We hope that you never have to think about shattering the windshield or side windows in your vehicle. Auto accidents do happen. When you find yourself in an emergency and need to escape your car, you’ll need to know how to break the glass. Below are some suggestions for how to break the glass in case of an emergency without bringing harm to yourself or others in the car. If you have any questions or would like some more tips, contact Only 1 Auto Glass. We care about your safety.
Small particles of dirt and rock can pit or crack a windshield, reducing visibility and reducing the effectiveness of windshield wipers. Although the glass may appear transparent enough to drive safely, badly pitted windshields are a safety hazard. If sunlight hits the windshield at a skewed angle, it can cause the windshield to wash out and reduce visibility to zero.
Winter conditions make it difficult to see through your windshield. After you scrape the snow off the outside surface, you may still notice a thin layer of fox or condensation on the inside.
Tiny pebbles, construction debris, and other small rocky items can penetrate the windshield of your car, truck, or SUV. The penetrations, however, are often tiny and do not cause extensive damage to the glass.
Mobile windshield repair is a service that Only 1 Auto Glass offers for car owners that are stranded on-site or would like the convenience of a technician to arrive at their home or business to repair or replace the windshield.
Caring for your windshield starts the moment you pull out of the Only 1 Auto glass service center. Once we repair or replace your windshield, you provide simple maintenance and care that will prolong the life of the glass.
If you have comprehensive insurance coverage in the state of Minnesota, your windshield repair may be fully covered with no deductible. Most insurance companies are willing to pay for the repair to make your car safer to drive and avoid costly claims down the road.
We live in a world of unceasing innovation, and auto glass is no exception. While windshields provide structural integrity and protection for your vehicle, that won’t be all they can do if technology has anything to say about it. Vehicle manufacturers are recognizing the need for more advanced windshields and are taking steps to implement new technology. The modern windshield is set to provide next-level protection while simultaneously enhancing the driver experience.
We all know that winter can be hard on our vehicles; but did you know that your car can really take a beating during the summer, too? Summer temperatures can wreak havoc on your windshield, which is why you should always take steps to protect it from damage.
A real frustration for drivers is leaking windshields. There are several red flags to let you know if yours is leaking. Some things indicative of a leak that you should watch for are: