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Driving too close to the car in front of you can increase the risk of windshield chips, dings and cracks. Rocks, debris and other things can be flung from rear tires. The object’s hardness and your speed will determine how much damage the object can cause to your car. Driving at a safe distance can help you avoid repairing or replacing auto glass.
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Auto glass insurance coverage is fairly inexpensive to add to your policy and it pays off when your glass gets damaged. It is estimated that between 13 and 14 million windshields are damaged and need to be replaced each year. The average cost of replacing a windshield is around $350. If you have a specialty car such as a new Corvette with a Heads-Up-Display, the price can jump to $2000. These prices make the small cost of glass coverage seem affordable.