Top Three Tips to Make Your Auto Glass Last Longer

U.S. car owners hold on to their vehicles for 8.4 years on average before they trade them in for a newer model. Parts eventually break down, whether it’s the auto glass or the carburetor. Owning a car means more than just filling it up with gas. It takes maintenance and attention to detail to make…

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What to do When Your Car Window is Broken

Modern vehicles have layered windowshields, but the idea originated back in the 1930s. The car windows are designed in a way that prevents the glass from scattering into million pieces when broke. It is held together by a plastic merger in the middle, keeping both of the glass sides in one piece. By applying this,…

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Difference Between Rear Auto Glass Repair and Windshields

Ever since the first appearance of windshields on the market in 1904, many more innovations have started following up. One such innovation was the rear glass which was invented after the windshield. At the beginning of modern vehicle designs, both the back and front windshields were made from the same glass. Today, their material differs,…

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Types of Windshield Cracks and How to Fix Them

There are many ways auto glass can crack, and most drivers have experienced a similar issue. Many states require insurance companies to provide free windshield repair coverage. In Indiana, insurers are not required to provide no-cost glass replacement coverage, although some offer free windshield repair coverage. There are several reasons windshields crack and different ways…

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Why Your Windshield Is Fogging Up in the Summer

Studies show that fog undoubtedly increases traffic accidents. However, fog is not the only thing that can obstruct your view. Many drivers have witnessed sudden windshield condensation, especially in the middle of winter and summer. And, driving with a foggy windshield is as dangerous as fog itself. Continue reading to discover the reasons behind foggy…

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Cracked Windshield: Repair or Replacement?

Many things can cause windshield cracks, from road pebbles sent flying by other vehicles’ tires and sudden changes in temperature to low-quality auto glass and improper windshield installation. You can easily get a crack in your windshield, so you need to know what you can do about it. Is auto glass repair possible, or do…

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Cracked Mobile Windshield: Car Wash Issues

When driving, visibility is a primary safety concern. For instance, in Indianapolis and the entire state of Indiana, a ticketing officer can fine you up to $169 for a crack or chip in your windshield. That is if they determine that these can endanger safe driving, especially if the crack or chip is in the…


Smart Glass: The Pros and Cons

More automotive glass manufacturers have started to turn their attention toward future technologies. One of them is the development and implementation of smart glass. As the automotive glass industry observed a steady growth in recent years, largely thanks to the booming production sector, manufacturers have branched out towards innovations that pose benefits such as convenience to…