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If You Care About Road Safety, Fix Your Windshield Crack

Knowing that you have to fix your windshield crack can be a constant headache, we get it. Every time you get behind the wheel, that pesky auto glass damage is there. If it’s not within your field of view though, you might be tempted to postpone the repair. However, we strongly advise against doing this, because if you keep delaying a windscreen crack repair long enough, you will inadvertently end up needing a full-scale replacement. That’s because, by its very nature, auto glass damage doesn’t happen, and then that’s it.

Instead, it has the tendency to slowly, yet surely, reach the corners of your windshield. If a wide-enough surface of your windshield is covered up by a crack, its integrity is basically gone. This is crucial, because windshields are designed to not break like regular glass, even in case of an accident. That being said, if it’s not in a pristine state anymore, it can even shatter inwards during a collision, doing way more harm than good.

So How Do I Know What Type of Service I Need?

Each type of solution for your windshield, whether we’re talking about repair or replacement, exists to solve a particular problem. Generally speaking, if a chip isn’t deeper than ⅛ of an inch, or if a crack isn’t larger than 3 inches, then it’s safe to repair. Certified auto glass technicians handle this process by injecting resin into troubled spots, and making sure that the problem isn’t going to resurface.

Of course, when choosing the company you’re going to work with in this regard, you should always make sure that honesty & integrity are part of their core values. Otherwise, you may find that damage that was guaranteed to be repaired will start to gradually crawl its way back. As far as we’re concerned, we take fixing a windshield crack very seriously. In fact, we only advise this course of action if we’re completely sure that a windshield replacement isn’t needed.

Can I Continue Driving Without a Windscreen Crack Repair?

Well, you certainly can, there’s no two ways about it. However, you definitely shouldn’t. Not only are you endangering yourself, your passengers, and the people around you, but you can even net yourself a hefty fine. This law is in place specifically to alert you about the dangers you’re exposing yourself to by simply not getting a windshield crack fix. And besides, even without the considered safety risks, you’d still be annoyed by air leaks, water leaks, and even certain winged pests could make their way through the cracks.

Now, if you don’t have a comprehensive insurance plan, you could try going for a DIY repair, but if you’re not confident with using a drill on your windshield, this could end up actually destroying the glass. As such, our suggestion is to contact your auto glass repair & replacement shop of choice, and have them handle it.

Want To Work With Us?

At ProLite Auto Glass, we’re committed to making sure that we fix all of your car glass issues with efficiency & haste. That’s why our entire service range is mobile, free of charge, and the procedure itself is for $0 Out-of-Pocket as long as you have full scale insurance. However, the insurer themselves can be anyone, as we’re a preferred installer of almost everyone! Moreover, we even offer a lifetime warranty for replacements, as that’s how sure we are of the capabilities of technicians. If you’d like further details about how we’ll fix your windshield crack, give us a call at (480) 525-6554.

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  • Zachary Tomlinson

    My boss woke up this morning only to find out that his sedan has this huge crack on its windshield. What you said about how this is already subject to an auto glass replacement is a surprise to me. I should go and recommend this to him because it could become a safety risk if left as is.

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