windshield replacement, how do auto glass repair technicians go about removing the existing glass? And how do they get the new windshield to stay in place? It all comes down to using the right tools.
There’s no convenient time for auto glass damage to occur, and for many drivers, finding the time to tend to repairs can be challenging. At Centennial Auto Glass, we understand you’re busy, and oftentimes, making space in your schedule for auto glass repair or replacement simply isn’t feasible.
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.
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