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If you have a crack or chip in your windshield, you will want to get it repaired quickly. This can preserve the integrity of the windshield and prevent further damage. However, upon seeing the repair, you may be a bit concerned. Most of the time, you can still see the crack, chip or star where the windshield was damaged. This may leave you wondering why you needed a repair when the damage is still visible. Here are a few frequently asked questions you may have about this topic.
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Imagine this -- you are driving down the road when suddenly a large rock comes crashing into your windshield. If this occurs, your windshield may shatter. If this has never happened to you before, you may wonder what you need to do next. Here are the steps you should follow if your windshield was shattered by a rock while you were driving.
No one wants a rock to hit their windshield. Unfortunately, it is something that is fairly common. Rocks may fly out of trucks carrying gravel or rocks, debris on a roadway may be kicked up while cars drive over it, or a rock may be kicked up from a dirt roadway as you drive along it. Regardless of why or how it happened, you need to know what to do if a rock hits your windshield and leaves a chip behind. Here are the steps you should follow if you find yourself in this situation.
Envision this. You are driving down the road when a large rock smashes right into your windshield. When this occurs, you will likely need to have your windshield replaced. However, as you look to get it done, you may notice some repair shops state that they will waive your insurance deductible if you use them. This may leave you wondering what this means and if it is beneficial to you. Here is some information you need to know.