5 Dangerous Myths About Windshield Damage and Replacement

Vintage Van – Chicago, IL – Aaron Auto Glass

While replacing your damaged windshield can cost up to $400, it’s safer to get a new windshield for your car if it’s damaged. Unfortunately, many myths and misconceptions about windshield installation, maintenance, and replacement exist. Such myths can affect the quality of care you give to your car’s windshield. Below are some of these windshield myths that you should know about and ignore.

1. Windshield DIY Kit Is Enough

Windshield repair kits are a big trend in auto care, effective if done correctly. The kits contain scraping tools, suction plungers, epoxy, resin, and curing strips.


Continue Reading5 Dangerous Myths About Windshield Damage and Replacement

Understanding The Different Windows In Your Vehicle

Girl In A Vehicle Window – Chicago, IL – Aaron Auto Glass

Vehicles have come a long way since they were invented. Many of those changes had to do with improving safety. The windows in your vehicle have evolved from regular easy-to-break glass into windows made of laminated glass. Read on to learn more about the windows in your car and why you should keep them in good repair.

The Windshield

The front windshield is an extremely important part of your vehicle, and it’s made from laminated glass. For this reason, in the event of an accident, the windshield provides much of the cabin’s structural integrity. Therefore, if the window is damaged, you are at a higher risk of injury during a car accident.


Continue ReadingUnderstanding The Different Windows In Your Vehicle

Windshield Facts You Need to Know

Windshield Facts – Chicago, IL – Aaron Auto GlassAutomobiles require a lot of maintenance and attention to keep them in safe and working condition. Unfortunately, so many people forget about the importance of the windshield. The windshield isn’t just to help block wind; it actually plays a major role in your vehicle’s support system. To learn more about windshields, check out these facts you need to know.

Tinted Windshields Are Safer (more…)

Continue ReadingWindshield Facts You Need to Know