Frequently Drive Your Car For Work? Consider Window Tinting Services

It is common for an adult to spend an hour or longer in their vehicle each day, commuting to and from work as well as running errands and enjoying recreational activities. It makes sense for a vehicle owner to invest in guaranteeing a positive driving experience on a daily basis. If your job requires you to drive your car frequently -- not just for commuting -- you should consider getting window tinting. [Read More]

Important Benefits Of Auto Glass Replacement

Do you own a vehicle with a crack in the windshield? Are you tired of the damage, but you don't think you can afford to have your windshield replaced? If you don't have the money to cover the cost of the windshield replacement and you don't want to make your insurance rate go up by filing a claim, you may think that you're stuck with a broken windshield. If you live in an area where you can be ticketed for having a damaged windshield, this may be even more worrying for you. [Read More]

Dos And Don'ts Following Automotive Windshield Replacement

Now that your car's new windshield has been installed, follow these "dos" and "don'ts" to protect your investment and prevent damaging the new windshield's glue seal: Do restrict your driving for the first day after your car's new windshield is installed. Driving too fast or over rough roads can damage the glue seal around the windshield and cause it to leak when it rains. Don't drive on the highway for at least six hours post-installation. [Read More]

Your Winshield Keeps You Safe

Your car has several features that are designed to keep you safe. They include things like your seat belts, your air bags, and the way that the frame of your car is designed. Your car's frame has crumple zones that take the energy of the accident so that it is diminished by the time it gets to you. That can help you from getting injured as badly, or at all. But one thing you might not think of as part of your car's safety features is the windshield. [Read More]