Posted on 10/11/2021 4:31 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
If you’re like most vehicle owners, you don’t worry about your auto glass very often. And if you’re like some vehicle owners, you don’t even worry about your windshield when you can clearly see glaring cracks or chips. But ignoring damaged auto glass could seriously endanger your and your passengers’ safety. To protect yourself and anyone who rides in your vehicle, if head to an auto glass repair shop if you ever notice any of the issues below.
Posted on 1/4/2021 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Iff you notice you have a chip in your windshield, you probably already know what to do: take your vehicle to an auto glass repair shop for a quick windshield repair. But what happens when you discover a chip in your driver’s side window? Is it possible to fix the damage, or will you need a complete window replacement?
Posted on 11/16/2020 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
DIY auto glass repair products are widely available, but that doesn’t mean they’re a good option for auto glass repair. Click to learn what you need to know about the risks of DIY auto glass repair.
Posted on 11/9/2020 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
No matter where you drive, there are rocks on the road, and all it takes to find yourself with a damaged windshield is one errant pebble. While most small rocks cause only minor windshield damage, when ignored, that damage can put you and your passengers’ safety at risk.
Posted on 7/2/2018 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Have you ever approached your vehicle only to discover a cracked or broken side mirror? If so, then you know how frustrating it can be to observe. You might be tempted to drive without your mirror, but doing so can carry hefty fines in the event of a routine traffic stop. Not only can broken auto glass impact your wallet, but it can create a safety risk to you and other drivers around you.
Posted on 3/19/2018 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Driving around town for months with cracks and chips in your windshield may not seem like a big deal. But trust us when we tell you, it is. In fact, it’s downright dangerous and possibly illegal (depending on the condition of the glass) for you to be operating a vehicle with a damaged windshield or side window. Now is the time for a complete windshield replacement from Only 1 Auto Glass. We can restore your glass and make it safe for you to drive on the road.
Posted on 1/15/2018 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
It seems that the obvious answer to this question would be a resounding no. For many drivers, however, it still looks tempting to get inside a car with shattered glass if only to bring it to our auto glass repair center. There are several reasons why you should never operate a vehicle, however, with broken glass in Minnesota. We cover a few reasons below.
Posted on 11/20/2017 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
If you’re driving down the road and bright light from the sun or a vehicle blinds you, it could be due to pitting in your windshield. Pits can cause the light to shine in your eyes for a few seconds. The bright flashes can distract you and cause to run off the road or have a collide with another driver. If you carefully look at the glass on your front window, you may discover that there are glares, specks, or tiny dents. These are all symptoms of windshield pitting.
Posted on 8/7/2017 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Just like any other type of glass, a windshield can develop scratches in it. Animals may have been walking across your car, a rock may have slid across the windshield or branches from a low lying tree may have rubbed across the windshield. Scratches may seem like a minor flaw until you begin to drive and realize that they may be impeding your sight line while driving. Fortunately, many scratches in glass can be corrected. Here is some information you will need to know about scratches and your windshield.
Posted on 6/26/2017 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Rocks and other foreign debris can cause damage to your windshield. The impact of something that hits your windshield can leave behind chips, cracks or can even shatter your windshield. If your windshield has been damaged, you may be curious as to how a windshield is repaired. Here are the three common methods used for windshield glass repair.
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