When it comes to mobile auto glass repair, there are certain considerations that must be taken into account when dealing with a vehicle that has an antenna system. Insurers may not cover any damage resulting from an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). That's why it's important to work with a specialist in automotive glass who can replace and repair windshields, rear windows, doors, sides, mirrors and truck sliders. The best quality glass and urethane adhesive should be used to ensure the vehicle can be driven just one hour after the windshield is replaced.
Prices for the repair or replacement will vary depending on the type of glass and whether or not it is equipped with an ADAS system. It's essential to use car glass from the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or the original equipment equivalent (OEE). Additionally, look for a Department of Transportation (DOT) seal on the glass to make sure it meets federal safety standards. Before getting a free quote, check with your car insurance company to see if windshield repair is included in your policy.
There are many DIY windshield chip and crack repair kits available at most auto parts stores and mass market retailers. For those who don't have the time or inclination to do it themselves, Caliber Auto Glass offers mobile glass repair and replacement services.