A Chipped Windshield Can Cost You More Than a Ticket

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Here is why you shouldn't be driving around with a chipped windshield. 

Windshields are essential for our vehicles as they allow you to see clearly on the road and be aware of any obstacles. For this reason, you must always have them in good condition even if you don't use them often. 

 

It can be possible that at some point, you might have noticed a crack or a chip on your windshield, and you continue driving, ignoring this chipped windshield. On this month's blog, we will explain the reasons why you shouldn't be driving around with a chipped windshield.

 

Crack Expansion over time. 

One of the most common and primary reasons for driving with a cracked windshield is that the crack on your glass will expand more. 

 

Car integrity suffers as a result. 

Your vehicle's windshield not only protects you from dirt or air but is also a vital component for the safety of your car, along with airbags and seatbelts.   

 

Obstruction Vision 

A chipped or cracked windshield will obstruct a clear vision for you while driving, which can cause you to get into a severe accident. 

These are only some of why driving with a chipped windshield is dangerous. If you need help, remember that our expert auto mechanics are here to help you! Do not procrastinate anymore, and make sure you get your windshield in good condition. 

 

Bring your car to Guaranteed Automotive & Transmission Service, and we will make sure that you get your vehicle fixed for you! Our dedicated team of ASE-Certified Auto Technicians combines their decades of experience in the industry to deliver the best service around. Visit our website and schedule an appointment to have your vehicle serviced. And look for us on Facebook!

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