Auto Glass Guru Advises Consumers Regarding Necessary Windshield Replacement Guidelines

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Auto Glass Guru offers consumers general guidelines to ensure that they will know when the time is right for a windshield replacement rather than a windshield repair.

Repair is often a good option, but there are certain times when it just isn't the best choice. It's important to remember that the windshield is a safety device…if the safety of the windshield will be called into question by an attempted repair we always recommend replacement.

Auto Glass Guru offers general guidelines to consumers ensuring that the regularly asked question, "Do I need to replace it or can it be repaired?" has a clear, concise answer.

Your windshield can usually be repaired if:
1.    Rock damage (or other similar external damage) has resulted in a small ding or chip.
2.    If the damage is contained within an area the approximate size of a quarter.
3.    If the damage is not in the direct line of sight for the driver.

Your windshield should probably be replaced if:
1.    There is a chip, ding, or crack directly in the driver's line of sight.
2.    A small ding or chip has been left unattended and has begun to spread or crack.
3.    If the damage is too large (larger than the size of a quarter).

Jace Green of Auto Glass Guru said, "Repair is often a good option, but there are certain times when it just isn't the best choice. It's important to remember that the windshield is a safety device…if the safety of the windshield will be called into question by an attempted repair we always recommend replacement."

For further information on Auto Glass Guru or general information on the auto glass industry get in touch with Jace Green at jace(at)autoglassguru(dot)com or by phone at 1-888-588-7603. Or you can visit Auto Glass Guru online at autoglassguru.com.

Contact:
Jace Green
Auto Glass Guru
http://www.autoglassguru.com
Phone 1-888-588-7603

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