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If you get a small ding in your windshield you may be able to have it repaired before it gets worse and has to be replaced.  Think twice about having the guy on the street repair it "for free".  Often times these guys do not have the training to make a proper repair.  When he/she asks for your insurance information, it is because they are going to put a claim on your insurance policy - the repair is not free.  Before you decide to have the repair made you might want to talk to your insurance agent to see if it is worth filing a claim.  If you decide to file the claim, call your insurance company claim office for a recommendation of a certified glass repair place that has the training to make a proper repair.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 06 2011 10:32 AM
Kelly said...
This is great information
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 06 2011 10:36 AM
Jenn said...
This is helpful to know, thanks. Windshield repair is more important than people realize. Even a small ding shouldnt be put off, because it can cause a lot of problems later on. Youll regret not getting it taken care of when it enlarges into a crack and you end up replacing the entire windshield.
MONDAY, MAY 18 2015 5:48 PM
Hayden James said...
Great Article i like it Glass Repairing is very hard working i like it :)
FRIDAY, APRIL 14 2017 7:24 AM

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