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Anonymous Poster

Nov 30, 2007, 11:12 PM

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We are heading into the winter season when visibility thru the windshield is more important than ever with decreased daylight and the challenges of headlight glare and frozen precipitation. Does your windshield have a repairable star or rock impact at this time? While not a certainty, the odds are that that the extremes of cold air temperatures from nature and the hot temperatures of your windshield hot defroster will result in a replacement due to cracking rather than a possibly free / inexpensive auto glass repair. Many insurance Companies pay 100% of an auto glass repair even when you have a deductible. If the defect results in a replacement of your glass, guess what, no free ride- your own your own paying the full deductible. Do the smart thing before the winter season really sets in – Get that auto glass repair done while the expense is minimal or non-existent!

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Jun 8, 2009, 3:17 AM

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Once a crack in the windshield begins to "grow", there are no reliable methods to stop it or repair it.
Drilling holes and super glue will not stop the crack from spreading; like other answers suggest; it's a waste of time and effort.

The windshield should be covered under the comprehensive section of your insurance policy and for a small deductible, you can have the windshield replaced without affecting your insurance rates.

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(This post was edited by JIM N on Jun 8, 2009, 9:05 PM)

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