ProLite Auto Glass Blog

DIY: Essentials for Your Windshield Chip Repair Kit

June 5, 2020

Windshield damage can unfortunately happen way easier than you might expect. If you’re in such a scenario, a mobile windshield chip repair is what we recommend, but you can buy a windshield chip repair kit and attempt the procedure yourself too.

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7 Tips To Keep in Mind When Buying a Used Car

May 15, 2020

As useful as automobiles are, they aren’t really the cheapest of acquisitions, and if you add in regular refills of gas, those bills will quickly stack up. In order to avoid having to borrow money for a car though, or create a sizable debt to your bank, you can always consider buying a used car though.

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How a Windshield Rock Chip Repair is Handled

May 8, 2020

Hearing that loud popping noise coming from your windshield when you’re driving down the highway can be a thoroughly alarming experience. You know that something has just hit the glass, but it’s really hard to tell in that split second how extensive the damage actually is. Once you manage to stop the car and inspect the area though, there are a few indications of what you’re dealing with. These are also tell signs if you need windshield rock chip repair, or a full-scale windshield replacement.

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5 RV Maintenance and Repair Tips To Keep in Mind

April 30, 2020

Owning an RV is a feeling of its own. If you do own an RV, you most likely enjoy travelling, but also have a fine appreciation for comfort on your own terms. Besides, all things considered, you can get away cheaper than going to a hotel as well! However, in order to assure that your motorhome is always going to stay in top shape, you should take into account certain RV maintenance and repair aspects.

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How To File For Windshield Replacement Insurance

April 24, 2020

When pebbles or other flying debris impacts your auto glass at high speeds on the highway, it’s likely to get chipped or cracked. These require professional auto glass services in order to be solved safely. Luckily, comprehensive/full coverage auto glass insurance covers all types of no fault claims, for $0 deductible. Here's what you need to know.

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Why a Truck Windshield Repair Should Be Your Priority

April 16, 2020

Being a truck driver is more than just a profession, it’s a whole way of life. That’s precisely why at ProLite, we advocate for being extra cautious when on the road. For example, without a proper truck windshield repair, auto glass damage begins to “spider-web” to the corners of the piece of glass, weakening its entire structural integrity.

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If You Care About Road Safety, Fix Your Windshield Crack

April 10, 2020

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.

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How to Clean a Windshield with Ease & Efficacy

April 1, 2020

As with most worthwhile things in life, windshields also require some maintenance in order to be kept in top shape, and assure optimal driving conditions. For example, their outer and inner parts are going to accumulate quite a bit of dirt and grime in time, seriously hindering your visibility of the road.

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Windshield Repair vs Replacement: What’s Better

March 25, 2020

If your vehicle’s windshield gets chipped or cracked, choosing a solution between windshield repair vs replacement is definitely going to be a question that pops ups. Let’s get right into the specifics of these two procedures, and even how to identify the best deal on windshield replacement.

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6 Child Car Safety Tips You Should Definitely Know

March 19, 2020

The best car seat safety instruction we can give you right off the bat is to never strap in your child with an adult seat belt. That’s because they simply aren’t designed to go around their bodies properly, and in the case of an accident, it can actually injure them. With that out of the way, here are 6 more child car safety tips, to keep your little ones as comfy as secure as possible.

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