Not only is driving with a damaged windshield dangerous, but it is actually illegal
Redwood City, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) May 18, 2011
Peninsula Auto Glass, a full-service mobile San Francisco Bay Area windshield repair shop out of San Mateo, is noticing more drivers are calling to repair cracked or damaged windshields after getting a ticket. Driving with an impaired windshield is illegal in the state of California because it threatens the safety of drivers and others on the road. A damaged windshield can obscure or distort the driver’s vision, and its susceptibility to breaking can cause further injury in the result of a crash.
“Not only is driving with a damaged windshield dangerous, but it is actually illegal,” said Ryan Samford, owner of Redwood City windshield repair shop Peninsula Auto Glass. “There is no reason to have a ticket force you into getting a damaged windshield fixed; you should do it no matter what.”
Unlike other Palo Alto windshield repair places, Peninsula Auto Glass is a mobile service, and can travel to customers at their convenience. They serve over 20 Bay Area communities, and are available to do same-day windshield repairs on all makes and models of cars.
They feature a lifetime warranty on their workmanship for every job they do and are proud to stand by their products and workmanship. Peninsula Auto Glass does repairs or replacements right the first time.
For more information about the dangers of a damaged windshield, or for any of Peninsula Auto Glass other offers or services, call them at (650) 646-9043 or view them on the web at http://www.sfpeninsulaautoglass.com.
About Peninsula Auto Glass
Peninsula Auto Glass is a full service mobile San Francisco Bay Area auto glass repair shop that specializes in windshield repair in San Mateo and around the Bay Area. Peninsula Auto Glass serves the city of San Francisco and the Peninsula cities of Half Moon Bay, Palo Alto, Redwood City, San Jose, Mountain View, Atherton, Pacifica, Atherton, Pacifica, Saratoga, Brisbane, Millbrae, La Honda, San Carlos, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Menlo Park, Santa Cruz, Clear Lake and Belmont.