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What should I do If I’m Driving & My Windshield Is Shattered?

The first thing you should do if you are driving and your windshield becomes shattered is to get pulled over safely, driving with a shattered windshield is dangerous and may lead to further damage or injury. You should also avoid touching the broken glass because shattered windshields have sharp pieces that can cause serious injury. The best course of action is to leave the replacement to the professionals at Auto Glass Pros. Learn more here:

Commonly Asked Questions About Windshield Repair

If you have a small crack or chip in your windshield, it’s still important to have it repaired as soon as possible. Small cracks and chips can quickly turn into larger cracks and compromise the structural integrity of your windshield, making it more susceptible to shattering in the event of an accident. Contact a reputable auto glass repair shop to have your windshield inspected and repaired if necessary.

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Top Reasons Not To Leave A Cracked Or Chipped Windshield

Most people can relate to having a cracked or chipped windshield at some point. Whether a big rock is kicked up causing damage or you hit a giant pothole in the road, you might be wondering how important it is to repair a cracked or chipped windshield. Below we will outline some of the top reasons not to leave a cracked or chipped windshield untreated, and why it’s best to hire a professional.

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Winter Is Coming…Repair Your Windshield!

Auto Glass Professionals offers the best of cold weather service so that you are prepared for these cold Minnesota winters by using Sika’s MOVE IT urethane.  This all-weather adhesive provides the same one-hour drive away time at temperatures down to zero degrees Fahrenheit.  A lot of other inexpensive adhesives have an 8 hour safe drive…

A Brief History of the Auto Glass Industry

Auto glass did not come standard with original automobiles. During the early 20th century, the first horseless carriages that involved a standard form of auto glass protection wasn’t actually great for protection. The windshield, if struck by an object, could result in the glass shattering and endangering occupants. French chemist Edouard Benedictus incidentally stumbled upon the secret…