4 Steps To Take If Your Windshield Is Damaged In A Roadside Prank

If you've watched the news lately, you know that there's been an increase in the number of teens who are throwing rocks and other objects at passing motorists. If you're going to be driving, you need to be aware of the danger, especially when driving under overpasses. If your windshield is struck by flying debris thrown from overpasses, you need to act quickly. Here are four steps you need to take as soon as your windshield is struck. Read More 

The Importance Of Repairing Damaged Vehicle Windows

A common thing that people experience after a hailstorm is broken windows, whether in regards to a house or vehicle. If you are currently dealing with damaged home and vehicle windows from a hailstorm, getting prompt repairs is a good idea. Your main focus should be your vehicle, as driving around with damaged windows can put you at risk for causing an accident. There are actually several concerns that you should have about driving a vehicle that has damaged windows. Read More 

Two Benefits Of Vehicle Window Tinting

If you have a vehicle, you may have never thought about tinting the windows.  You may see it as a fashion statement that you don't wish to make.  However, tinting your windows is about much more than appearances, and you may find that it's actually highly practical and advantageous to darken the tint on your vehicle's windows.  Learning more about the benefits of window tinting can help you see why you should have the procedure done as soon as possible. Read More 

Important Reasons Why You Should Repair Your Windshield Today

Do you have a cracked, pitted, or chipped windshield? Have you been putting off getting it replaced due to the potential costs involved? A damaged windshield is more than just an annoyance when you drive. Depending on local statutes and how much damage there is, driving around with this windshield may be illegal. Fortunately, you may not need to replace your entire windshield. You may be able to simply repair it instead. Read More 

Problems With Your Windshield: When It’s More Than A Nuisance And Illegal To Be Driving Your Vehicle Around

When you get a chip, crack or abrasion on your windshield, this can be more than a nuisance in Missouri. There are a number of regulations that you must follow regarding your windshield in Missouri, from how dark the tint can be to the size or any cracks or nicks that exist. In addition, you can't have anything on your windshield that gets in your visual way, except for the inspection sticker placed in the lower right corner. Read More