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What’s the Difference Between a Windshield Chip vs. Crack

And does it mean I need a windshield repair or replacement?


A typical windshield chip- this one is considered to be a “combination break”.

Minor windshield damage normally comes in two major forms – chips and cracks. A rock chip is generally damage in the windshield that marks the point of impact by debris. This point of impact can be in the form of a star break (short cracks forming outward from the center), bulls-eye (circular), partial bulls-eye (half-moon shape), crack chip (small crack in windshield less than 1 inch), or pit (gouge).

Cracks create a distinct line in the glass that can range from under an inch up to the width of your windshield. They generally run horizontally in a straight or somewhat wavy line. Even long cracks in a windshield are sometimes repairable.

Can Your Chipped or Cracked Auto Glass be Repaired?

Keep in mind, this only applies to windshields, which are made of laminated glass. Most side windows and back windows need full auto glass replacement because they are made with tempered glass which cannot be repaired.

Whether or not your windshield can be repaired depends on three main factors: size, depth, and location. Larger, deeper cracks in the glass that extend to the edges of your windshield are much more likely to need replacement than small shallow chips away from the edges of your windshield. If in doubt about whether your vehicle qualifies for repair, ask a professional.

Below, we’ll look more into these three deciding factors of windshield crack repair or replacement:

Windshield Repair Size

Windshield repair technology is a rapidly advancing industry, so the ability to repair large chips or cracks changes often and can vary depending on the repair company. Generally speaking, repair services for windshield chips smaller than a quarter, and cracks up to three inches long can be easily repaired.

The Repair of Laminated Automotive Glass Standard (ROLAGS) guide, administered by the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA), specifies limits on windshield repair sizes depending on the type of damage (bulls-eye, pit, crack, etc.) with the upper limits of a chip repair being three inches and a crack up to 14 inches. Again, these sizes may vary depending on the damage’s location and the glass technician’s capabilities. For technical specifications, check out the full ROLAGS guide.

Even long cracks in a windshield are sometimes repairable.

Windshield Repair Depth

This is closely related to the size of the damage but in regards to how deep the damage penetrates the windshield. A windshield is considered a glass sandwich– an outer layer of glass, a plastic interlayer, and an inside layer of glass. If the damage is through the outer and inner layer of glass, it is too deep to perform a windshield repair.

Windshield Repair Location

The location of the damage greatly affects the ability to perform a windshield repair. If the damage intersects more than one outer edge of the glass, there is a greater chance that the windshield’s structural integrity has been compromised. Because the windshield is responsible for up to 60% of structural strength in the event of vehicle rollover, it must be replaced properly with a new windshield.

Another place where windshield repair should not be performed is within the driver’s line of sight (the glass covered by the driver’s windshield wiper). Windshield repairs will often cause some amount of distortion which can impair a driver’s view of the road if within their line of sight.

Lastly, damage in the view of sensors such as rain sensors, lane departure warning systems, automatic braking systems, or other automated driver assistance systems (ADAS) related components may not be repairable. These sensors require a crystal clear view and even a near-perfect windshield repair may cause malfunctions.

When to Replace Your Auto Glass

Replace your cracked windshield when the above factors aren’t met. It’s always best to have your auto glass inspected by a professional in person. But as a rule of thumb, you’ll need auto glass replacement if:

  • The glass is tempered glass, not laminated glass
  • The crack is longer than a dollar bill
  • The crack or chip is deep enough that it penetrated more than halfway into the windshield
  • The crack or chip extends to the outside edge of the windshield

Windshield Repair Safety

Above all, safety is paramount. Many consumers believe it’s okay to drive with a crack in their windshield. It’s not— this can pose a safety risk.

In a front-end collision, the windshield provides up to 45% of the structural integrity of the cabin of the vehicle, and in a rollover, up to 60%, according to the Auto Glass Safety Council. It’s important to ensure the structural integrity of your windshield, so have your windshield evaluated by a professional as soon as possible and make any recommended repairs.

Mobile windshield techs use special equipment to perform near-flawless repairs.

How Much Does Windshield Repair Cost?

The cost to repair a chip or crack typically starts at around $50. Costs increase from there, depending on the complexity and size of the damage. Some auto glass repair providers will promote discounts if multiple chips or cracks are fixed at the same time.

Windshield repair technicians will evaluate your windshield before repairing it. If they deem that it is not repairable, your next option is to have your windshield replaced. This may lead you to wonder- How much does windshield replacement cost?

The national average is around $300. This price includes parts and labor for the replacement. However, this cost varies from vehicle to vehicle and will depend on what options your particular vehicle is equipped with. The cost of recalibrating a vehicle equipped with ADAS features will be additional.

Pros and Cons of Windshield Repair vs. Replacement

A benefit to windshield repair over replacement is that Advanced Driver Assistant Systems (ADAS), including sensors such as lane departure warning, don’t typically need recalibration after a repair is completed. This is not the case with full replacements, in which the vehicle typically always requires recalibration afterward. However, you’ll want to check with your windshield repair technician and/or local dealership to verify the requirements of your vehicle.

The above only applies to late-model vehicles equipped with ADAS features. On the flip side, a vehicle that’s a few years older can benefit from having a brand new, crystal-clear windshield installed. This can breathe life back into the vehicle and help you enjoy driving it. After all, the windshield is what you look through every time you drive your car or truck.

Local Windshield Repair and Replacement Near You

What does that mean when that rock, or other debris, hits your windshield and causes damage? It means that when it’s time to fix that chip or crack, you will want to choose a quality auto glass service company that will install the windshield properly. Many even offer lifetime warranties on their work and can work with your auto insurance company for covered claims.

Don’t allow too much time to pass by when damage occurs. Find a reputable company and installer using Book your windshield replacement now to get your vehicle back on the road quickly and safely.

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Daniel Snow

Daniel Snow serves as the Vice President of Operations for and is also a contributing editor. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from George Mason University and has a background in the real estate industry. After high school, Daniel even worked at a family-owned glass shop for a short period of time and is an Auto Glass Safety Council certified installer. In his free time, Daniel enjoys being outdoors, especially around the water where he can be found surfing, fishing, and boating. He has a passion for bringing old vehicles back to life and loves working with his hands to restore cars, boats, and motorcycles. Find out more about Daniel on Linkedin.

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78 Responses

  1. I appreciate that you point out that if the damage is at the outer edge of the glass, then it most likely will need to be repaired. I can see why it would be important to talk with the professional about the location and what they recommend to do. It might be helpful to make a list of pros and cons if you do what they recommend. Perhaps it is more expensive than you want, but it could end up lasting a long time.

  2. Thanks for the kind words Scott! I think you hit the nail on the head. When it’s necessary, windshield replacement is more expensive than windshield repair, but shops are really looking out for the best interest of the customer in what will permanently and safely fix the damage.

  3. It’s interesting to read about some of the different factors that go into whether a windshield can be repaired or replaced. I didn’t know that the size and depth of a crack can determine whether it’s safe to drive with. I’ll have to take the car in to see if it can be repaired or if simply replacing it would be the safest option.

  4. I appreciate the tip you gave, that depending on the chip of crack size, you can have it repaired rather than the entire window replaced. My car just got a chip in the windshield and I’ve heard that the longer you drive with it chipped, the bigger it will get. I’ll be sure to have it repaired before it becomes too big to do so!

    1. I’m glad you found the information useful, Kourtney! Many of our affiliates perform windshield repairs in addition to replacements so feel free to use us a resource when choosing a repair shop.

  5. I like that you mentioned that cracks on the drivers line of sight should be replaced and not repaired. It makes sense that you don’t want any distortion to make seeing more difficult. I have been trying to decide whether to repair or replace my windshield, because it has a pretty big crack. This article should definitely help me make my decision, thanks!

  6. It makes sense that a crack that goes to the edge of the windshield would compromise the strength of it. We have a car that has 2 long cracks along the right side of the front window and we are kind of worried about its ability to protect us now. If the structural integrity has been weakened I think it’s time that we get a windshield replacement.

  7. I like what you mentioned about how if your glass is damaged from one side of the window to the other, it’s probably a good idea for it to be replaced. Thanks for your comment about how it’s not safe to be driving with a crack in your windshield. My father needs to have his windshield replaced, so we are considering auto glass repair services that will be able to provide that service.

  8. I liked that you had mentioned that if the damage is through the outer and inner layer of glass that it’s too deep to perform a repair on the windshield. I was recently driving home from work and the truck in front of me had run over a rock that was then thrown into my front windshield and it has left a large chip that has turned into a crack. Mine might be in the situation where I’ll need to get it repaired because the chip goes pretty deep and I’d rather not have worry about it, I’ll have to start looking for a professional.

  9. I had no idea that the location of the windshield damage could play such a huge role in trying to get it fixed. If the windshield if 60% of vehicles structural strength I should probably get the crack in mine fixed soon. It’s been hard enough to see out of as it is so I don’t want to risk it getting worse. Thanks for sharing!

  10. My windshield has quite a long crack across the width of the windshield. I have to get my safety and emissions done to register my car and I’m worried I won’t pass because of the length of the crack and where it is located. I’m needing to get it replaced but I’m worried about the cost and it just getting cracked again since there is so much road construction going on.

    1. Hi Kourtney, a cracked windshield is an unsafe windshield and should be replaced as soon as possible. Unfortunately, having a crack appear again is a risk that all drives run. One way to possibly help offset the pain of replacement would be to review your insurance policy to see if they provide coverage and perhaps speak with your insurance company about adding this option if it’s not already part of your policy.

  11. I never knew that windshield provided a good portion of the structural integrity in a vehicle during collisions and rollovers. My husband’s windshield is cracked. We should look into getting that fixed soon to be safer.

  12. Thanks for your tips on whether to replace a windshield. I like how you recommended seeing where the damage is located. My wife was driving and had a rock come up and hit her windshield. The crack is starting to reach the edge of the window. It sounds like we will need to look around for a good company.

  13. Thanks for sharing this informative post! I agree that driving around with a crack in your car’s windshield is indeed dangerous. If I had even a tiny crack in my windshield, I’ll make sure to have a professional check it out.

  14. I do agree, safety is paramount. I’ll follow your tips and have my car’s windshield repaired asap. It’s better to be safe than sorry. Thanks for the in-depth list!

    1. Jeremy, good call on getting your windshield replaced ASAP. Don’t forget to use our search tool on the home page to find a local affiliate near you!

  15. Thanks so much for letting us know that a windshield provides up to 60% of the cabin’s structural integrity in a rollover. I recently got a huge crack in my windshield and have been wondering if I should get a replacement or have it repaired. I will definitely have to get a replacement since I know it is so important to the structural integrity of the vehicle if it rolls over.

  16. I broke my windshield today by prying on the edge with a screwdriver. I did this while trying to replace the outer seal. I am so mad I am seeing stars.

  17. For the longest time, my fiance and I have been wondering if we should get a windshield replacement service to come look at our car. We are worried about our safety with the state that it is in. Knowing that this is a good tell for replacement, we will be considering this more closely.

  18. It was quite helpful when you said that repair is not advisable if the crack of the windshield is in the line of sight of the driver because repairing will cause some amount of distortion that will impair the driver’s view of the road. I guess it’s safe to say that if this were the case, then we have no choice but to get the window replaced. The windshield of the car has a crack the size of a penny near the driver’s line of sight. It might be for the best to bring it to an expert and get the glass replaced before I get arrested by the authority. Thanks!

  19. I have probably 3 or 4 pits, gouges, whatever you call them, they look as if the glass has a 1mm bubble where the stones hit, are these significant enough to have repaired via the drilling out/epoxy resin repair? Can these types of pits cause cracks eventually? It gets cold up here and that’s usually when you hear of windows cracking when the defroster is turned on and warming up.. Just curious, thanks!

    1. Thanks for the question Rye! From your description, it sounds like these would be repairable, but your best bet it to have them evaluated in person by a local repair shop (find one here). Small pits/gouges are less likely to turn into cracks than impacts like star breaks, but it’s still possible. You’ll want to get them evaluated and repaired as soon as possible, especially if they affect your line of vision when driving.

  20. Another question, I own a 2016 RAM 1500 pickup, it weighs 5500lbs, now I know RAM was rated very badly for rollover safety on this year of pickups, you say up to 60% of the structural integrity comes from the windshield. Now I know the pickups issue is more than likely a design flaw, but could the poor rating be somewhat due to the OEM windshield that the pickup comes with, if by upgrading from the OEM windshield, could it potentially add some strength? These OEM windows chip if you look at them the wrong way, RAM reaaaaally cheaped out on some of the stock options. (Windshield, tires etc.) I really can’t fathom how a windshield would help protect in a rollover in a vehicle that weighs this much. Especially if it lands on top and stays on the roof of the cab.

    1. Rye,

      You’re correct- your 2016 RAM 1500 received a roof strength rating of “marginal” from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). In comparison, the 2016 Ford F-150 and 2016 Chevy Silverado both received ratings of “Good”. However, rollover resistance and roof strength have always been weaknesses for pickups due to high centers of gravity and heaviness (respectively).

      The IIHS tests roof strength by pressing a metal plate against the roof. The roof must withstand a force of at least 4 times the vehicle’s weight before the roof is crushed 5 inches to receive a “good” rating. For your RAM that’s 22,000 lbs.!

      Many factors could cause a weak roof from the thickness and type of metal used, to the design of the roof itself. The glass certainly plays into this, but it’s impossible to say if that’s the determining factor in this particular case.

      However, there are other important options that should be considered besides just the strength of the roof itself. Is your truck equipped with Electronic Stability Control (ESC)? This can help prevent rollovers altogether. Does it have side curtain airbags? This can help protect passengers in the event of a rollover.

      Thanks for the question and stay safe out there!

  21. My windshield has a crack. My insurance company will waive the deductible if I can have it “safely repaired.” But they said because the crack was “larger than a dollar bill” the windshield would probably need to be replaced which would cost less than my deductible. How can I tell if it can be “safely repaired?” I am not a glass expert.

    1. Hi Ruth,

      Great question! As you can see in the article above, there are many factors that go into determining whether or not a crack can be repaired. The best way to determine whether or not it can be repaired safely is to have it evaluated by a local, reputable windshield repair shop.

  22. I had a stone crack my windshield on Mon., May 7, and the construction company in charge of the road construction said they would replace the windshield, which saved me 629.00. However I had to go to their place of business where I was met by 2 men in a white van, they said it would take 20 min. to repair. They put in a new windshield, the correct one for my Honda Van, but said they did not have to replace the seal around it. They would just place in the glass and that should be okay. My question is, will it be okay or will the window fall out? Yikes dont know what to do. Also I received no papers, guarantee. They have their own crew to do this with their work trucks.

    1. Arnolda, you may wish to check out our other blog titled Top Five Questions to Ask a Glass Replacement Company. These are 5 indicators to help you determine whether or not a replacement company may be reputable. Pay close attention to number 5- if the company that replaced your windshield didn’t mention safe drive-away time, then the likelihood that your windshield was replaced safely, decreases. The fact that you received no paperwork whatsoever is also worrisome. You may wish to have the vehicle inspected by a local and reputable glass replacement company to help put your mind at ease.

  23. I had a chip recently. A star. The damage did not go through to the inner glass. From point to point the star was about 1 inch wide. It occurred on the driver’s side, lower left not in field of vision, about 4 inches away from the left edge about 3 plus inches from the lower edge. Is this likely reparable?

    1. Hi Barry,
      Given your description, it is likely repairable, but an in-person evaluation by a reputable auto glass technician is the only way to know for certain.

  24. I have a couple chips in my windshield and I wasn’t sure if I should replace it or juts get it repaired. I really appreciate this article being to straightforward and informative about windshield care. I had no idea there was so much depth to the glass on a windshield, I like way it’s described as a sandwich.

  25. Really helpful article. We travel the highways on a daily basis in our line of work and we’ve had the misfortune of a cracked windshield. Your information is right in-line with what it takes to get a good and quality repair.

  26. The windshield of my dad’s car was chipped last night when my brother accidentally hit it with his baseball bat while playing. It was explained here that it can be dangerous driving a vehicle with a chipped glass. Moreover, it’s advisable to hire professionals for glass repair.

  27. It sure was easy to understand that the bigger the chips, cracks, or holes there is in the windshield, the more likely it is to need a replacement rather than a repair. Mom said this is especially true if the area affects the vision of the driver. The crack on my car’s windshield is smaller than a penny, and it falls just above my line of sight. Do you think it still warrants a replacement? I am confused. Maybe I should let the pros decide on that one.

  28. I had no idea that the windshield is responsible for 60% of a structural strength in the event of a vehicle rollover. My 16-year-old son has a small rock chip on his jeep. He constantly goes off-roading. I should go talk to him and suggest he goes and gets that fixed for the sake of his safety in a potential accident.

  29. Thank you for mentioning that I need to replace the windshield if the damages extend to the outer structure of the glass because its’ structural integrity has been compromised. I am not planning to drive around with a broken windshield because I know that is a safety hazard, especially if there are kids onboard. It is best if I just take it to the expert and have the auto glass replaced with a new one.

  30. It makes sense that the depth and width of a crack determines if a windshield needs to be replaced or not. Something else I’ve heard is that you should repair chips and cracks as soon as possible, as they can grow and spread. What tips do you have for choosing a great glass technician should I need a new windshield?

    1. Great question, Taylor! does its best to make sure that the affiliate companies listed on our site are quality auto glass replacement providers. For added piece of mind, look for companies that are Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) Registered Member Companies. These companies are independently audited to ensure that they are following certain safety standards.

  31. A small star crack that happened in the spring that has not increased in size suddenly has a very thin but wide crack extending from both sides; this is about 2-3 inches from bottom length of front windshield. The glass replacement company my insurance uses can’t replace it for a couple of days. Is it safe to drive it? I teach at a place that is a 140 RT drive tomorrow; maybe should cancel class until after windshield is replaced the following day?

  32. I love this article. I had my windsheild replaced a few weeks ago and begin questioning rather the damage actually required a completely new windsheild, but this article assured me the company was 100% honest with me. Though the crack was about 5-6 inches, it was located at the driver side bottom section of the windshield right by the edge.

  33. This is some really good information about windshield replacement. That is good to know that it would be smart to take your car to a professional. I would hate to try to repair any cracks on my own.

  34. Ford cars are relatively inexpensive so I guess finding a glass replacement service for a big crack won’t be any trouble for my brother. The crack is located right at the driver’s area so I don’t think that they can simply repair the thing as well. I agree that the main reason why he should replace his glass is that of safety reasons because the crack reduces visibility greatly.

  35. Thanks for pointing out that a professional should check the windshield for you to ensure that the right repair will be done. I will share this information with my best friend since their windshield has a crack when they hit a barricade. From what I know, it happened due to the slippery road when it rained yesterday.

  36. I noticed a small chip in my windshield when I was driving home from work yesterday and I am not sure if I need to get the glass repaired, so I appreciate the information you give in this article. It is good to know that cracks on the edge of the glass are more likely to cause structural problems for the vehicle. The crack on my windshield is on the left edge of the glass, so it is good to know that instead of repairing the glass, I should get it replaced. This way I can have peace of mind that the windshield will have the most structural strength possible in the event of a crash.

  37. Great information! Thank you for sharing, and I will forward some customers to this site if they are having trouble understanding the differences!

  38. A long hairline crack from top to bottom in the middle of my Escalade windshield appeared this morning for no apparent reason while parked in front of the garage. Any idea what might have caused this ?

  39. Can a poor repair be repaired ?
    After repair is still as evident as before half dollar size star burst and horizontal lines …

    1. Hi Linda,

      Typically, repairs cannot be repaired a second time. Some windshield repair techs will attempt them, but usually without any guarantees of workmanship. If a successful repair is not possible, a replacement must be done.

  40. I wish more people would post valuable content like this. This is the first time I’ve been on your website, but after this, I doubt it will be the last time.

  41. Metal hit my windshield while on a highway, about 55 mph. Not knowing what the object was at first, I was startled to see the odd looking result. 2 semis were near by, one in front a safe distance, and another in the middle lane. I made several calls to inquire what to do next: I bought a CareGuard package with this current car that repairs and fixes cracked windshields from roadside debris, etc. When I mentioned this to my service dept, they insisted it needed to be replaced because it was larger than a quarter. So now my paid package would not be of benefit and my insurance would need to be involved. Plus, I have lane departure, etc, so another reason replacement is best. This was good to read and it helped me understamd the importance of safety. The unfortunate part is the CareGuard package is a joke and will be of no help, just more money. Feeling a little misinformed initially, but also learning a good lesson. Unfortunately, it has to be a claim to our insurance and we have to pay a deductible, when we already paid for protection we thought would be useful. Lesson learned.

  42. I think I have a combination crack in the inner right aide of my windshield can I tbh be fixed or so I need to replace it?

    1. Your best option will be to take it to a reputable auto glass shop that does both repairs and replacements. They will be able to evaluate the damage in person and recommend the safest option.

  43. Satelite rep. just told me that it was against the law for him to repair a chip in my windshield because there was more than 5, none large or near the edges, chips in my entire windshield. I can’t find the applicable WA law…5 seems arbitrary, particularly since the location or size aren’t being taken into account. Wondering your opinion?

  44. Recently we looked at a used vehicle to purchase. The vehicle had bullseye damage to the windshield about the size of a quarter. The dealer said the damage had been repaired, but in my opinion this was not evident. In the past I have had numerous repairs done to our windshields which you could not see when they were done. I am diligent about this because I found that even the smallest chip will crack across the windshield during extreme weather changes, such as using the defroster or heater when the car is very cold. My question is; after having a repair done to a windshield can it still be visible if done correctly, or should it be invisible?

    1. Repairs usually reduce the visual presence of damage but it’s near impossible to remove all evidence of damage. Chips and cracks on windshields are similar to snowflakes- easy one is completely unique. Some may fill better than others. The primary purpose of chip repair is to increase structural integrity; cosmetics are secondary. One way to test if a chip has been repaired is to run your fingernail over the damage. If you can feel a rough divot in the center of the damage, then it likely wasn’t repaired. A repair that was performed well should be smooth to the touch.

  45. It’s a very shallow crack. about 6″ the bottom right edge. I bought the strongest super glue and am trying to stop it right there. At least at the edge you can build the glue up.
    IF the crack travels one more inch replace it. For the second time in five year. I thought this replacement was a little short..big gape between it and the body.
    Aftermarket parts are all bad. Once you lose the original anything..its all second rate.

    1. Bob, we agree that a factory install is typically the best. But we encourage you not to use superglue as a temporary fix. A better option is to put clear heavy-duty tape over the crack to keep out dirt and debris until you can get it repaired, if repair is possible.

  46. Nicely written! People often ignore the minor chips on the windshield. Although, you should never ignore it and get a new windshield installation.

  47. Anymore just replacing a windshield can be very expensive. With all the safety sensors and re calibration when replacing a windshield or even a back window with defroster or antennas built into glass. My chip cost $70 to repair a windshield replacement would have been $700. It’s no wonder I see so many driving around with cracked windshields. You don’t realize what’s tied into that windshield in terms of technology until you need it replaced.

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  49. I’m very happy I came across the information you posted. I have 2 cracks in my windshield, both about the size of a dime about 8 inches apart from each other. My insurance company had their glass investigation and said it can be repaired opposed to being replaced. I was concerned about that being that my windshield is the type that needs to be calibrated due to all the safety features. I made a screenshot of the paragraph where you explain that for safety reasons, it’s highly recommended to replace the windshield rather than repair it. I have windshield replacement without a deductible, so I’m not out of pocket on the cost.

  50. A detailed and informative blog that differentiates whether to have the windscreen repaired or replaced. It’s important to assess the windscreen if it really needs to be repaired or replaced. And the best way to know it, is to have it checked by the repairer. Thank you for this informative post.

  51. Thank you for this awesome article! It was super helpful and informative.

    I doubt that the average person is aware of the fact that cracks/chips on the outer edges of the glass will likely always require a repair. This is also why it is so great that there are professionals out there to educate people.

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  53. It’s nice that you pointed out how you should replace your windshield when the crack or chip is deep enough that it penetrated more than halfway into the windshield. I accidentally crashed our car into a tree the other day and it left a pretty deep crack on its windshield. It didn’t seem like the crack could be repaired anymore, so we should probably call for vehicle windshield replacement as soon as possible.

  54. It’s helpful to learn what affects the repair of a damaged windshield. My brother’s windshield got a large crack on the driver’s side, so he needs to fix it quickly before he gets into legal trouble. I believe he wants to get it fixed this week, so I’ll ensure he reads your tips on replacing or preparing a windshield.

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